haunted

英 ['hɔːntɪd] 美 ['hɔntɪd]
  • adj. 闹鬼的;反复出现的;受到困扰的
  • v. 常去;缠住;使担忧(haunt的过去式和过去分词)
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haunted 闹鬼的

来自haunt,鬼魂出没。

haunted (adj.)
early 14c., "accustomed;" 1570s, "much-frequented;" past participle adjective from haunt (v.). Meaning "visited by ghosts" is from 1711; haunted house attested by 1733.
1. His parents' obsession with keeping up appearances haunted his childhood.
父母过于爱面子的做法在他儿时一直困扰着他。

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2. The forest was dark and silent, haunted by shadows and unseen presences.
这个森林黑暗寂静,经常有幽灵和看不见的鬼怪出没。

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3. The village is haunted by the ghosts of the dead children.
死去的孩子们的幽灵常在该村出没。

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4. The insanity which ran in his family haunted him.
家族遗传的精神错乱困扰着他。

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5. She looked so haunted, I almost didn't recognize her.
她愁容满面,我差点儿没认出她来。

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