disastrous

英 [dɪ'zɑːstrəs] 美 [dɪ'zæstrəs]
  • adj. 灾难性的;损失惨重的;悲伤的
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disastrous (adj.)
1580s, "ill-starred," from French désastreux (16c.), from désastre (see disaster) or from Italian desastroso. Meaning "calamitous" is from c. 1600. Related: Disastrously.
1. The first four years of government were completely disastrous.
政府前4年的执政彻底失败。

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2. The effect on coffee prices has been disastrous for the producers.
对咖啡价格的影响对生产商而言是灾难性的。

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3. Obree summed his weekend up in one word: "Disastrous."
奥布瑞用一个词总结了他的周末经历:“灾难。”

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4. He invoked memories of Britain's near-disastrous disarmament in the 1930s.
他援引了英国20世纪30年代几近灾难性的裁军事件。

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5. He believed that the policies were both wrong and electorally disastrous.
他认为这些政策是错误的,而且对选举会产生灾难性后果。

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