- v. 慷慨激昂地劝说；做长篇演说
- n. 长篇激烈演说
a loud bombastic declamation expressed with strong emotion
deliver a harangue to; address forcefully
- He walked to the front of the stage and began to harangue the audience.
- He plans to harangue his fellow students and persuade them to walk out of the classroom.
- The harangue is very serious.
- We had to listen to a long harangue about nothing.
- The minister of propaganda delivered his usual harangue.
The volumes read like a lifelong harangue from Speaker's Corner in Hyde Park.出自： T. Mallon
There is no subject, which men in general like better to harangue on than politics.出自： Coleridge
Madame Charlot harangues the cook, in an unbroken monologue that lasts five minutes.出自： P. Lively