horrific

英 [hɒ'rɪfɪk] 美 [hə'rɪfɪk]
  • adj. 可怕的;令人毛骨悚然的
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horrific (adj.)
"causing horror," 1650s, from French horrifique or directly from Latin horrificus "dreadful, exciting terror," literally "making the hair stand on end," from horrere "to bristle, to stand on end" (see horror) + -ficus, from stem of facere "to make, do" (see factitious). Related: Horrifically.
1. The annual slaughter of wildlife in Italy is horrific.
在意大利,每年大量捕杀野生动物的现象令人震惊。

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2. The slaughter was horrific.
屠杀令人震惊。

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3. The film showed the most horrific murder scenes.
那部影片有极恐怖的谋杀场面.

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4. The aid coming in has made no impression on the horrific death rates.
逐渐到达的救援对可怕的死亡率并没有起到什么作用。

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5. Although the offences were horrific it was to her credit that she had owned up.
她的犯罪手段很残忍,但她的供认不讳还是可以认可的。

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