disadvantageous

英 [,dɪsædv(ə)n'teɪdʒəs] 美 [,dɪsædvæn'tedʒəs]
  • adj. 不利的;不便的;贬抑的
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disadvantageous (adj.)
c. 1600; see disadvantage (n.) + -ous. Related: Disadvantageously.
1. The deal will not be disadvantageous to your company.
这项交易不会对你公司不利。

来自《权威词典》

2. The Second World War started in the most disadvantageous possible way for the western powers.
二战爆发时西方列强处境极为不利。

来自柯林斯例句

3. What is disadvantageous to John may be advantageous to Henry.
对约翰不利的事情也许对亨利有利.

来自辞典例句

4. The higher alkalization degree, the more disadvantageous crops seed and growth.
碱化度越高, 越不利于作物的出苗和生长.

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5. Extraversion is advantageous to mental health, and neuroticism is disadvantageous to.
外向型性格有利于老年人心理健康, 神经质性格不利于老年人心理健康.

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