- vt. 惩罚；粗暴对待
- vi. 处罚
- vt. 罚,处罚,惩罚 hurt, imprison, fine, etc. sb for wrongdoing
- vt. 粗暴地对待,痛打 treat sb roughly, especially by giving hard blows
impose a penalty on; inflict punishment on;
"The students were penalized for showing up late for class"
"we had to punish the dog for soiling the floor again"
- The teacher blazoned she would punish the bad student.
- Their teacher punished them for their rudeness.
- Dangerous driving should be severely punished.
- The teacher warned them that she would punish anyone who stepped out of line.
- She was always reluctant to punish her opponent.
- I have a mind to punish you for stealing a cookie.
- We wonder whom the teacher is going to punish.
- We must firmly expose and punish embezzlers and grafters, speculators and lawbreakers.
- It wasn't your fault; stop punishing yourself!
- He punished his opponent with fierce punches to the body.
- Chapman punished the bowling.
- The old man punished the cold beef.
- He punished my champagne.
- He got off with a warning that he would be severely punished if he did it again.
- punish as (v.+prep.)
作为…来惩罚 imprison sb/sth as sth
punish sb/sth as sb
They punished the idler as criminals.
- punish for (v.+prep.)
为…惩罚… give (sb or an animal) a punishment because of sth or doing sth
punish sb/sth for sth/v-ing
He punished the children for their carelessness by making them pay for the damage.
Their mother punished them for their rudeness.
You can't punish me for something I didn't do.
He punished his son for lying.
The dog will have to be punished for biting the postman.
The boy was punished for being late.
Motorists should be severely punished for dangerous driving.
He's sorry for what he did and he's been punished for it.
- punish with〔by〕 (v.+prep.)
以…处罚… give sb a punishment consisting of sth
punish sb with/by sth/v-ing
They punished him with death.
The mother punished her child by not allowing him to go out.
The soldiers severely punished the enemy by machine guns.
Any sailor who disobeys will be punished with six strokes of the whip.
The schoolboys are generally punished with some loss of their free time.
Serious crime must be punished by longer terms of imprisonment.
Any attempt to escape would be punished not only by death but by torture as well.
- punish an offence 惩治犯罪
- punish an opponent 痛击对手
- punish beef 猛吃牛肉
- punish a child 惩罚孩子
- punish criminal 惩罚罪犯
- punish dangerous driving 制裁违章驾驶
- punish embezzler 惩处贪污者
- punish enemy 猛击敌人
- punish grafter 惩处盗窃者
- punish insurrections 打击暴力
- punish lawbreaker 惩罚违法乱纪者
- punish son 惩罚儿子
- punish speculator 惩罚投机倒把分子
- punish students 惩罚学生
- punish the football player 制裁足球运动员
- punish the thief 惩罚小偷
- punish atrociously 凶暴地惩罚
- punish barbarously 野蛮地对待
- punish cruelly 无情地惩罚,残酷地惩罚
- punish harshly 严惩
- punish heavily 严厉惩罚
- punish ignominiously 不光彩地惩罚
- punish indiscriminately 不加区别地惩罚
- punish justly 正当地处罚
- punish lightly 轻微地惩罚
- punish mildly 轻微地惩罚
- punish nominally 有名无实地制裁
- punish officially 官方制裁
- punish pitilessly 无情地打击
- punish really 切实地打击
- punish sadly 惨痛地打击
- punish severely 严惩
- punish sparingly 轻微地处分
- punish summarily 立即惩处
- punish vindictively 报复性制裁
'Tis against the Law of Nature, To punish the Innocent.出自： Hobbes
We do not believe that God can create people only to punish them eternally.出自： S. Biko
- punish, correct
- 前者侧重“惩罚”; 后者意为“惩戒”,使受罚者改过自新。
误 He was punished with speeding.
正 He was punished for speeding.
析 表示“因…受罚”用punish for,而punish with表示“用…来惩罚”。
- ☆ 直接源自古法语的puniss-；最初源自拉丁语的punire，意为惩罚。
- punishable adj. 可依法惩罚的，应惩处的确 ‖punishing adj. 十分吃力的；使人筋疲力尽的；严厉的