heckler

['hɛklɚ]
  • n. 激烈质问者
  • n. (Heckler)人名;(英)赫克勒;(法)埃克莱;(德)黑克勒
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heckler (n.)
agent noun from heckle (v.); mid-15c., from late 13c., as a surname (Will. le Hekelere). Modern sense of "one from the audience who taunts a public speaker" is from 1885. Fem. form hekelstere is attested from c. 1500.
1. The heckler was ejected from the meeting.
那个专找茬儿的捣蛋分子被逐出会场.

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2. As he began his speech, a heckler called out asking for his opinion on gun control.
他刚开始演讲,一名起哄者就大声地质问他对枪械管制的看法。

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3. The heckler was ejected from the auditorium for creating a disturbance.
起哄捣蛋分子因制造骚乱被赶出礼堂.

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4. Jessie: Is a heckler a stalker?
杰西: 诘难者和自命不凡者是一回事 吗 ?

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5. The heckler refused to be put down.
诘问者不让人家制止他讲话.

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