- adj. 野蛮的；好斗的；残酷的
"a truculent speech against the new government"
- He was seen as truculent, temperamental , too unwilling to tolerate others.
- It was his usual aspect, and a truculent one.
- He was in no truculent state of mind now.
Dr. Inge..an old Evening Standard war-horse, has..some truculent things to say.出自：Spectator
On top of the whiskies, the wine made her truculent.出自： V. Glendinning
Tough and..truculent young men who enjoyed getting into fist fights.出自： M. Meyer