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dreadful

[ˈdredfl] [ˈdrɛdfəl]
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  • 以下这些形容词均包含 "害怕的,怕的" 的意思
    afraid :指由于胆小或怯懦而不敢说或做某事。
    fearful :普通用词,既指外界情况变化而引起的恐惧,又指来自内心的害怕与焦虑。
    awful :指威严得令人害怕或敬畏,有一定的感情色彩。
    dreadful :指使人非常恐惧,毛骨悚然,也使人感到讨厌而退缩。
    frightful :指使人陷入短暂的惊恐或产生毛骨悚然的感觉。
    terrible :侧重指给人以长久的惊骇,极端的恐怖,令人难以忍受。
    horrible :指因骇人听闻的丑恶而令人毛骨悚然,着重厌恶的成分多于害怕。
    terrific :多指外表、形状或力量等的可怕。
    appalling :指既令害怕又使人惊异、胆寒。
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  • ADJ-GRADED
    糟糕透顶的;令人不快的;劣质的
    If you say that something is dreadful, you mean that it is very bad or unpleasant, or very poor in quality.
    例句
    They told us the dreadful news... 他们告诉了我们那糟糕透顶的消息。 My financial situation is dreadful. 我的经济状况一团糟。
  • ADJ
    极严重的
    Dreadful is used to emphasize the degree or extent of something bad.
    例句
    We've made a dreadful mistake... 我们犯了个极大的错误。 I had a dreadful headache. 我头痛欲裂。
  • ADJ-GRADED
    (看上去或感觉到)病得不轻的,极度疲惫的,非常沮丧的
    If someone looks or feels dreadful, they look or feel very ill, tired, or upset.
    例句
    Are you all right? You look dreadful... 你还好吧?你看上去十分疲惫。 I feel absolutely dreadful about what has happened. 我对已发生的一切感到极其失望。
英汉词典释义
  • adj.
    可怕的;令人畏惧的;使人痛苦的
    He told me a dreadful story. 他给我讲了一个可怕的故事。
    (强调糟糕的程度)极其的,极坏的
    I'm afraid it's all a dreadful mistake. 看来全都大错特错了。
    糟糕透顶的;讨厌的;令人不快的
    The play last night was just dreadful. 昨晚的戏真没意思。
英英词典释义
  • Adjective
    1. causing fear or dread or terror;
    "the awful war""an awful risk""dire news""a career or vengeance so direful that London was shocked""the dread presence of the headmaster""polio is no longer the dreaded disease it once was""a dreadful storm""a fearful howling""horrendous explosions shook the city""a terrible curse"
    2. exceptionally bad or displeasing;
    "atrocious taste""abominable workmanship""an awful voice""dreadful manners""a painful performance""terrible handwriting""an unspeakable odor came sweeping into the room"
    3. very unpleasant