hooligan

英 ['huːlɪg(ə)n] 美 ['hulɪɡən]
  • n. 阿飞;小流氓
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hooligan 流氓,阿飞

可能来自Hooligan,19世纪末卡通漫画中描述的爱尔兰黑帮家族,后来成为了流氓,阿飞的代名词。

hooligan (n.)
1890s, of unknown origin, first found in British newspaper police-court reports in the summer of 1898, almost certainly from the variant form of the Irish surname Houlihan, which figured as a characteristic comic Irish name in music hall songs and newspapers of the 1880s and '90s.
As an "inventor" and adapter to general purposes of the tools used by navvies and hodmen, "Hooligan" is an Irish character who occupies week by week the front of a comic literary journal called Nuggets, one of the series of papers published by Mr. James Henderson at Red Lion House. Previous to publication in London, "Hooligan" appears, I believe, in New York in a comic weekly, and in London he is set off against "Schneider," a German, whose contrainventions and adaptations appear in the Garland (a very similar paper to Nuggets), which also comes from Mr. Henderson's office. "Hooligan" and "Schneider" have been running, I should think, for four or five years. ["Notes and Queries," Oct. 15, 1898]
Internationalized 20c. in communist rhetoric as Russian khuligan, opprobrium for "scofflaws, political dissenters, etc."
1. Bully! Hooligan! Beast! Let me go, let go!
混蛋!流氓!王八蛋!放开我,放开!

来自柯林斯例句

2. The hooligan ended up dead in a car accident.
那个恶棍最后在一次车祸中丧命.

来自《简明英汉词典》

3. The severe punishment was meted out to the unruly hooligan.
对那个嚣张的流氓已给予严厉惩处.

来自《现代汉英综合大词典》

4. He struck the hooligan down with his fist.
他挥拳把那个流氓打倒.

来自《简明英汉词典》

5. I am a football supporter and I have to often explain that I'm not one of the hooligan sort because we'll all get tarred with the same brush when there's trouble.
我是足球迷,经常要解释我不是那种足球流氓,因为一旦出事,我们就会被当成是一路货色。

来自柯林斯例句

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