dreaded

英 ['dredɪd] 美 ['drɛdɪd]
  • adj. 令人畏惧的,可怕的
  • v. 惧怕(dread的过去分词)
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1. No one knew how to treat this dreaded disease.
没人知道如何治疗这种可怕的疾病。

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2. This is the type of flood dreaded by cavers.
这正是洞穴探险者害怕的那种洪水。

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3. Inarticulate and rather shy, he had always dreaded speaking in public.
他不善言辞又相当害羞,一直害怕在公共场合讲话。

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4. She's a victim of the dreaded hay fever.
她患上了花粉热这种讨厌的病症。

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5. Politicians began to use the dreaded R-word: recession.
政客们开始使用令人恐惧的R字头词:recession(经济衰退)。

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