hellish

英 ['helɪʃ] 美 ['hɛlɪʃ]
  • adj. 地狱的;凶恶的;令人毛骨悚然的
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hellish 地狱般的,极不愉快的

比喻用法。

hellish (adj.)
1520s, from hell + -ish. Related: Hellishly; hellishness. Earlier in same sense were helli "helly" (late 12c.); hellen "hellish, infernal" (c. 1200), with -en (2); and Old English hellic.
1. I'm sure you will remember from the hellish years of your boyhood.
我相信你一定记得自己梦魇般的童年时代的事情。

来自柯林斯例句

2. It's hellish cold up here in winter.
这里的冬天冷得要命。

来自柯林斯例句

3. The atmosphere in Washington is hellish.
华盛顿的气氛令人憎恶。

来自柯林斯例句

4. It was a hellish thing to do.
做那种事真讨厌极了.

来自《现代英汉综合大词典》

5. Were the roads as hellish as I told you?
路是不是象我告诉你的那么难找?

来自电影对白

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