hopeless

英 ['həʊplɪs] 美 ['hopləs]
  • adj. 绝望的;不可救药的
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hopeless (adj.)
1560s, from hope (n.) + -less. Related: Hopelessly; hopelessness.
1. I don't drive and the buses are quite hopeless.
我不开车,公共汽车条件又太糟糕。

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2. His speeches were magnificently written but his delivery was hopeless.
他的发言稿写得非常精彩,但他的演讲风格真是无可救药。

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3. We expected every drawing exercise to show us up as hopeless artists.
我们预计每次素描练习都会令我们看上去像是不成气候的艺术家。

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4. I was fine at sports, but pretty hopeless academically.
我的体育不错,但学习却很差。

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5. Ian was a hopeless innocent where women were concerned.
一涉及女性,伊恩就显得极其无知。

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