- 被轻蔑， 遭鄙视
- [U]鄙视，轻蔑 complete lack of respect
- vt. 鄙视 look down on sb or sth
- vt. 不屑于做 be too proud to do sth
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 communication that indicates lack of respect by patronizing the recipient
look down on with disdain;
"He despises the people he has to work for"
"The professor scorns the students who don't catch on immediately"
reject with contempt;
"She spurned his advances"
- Laval brushed this aside with disdain.
- The receptionist looked at me with disdain when I walked into Suffolk College asking to enrol.
- He disdained that man for snobbishness and was unwilling to talk to him.
- He was treated with disdain.
- He curled his lips in disdain.
- Some people disdain labour.
Some schizoid patients..may proclaim their disdain for convention by eccentricity in dress.出自： A. Storr
He wanted all writers to live obscurely in the provinces,..disdain reputation.出自： J. Barnes
- despise 轻视
- scorn 轻蔑
- spurn 轻蔑地拒绝
- contempt 轻视
- disregard 不顾
- condescension 自以为高人一等...
- reject 拒绝
- disparage 蔑视
- derision 嘲笑
- disparagement 轻视
- aloofness 远离
- repudiate 拒绝
- rebuff 断然拒绝
- snobbery 势利
- underestimate 低估
- despite 尽管
- freeze off 疏远
- patronage 赞助
- contemn 侮辱
- turn down 调低
- pooh-pooh 表示轻蔑或不耐烦...