- v. 责骂；训斥
- n. 斥责；爱责骂的人
- vt. & vi. 责骂; 斥责 speak angrily and complainingly
someone (especially a woman) who annoys people by constantly finding fault
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"
show one's unhappiness or critical attitude;
"He scolded about anything that he thought was wrong"
"We grumbled about the increased work load"
- Don't scold the child without reason.
- You shouldn't scold him on the slightest pretence.
- I hate to scold, but you mustn't scatter your things all over the place.
- The disobedient son went out of his way to scold his parents.
- His father gave him a bad scold this morning.
- Mother's scold stabbed her to the heart.
- Don't scold.
- Her tongue was incessantly scolding.
- Who knows why he was scolding?
- If I walk in with muddy boots,Dad always scolds.
- When they scolded him, he would answer back.
- The woman is always scolding the children in our neighbourhood.
- Why did you scold him?
- The child was scolded by his mother.
- The teacher scolded a naughty boy away.
- scold for (v.+prep.)
责骂 blame for
scold sb/sth for sth/v-ing
It's no use scolding the child for his behavior without showing him a good example.
We scolded him for his laziness.
I could hear mother scolding the dog for bringing mud into the house.
The boy was scolded by his mother for breaking the looking glass.
- scold a child 责骂孩子
- scold one's son 责骂儿子
- scold the teacher 骂老师
- scold the weather 责骂天气
- scold their tools 抱怨他们的工具
- scold completely 彻底地责怪
- scold deservedly 理所当然地责怪
- scold falsely 诬告
- scold harshly 怒斥
- scold hastily 草率地责怪
- scold highly 备受指责
- scold indignantly 愤慨地指责
- scold maddeningly 大声地责骂
- scold monotonously 无聊地抱怨
- scold morally 从道义上责备
- scold publicly 公开指控
- scold specifically 明确地责备
- scold sternly 顽固地指责
- scold unfairly 不公平地责备
- scold unjustly 不公正地指责
- scold unthinkingly 不假思索地责怪
- scold wildly 强烈地指责
I know she is an irksome brawling scold.出自：Taming of Shrew , Shakespeare
I scolded heartily at him.出自： Defoe
- scold, accuse, blame, condemn, rebuke
- 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。
- scold, berate, revile, upbraid, vituperate
- He berates George for the failure of the talks.他为谈判失败而轻蔑地责骂乔治。
- They reviled his brother as Tom's accomplice.他们故意诽谤他的弟弟是汤姆的帮凶。
- She upbraided them for having broken their words.她指责他们没有遵守诺言。
- The report vituperated the government for shirking its responsibilities.报告强烈指责政府推卸责任。
误 Dad scolded me that I came home late.
正 Dad scolded me for coming home late.
析 scold不能接双宾语,表示“因…而责骂某人”时可用scold sb for sth/ v -ing结构。
- ☆ 12世纪中期进入英语，直接源自古斯堪的那维亚语的skald，意为诗人。
- scolder n. 责骂者‖scolding n. 责骂；申斥