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qualm 

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  • 词形变化
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  • 常见例句

qualm

[kwɔ:m]

n.疑虑, 晕眩, 紧张不安

例句与用法:

Emma herself suffered from no such qualms, for she was certain that Mr. Elton was as much in love with Harriet as Harriet---through Emma's instigation---was with him.

爱玛自己倒是心安理得,因为她确信埃尔顿先生对哈里特十分钟情,而哈里特——在她的鼓动之下——对他也有同样的爱慕之心。

He had/felt no serious qualms about concealing the information from the police.

他向警方隐瞒实情而并未感到十分不妥。

词形变化:

形容词: qualmish | 副词: qualmishly |

n.[C]

1. 疑虑; 担心[P1][(+about)]

I sometimes have qualms about our teaching.

有时我对我们的教学感到忧虑。

2. 内疚, 良心不安[P1][(+about)]

3. 恶心, 晕眩, 不适


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