hatred

英 ['heɪtrɪd] 美 ['hetrɪd]
  • n. 憎恨;怨恨;敌意
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怀着仇恨,将帽(hat)染红(red),时刻提醒自己有不共戴天的血海深仇。
2. hate => hatred.
3. kin => kindred.
hatred 厌恶,憎恨

hate,厌恶,-red,名词后缀,来自PIE*rei,考虑,思考,词源同read,reason,kindred.

hatred (n.)
early 13c., from hate (v.) + rare suffix -red (indicating condition or state), from Old English ræden "state, condition," related to verb rædan "to advise, discuss, rule, read, guess." See read (v.) and compare the second element of kindred and proper names Æþelræd and Alfred.
1. The war sweeps up everyone in hatred and recrimination.
战争让大家充满仇恨并相互指责。

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2. In that moment a surge of hatred flowed through my blood.
那一刻,一股仇恨在我的血液中翻涌。

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3. Her hatred of them would never lead her to murder.
她虽说仇恨他们,但绝不至于去杀人。

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4. Stevens's murder was the result of a deep-seated and intense hatred.
史蒂文斯遭谋杀源于深仇宿怨。

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5. His wife made no secret of her hatred for the formal occasions.
他的妻子公开表示厌恶那些礼节性的场合。

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