criticism

英 ['krɪtɪsɪz(ə)m] 美 ['krɪtə'sɪzəm]
  • n. 批评;考证;苛求
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criticism 批评

词源同criterion, 标准。即使其达到标准的,批评使其改正的。

criticism (n.)
c. 1600, "action of criticizing," from critic + -ism. Meaning "art of estimating literary worth" is from 1670s.
1. The functionalist model of industrial society was subjected to conceptual criticism.
工业社会的实用主义模型在概念上遭到了批判。

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2. Her literary criticism focuses on the way great literature suggests ideas.
她的文学批评集中关注的是伟大的文学作品表达思想的方式。

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3. Listen to criticism but don't be crushed by it.
听取批评意见,但不要被它击垮。

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4. This was the most biting criticism made against her.
这是对她最尖锐的批评。

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5. They are not entirely happy with his criticism of the president.
他对总统的批评并没有让他们特别高兴。

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