1、audac- + -ity.
2. 谐音“额得瑟他” --- 我在他面前得瑟 --- 班门弄斧、太岁头上动土。
- audacity (n.)
- mid-15c., from Medieval Latin audacitas "boldness," from Latin audacis genitive of audax (see audacious).
- 1. I was shocked at the audacity and brazenness of the gangsters.
- 2. I, for one, admire his audacity.
- 3. He had the audacity to say I was too fat.
- 4. He had the audacity to ask for an increase in salary.
- 5. He had the audacity to pick pockets in broad daylight.
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