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  1. mockery

    • IPA[ˈmɒkəri]

    美式

    英式

    • n.
      嘲笑;歪曲
    • 名詞複數:mockeries

    • 釋義
    • 同反義
    • 相關詞

    名詞

    • 1. 嘲笑 the trial was a mockery of justice 這次審判是對正義的嘲弄
    • 2. 歪曲 to make a mockery of sth. 歪曲某事
    • 3. 笑柄

    同義詞

    1. teasing and contemptuous language or behaviour directed at a particular person or thing

    2. an absurd misrepresentation or imitation of something

    • mockery的名詞複數
    • ph.
      使成為徒勞; 使某事物顯得荒謬或無價值 His failure made a mockery of the teacher's great efforts to help him. 他的失敗使老師幫助他的一番心血都白費了。 The unfair and hasty decision of the court made a mockery of the trial. 法院匆促做出的不公正裁決使這次審判形同兒戲。
    • ph.
      使成為徒勞 His failure made a mockery of the teacher's great efforts to help him. 他的失敗使老師幫助他的一番心血都白費了。
    • ph.
      使成為徒勞 His failure made a mockery of the teacher's great efforts to help him. 他的失敗使老師幫助他的一番心血都白費了。
    • ph.
      嘲笑某人 He was always held up to mockery. 他老是被人嘲笑。
    • ph.
      嘲笑某人 He was always held up to mockery. 他老是被人嘲笑。
    • ph.
      嘲笑某人 He was always held up to mockery. 他老是被人嘲笑。
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    • KK[ˋmɑkərɪ]
    • DJ[ˋmɔkəri]

    美式

    • n.
      嘲笑;嘲弄[U] Their mockery of John hurt his feeling. 他們對約翰的嘲弄傷害了他的感情。
    • 嘲弄,笑柄,蔑視

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