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tragedy 

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tragedy

['trædʒidi]

n.悲剧, 灾难, 惨事

例句与用法:

The tragedy is all over now.

悲剧结束了。

Tragedy is in store for that poor girl from the beginning.

从一开始,那个女孩的悲剧就是不可避免的。

This recent tragedy has put the manufacturersof the drug squarely in the dock.

新近发生的这一悲惨事件使药品厂商受到指控。

It began as a jest and ended as a tragedy.

事情以玩笑开始,以悲剧告终。

It was not long before tragedy struck again.

没多久,灾难又再次降临。

Shakespeare's Hamlet is a very famous tragedy.

莎士比亚的《哈姆雷特》是一部十分著名的悲剧。

It was a tragedy that she died so young.

她这么年轻就去世,真是太不幸了。

词形变化:

名词复数: tragedies |

n.

1. 悲剧体裁[U]

Tragedy is a type of literature that involves death, suffering or disaster.

悲剧作品是文学的一种, 内容常涉及死亡, 不幸和灾难。

2. (一出)悲剧[C]

Shakespeare's Hamlet is one of the best known tragedies.

莎士比亚的《哈姆雷特》是最有名的悲剧之一。

3. 悲剧性事件; 惨案; 灾难[C][U]

The traffic accident is really a tragedy.

这次车祸真是个悲剧。

4. 悲剧因素[U]


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