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discredit 

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discredit

[dis'kredit]

v.败坏…的名声, 怀疑, 不信
n.丧失名誉, 怀疑,不信任, 丢脸

例句与用法:

His attempt to discredit his opponent boomeranged (on him) when he was charged with libel.

他企图败坏对手名声反而自食其果,被控以诽谤罪。

The police, to their discredit, arrived too late.

警察来得太晚了,真丢人。

Violent fans bring discredit on their teams.

粗野的球迷给他们的球队丢脸。

The government was discredited by the scandal.

政府因这桩丑闻而名声败坏。

词形变化:

动词过去式: discredited | 动词过去分词: discredited | 动词现在分词: discrediting | 动词第三人称单数: discredits |

vt.

1. 使丢脸; 败坏……的名声

She discredited his good name with ugly gossip.

她散布恶毒的流言蜚语, 败坏他的好名声。

2. 使不足信

New information discredited the old report.

新消息证实原来的报导不真实。

3. 不信, 怀疑

There was good reason to discredit the witness.

有充分理由不相信那位证人。

n.

1. 败坏名声的人(或事)[S][(+to)]

His corrupt activities were a discredit to the Senate.

他的腐败行径是参议院的耻辱。

2. 名声的败坏[U]

He brought discredit on the whole family.

他给全家人丢了脸。

3. 信用的丧失; 不信, 怀疑[U]


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