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abject是什么意思

abject

英 ['æbdʒekt] 美 ['æbdʒɛkt]
  • adj. 卑鄙的;可怜的;不幸的

abject

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谐音“俺不嫁给他”,因为他很卑贱、凄惨,嫁给他的话会跟着遭殃,过着一样不幸的、凄惨的生活。

中文词源


abject 悲惨的

前缀ab-, 离开,离弃。词根ject,扔,同project.

英文词源


abject (adj.)
early 15c., "cast off, rejected," from Latin abiectus, past participle of abicere "to throw away, cast off; degrade, humble, lower," from ab- "away, off" (see ab-) + iacere "to throw" (past participle iactus; see jet (v.)). Figurative sense of "downcast, brought low" first attested 1510s. Related: Abjectly; abjectness.

双语例句


1. He looked back at the abject, silent girl and repeated his question.
他转过头看着这个噤若寒蝉的女孩,又重复了一遍他的问题。

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2. This scheme was an abject failure.
这项计划彻底失败了。

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3. Both of them died in abject poverty.
他们两人都于穷困潦倒中死去。

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4. This policy has turned out to be an abject failure.
这一政策最后以惨败而告终.

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5. The thought of working nights fills me with abject horror.
一想到要夜间工作我就觉得惨兮兮的.

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