crusader

英 [kruː'seɪdə] 美 [kru'sedɚ]
  • n. 改革者;十字军战士
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crusader (n.)
1743, from crusade + -er (1). Earlier was croisader, from French croisadeur.
1. Aren't you afraid of being seen as a righteous crusader?
你不怕被人看作是一个装腔作势的改革者?

来自柯林斯例句

2. Crusader : Lance - Damage over time effect will now stack with other allies.
Crusader:Lance,持续性伤害的效果将会与队友相加.

来自互联网

3. This will bring you to the section that defines the USA Crusader Tank.
这样你就会找到定义美国十字军坦克(Crusader)的部分.

来自互联网

4. He has set himself up as a crusader for higher press and broadcasting standards.
他自认是一位追求更高的新闻和广播标准的斗士。

来自柯林斯例句

5. Every American soldier coming to Britain was almost certain to consider himself a privileged crusader.
每个美国军人到英国来,大都必然地认为自己是一个光荣的十字军.

来自辞典例句

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