antagonism

  扩展词汇  
[æn'tæɡənɪzəm]     [æn'tæɡənɪzəm]    
  • n. 对抗;对立;敌对状态(行为)
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antagonism的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n. (名词)
  1. 对立
  2. 敌对
  3. 对抗
  4. 敌意
  5. 对抗性
  6. 对抗力量
  7. 对立原则
  8. 相克作用
  9. 对抗(作用)
  10. 仇恨
  11. 敌对情绪
  12. 矛盾
  13. 对抗效应
  14. 反对
  15. 反感
  16. 对立情绪
  17. 对抗情绪
  18. 敌视

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [U][C]对立情绪; 对抗情绪; 敌对; 敌意 active opposition or hatred, especially between people or groups

英英释义

Noun:
  1. a state of deep-seated ill-will

  2. the relation between opposing principles or forces or factors;

    "the inherent antagonism of capitalism and socialism"

  3. an actively expressed feeling of dislike and hostility

  4. (biochemistry) interference in or inhibition of the physiological action of a chemical substance by another having a similar structure

antagonism的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. It may be regarded as an example of antagonism.
    这可看作是对抗效应。
  2. They tolerated their new neighbors, there was no antagonism.
    他们对他们的新邻居很容忍,所以没有产生任何对抗状态。
  3. You could sense the antagonism between them.
    你能觉察出他们之间有对立情绪。
  4. Let us examine both sides of this antagonism.
    让我们来看看这种对立的两个方面吧。
  5. President Obama has urged the Russian people to join Americans in burying the antagonism of the Cold War.
    奥巴马总统呼吁俄罗斯民众加入美国人民的行列,忘记冷战时期的敌对状态。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. The antagonism grows up.
    对抗逐渐形成。
  2. He openly showed his antagonism against his rivals.
    他毫不掩饰对竞争者的敌意。
  3. His speech did not arouse any particular antagonism on the part of the press.
    他的演讲没有引起新闻界的特别反感。
  4. I feel a strong antagonism for him.
    我对他非常反感。
  5. It was difficult to explain their antagonism towards strangers.
    很难解释他们对陌生人的敌意。
  6. John was brought chronic antagonism with George.
    约翰和乔治不时地发生冲突。
  7. Mark felt great antagonism towards his rival.
    马克痛恨他的对手。
  8. People feel a strong antagonism to〔towards〕 anyone seen as threat to their livelihood.
    人们对凡是被视为危及他们生存的人总是怀有强烈的戒备心理。
  9. She felt strong antagonism toward her stepmother.
    她对后母抱着强烈敌意。
  10. The European Union has certainly helped to reduce the historic antagonisms between the countries of western Europe.
    欧洲联盟无疑帮助西欧各国缓解了它们之间长久的龃龉。
  11. The unfairness of the will caused antagonism between the two brothers.
    这份不公平的遗嘱使两个兄弟间产生了敌意。
  12. Her plan to become an actress met with the antagonism of her family.
    她想当演员,但遭到家里人的极力反对。
  13. There's a worrying degree of antagonism towards neighboring states.
    对邻国的敌意已达到令人担忧的程度。
  14. The underlying antagonism between the two men doesn't exactly encourage party.
    这两个人之间潜在的敌意是不利于党内团结的。
~+(that-)clause
  1. The antagonism he felt towards his old enemy was still very strong.
    他对夙敌的仇恨仍然十分强烈。

词汇搭配

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经典引文

  • The Government had not placed itself in antagonism to them.

    出自: R. Cobden
  • In their whole tense attitudes is clearly revealed the bitter antagonism between them.

    出自: E. O
  • The antagonism we felt for the audience.

    出自: A. Lurie
  • The general strike seems to have produced a lessening of class antagonism.

    出自: A. J. P. Taylor

antagonism的详细讲解:

词语用法

n. (名词)
  1. antagonism是书面用语,基本意思是“对立情绪; 对抗情绪; 敌对; 敌意”,强调因气质上的冲突而迅速产生敌意或激发起反抗的精神。antagonism所表示的“对抗情绪”可以是公开的,也可以是未公开的。
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