disadvantage

  常用词汇  
[ˌdɪsəd'vɑːntɪdʒ]     [ˌdɪsəd'væntɪdʒ]    
  • n. 不利;不利条件;损害;损失
disadvantaged disadvantaged disadvantaging disadvantages
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disadvantage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. 不利,不便
  2. 不利条件,不利因素,不便之处
  3. 障碍
  4. 不利的处境,不利的形势
  5. 麻烦,问题
  6. 缺点,缺陷
  7. 损害,损失,伤害,毁坏
v. (动词)
  1. 使处于不利地位,使不利
  2. 使受损,伤害,损害
  3. 使吃亏
  4. 处于不利

双解释义

n. (名词)
  1. [C][U]不利条件,不利 an unfavourable condition or quality that makes a person or thing less successful or effective than others

英英释义

Noun:
  1. the quality of having an inferior or less favorable position

Verb:
  1. put at a disadvantage; hinder, harm;

    "This rule clearly disadvantages me"

disadvantage的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. The situation put us at a serious disadvantage.
    形势使我们处于非常不利的地位。
  2. If you don't speak good English, you'll be at a big disadvantage when you try to get a job.
    你要是英语讲得不好,找工作时就会处于非常不利的地位。
  3. The system puts the firm at a disadvantage because of its overmuch manpower.
    由于过剩的人力,这一体制使公司处境不利。
  4. My lack of practical experience was a disadvantage.
    我缺少实际经验是个不利条件。
  5. The other candidate's main disadvantage is her age.
    另一候选人的主要不利条件是她的年龄问题.
  6. A transaction between two parties ought not to operate to the disadvantage of a third.
    这句不对,应该是双方进行的交易不得损害第三方利益。
  7. This, it appears, can be a disadvantage.
    这似乎是一种损失。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. His bad health is a great disadvantage to him.
    身体不好对他极为不利。
  2. The machine has two serious disadvantages.
    那台机器有两个严重缺陷。
  3. The work has the disadvantage of being written in tedious style.
    那部作品有冗长乏味之弊。

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经典引文

  • Lewes must have appeared to disadvantage beside this taller, handsomer.., younger banker.

    出自: R. Ellmann
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