demoniac

英 [dɪ'məʊnɪæk] 美 [dɪ'monɪ,æk]
  • adj. 魔鬼的;着魔的
  • n. 着魔的人
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demoniac (adj.)
c. 1400, "possessed, insane," earlier (late 14c.) as a noun, "one who is possessed," from Late Latin daemoniacus, from Greek daimoniakos "possessed by a demon," from diamon (see demon).
1. The Inquisition of the Medieval Ages devised many demoniac means of torture.
中世纪的宗教法庭创造了许多骇人听闻的酷刑.

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2. This is the apartman, the demoniac dreamer.
这是一个离群索居的人, 被魔鬼迷住的梦想者.

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3. This is the apart man, the demoniac dreamer - Dr Heidegger - doomed for his arrogant isolation.
这里一个离群索居的人, 被魔鬼迷信的梦想者,象海德格医生那样,命里注定要过妄自尊大的孤独生活.

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4. Zhang is demoniac general, to Chen Mou remit 4000 yuan . such, two days in, ms.
张女士如着魔一般, 又向陈某汇出了4000元.

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5. The divine has been described extensively , now hear from Me O Arjuna, of the demoniac.
我们已经详述了神性的品质,阿诸那啊, 现在听我讲讲魔性的品质.

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