rebuke

  常用词汇  
[rɪ'bjuːk]     [rɪ'bjuːk]    
  • v. 指责,斥责
  • n. 指责;谴责
rebuked rebuked rebuking rebukes
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rebuke的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

v. (动词)
  1. 指责,非难,斥责,谴责,责怪,使...受到责备,责斥,训斥,责骂,呵斥,申斥,责难,批评
  2. 使相形见绌
  3. 阻碍,制止,阻止
  4. 惩戒,训诫,对...惩罚
  5. 拒绝
  6. 作为对…的鞭策
n. (名词)
  1. 指责,非难,训斥,谴责,责难,叱责,责问,责备
  2. 鞭策
  3. 惩戒
  4. 责备的话
  5. 抨击
  6. 挫折

双解释义

v. (动词)
  1. vt. 指责,非难 give a short especially official scolding to

英英释义

Noun:
  1. an act or expression of criticism and censure;

    "he had to take the rebuke with a smile on his face"

Verb:
  1. censure severely or angrily;

    "The mother scolded the child for entering a stranger's car"
    "The deputy ragged the Prime Minister"
    "The customer dressed down the waiter for bringing cold soup"

rebuke的用法和样例:

例句

用作动词 (v.)
  1. She was roundly rebuked for what she had done.
    她做出了这种事因而受到严厉的指责。
  2. She rebuked him strongly for his negligence.
    她严厉斥责他的疏忽。
用作名词 (n.)
  1. He received a stern rebuke from his superior.
    他受到上司的严厉斥责。
  2. The teacher delivered a sharp rebuke to the class.
    教师尖刻地指责了全班学生。
  3. As a great movement of history took shape, her dignity was a daily rebuke to the pettiness and cruelty of segregation.
    在伟大的反种族隔离的运动开始形成时期,她的高贵在于每天谴责卑鄙而残酷的种族隔离制度。
  4. It is sometimes thought that Europeans can do little to rein in a petrodollar-fuelled Russia, beyond issuing the occasional mild rebuke.
    人们不时认为,除了偶尔发发温和的谴责之外,欧洲人很难支配石油富足的俄罗斯。

常见句型

用作动词 (v.)
用作及物动词 S+~+ n./pron.
  1. His industry rebukes me.
    他的勤劳使我感到惭愧。

常用短语

用作动词 (v.)
rebuke for (v.+prep.)
    为…而严厉地斥责(某人) scold sb severely because of sth or doing sth wrong
    rebuke sb for sth/v-ing

    She rebuked her lawyer for his authoritarian attitude to her clients.

    她指责她的律师对待委托人的命令式态度。

    The teacher rebuked the boy for throwing paper on the floor.

    老师指责这个男孩将纸头丢在地板上。

    He was rebuked by his teacher for cheating.

    他因考试作弊而受到老师斥责。

    He was rebuked for his neglect of duty.

    他因失职而受到斥责。

    The police were rebuked by the judge for the way they had acted.

    警察的所作所为受到法官的指责。

    That boy will have to be rebuked for his bad behaviour.

    那个男孩必将因坏行为而受到严厉的责备。

词汇搭配

用作动词 (v.)
~+副词 ~+介词

经典引文

  • The uproar..brought a..rebuke from Mr Secretary Cecil.

    出自: W. S. Churchill
  • The Archbishop..offering neither exhortation nor rebuke.

    出自: A. Kenny
  • Instead of comforting her, he coldly rebuked her.

    出自: D. M. Thomas
  • His discretion seemed to rebuke our..curiosity.

    出自: fig.

rebuke的详细讲解:

词语用法

v. (动词)
  1. rebuke的基本意思是对某人做错某事提出批评或责备,强调尖刻严厉。
  2. rebuke只用作及物动词,可接名词、代词作宾语。
  3. rebuke后接介词for表示“因…而严厉斥责”。

词义辨析

v. (动词)
rebuke, accuse, blame, condemn, scold
  • 这组词都含有“骂”“责怪”的意思。其区别是:
  • 1.前四个词均可指“有理由地骂〔责备〕某人”,而scold则不一定有充分的理由。例如:
  • She is always scolding.她总是骂个不停。
  • 2.blame指因出差错而受责备; condemn指某人有不好的行为而受责备; rebuke指因某人有不好的态度而责备; 而accuse多指因粗心、失信或不负责任而受指责,有时也作“控告”“谴责”解。例如:
  • It's all my fault.I'm to blame.这都是我的错,都怪我。
  • I did not condemn him for what he had done.我并没有因他的所作所为而指责他。
  • She rebuked her lawyer for his authoritarian attitude to his clients.她指责她的律师对待委托人的命令式态度。
  • They accused me of carelessness.他们指责我粗心大意。
  • 3.accuse常用于accuse sb of sth结构;而blame常用于blame sb for sth结构。
  • blame,accuse,condemn,scold,denounce,reproach,rebuke
  • 这些动词均含有“责备,非难”之意。
  • blame普通用词,语气较弱,仅是一般的责难、归咎于,不含用语言责骂之意。
  • accuse语气比blame强,本义为归罪,可用作指非难或谴责之义。
  • condemn正式用词,表示谴责,有较强的司法意味,侧重从道义或原则上的谴责。
  • scold普通用词,多指上级对下级、长辈对后辈或雇主对雇员的态度粗暴、言词激烈的数落。
  • denounce与condemn同义,但着重公开性。
  • reproach侧重指因他人粗心、自私等引起不满而去指责、找岔。
  • rebuke多指上级对下级进行的公开、强烈、严正而不宽容的责备。隐含一定权威的意味。
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