- 【律】藐视（Contempt of court）
- [U]轻视,轻蔑 despite; disdain; disgrace
lack of respect accompanied by a feeling of intense dislike;
"he was held in contempt"
"the despite in which outsiders were held is legendary"
a manner that is generally disrespectful and contemptuous
open disrespect for a person or thing
a willful disobedience to or disrespect for the authority of a court or legislative body
- Her gesture was indicative of contempt.
- Such behaviour is beneath contempt.
- They showed nothing but contempt for him.
- Her behavior underlined her contempt for him.
- They would often look at us with unmistakable contempt.
- Her contempt for foreigners was obvious.
- bring into contempt
使丢尽面子 make sb lose his face
bring sb into contempt
Such behavior will bring you into contempt.
- hold〔have〕 in contempt
hold〔have〕 sb in contempt
I hold those fools in utter contempt.
- in contempt of
对…不屑一顾 disregarding anything
- contempt of court 蔑视法庭
- in contempt of 不顾
- fall into contempt 被人看不起,丢脸...
- bring into contempt 使受人鄙视
- hold in contempt 轻视
- have in contempt 轻视
- Familiarity breeds contempt. 熟悉了就会觉得很平常...
- self-contempt 自我轻视
- hold someone in contempt 鄙视某人,看不起某人...
- beneath contempt 卑鄙之极, 不值一理...
- have someone in contempt 鄙视某人,看不起某人...
- bring contempt upon oneself 自取其辱,自讨没趣...
A true woman's contempt for consistency.出自： P. G. Wodehouse
She said it dismissively and with contempt.出自： C. P. Snow