humiliating

英 [hjʊ'mɪlɪeɪtɪŋ] 美
  • adj. 丢脸的;羞辱性的
  • v. 使蒙耻(humiliate的ing形式)
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1. It was so humiliating, a terrible blow to my self-esteem.
这件事如此丢脸,深深地挫伤了我的自尊心。

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2. The results of the poll dealt a humiliating rebuff to Mr Jones.
民意调查的结果对琼斯先生很不利,让他颜面尽失。

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3. He had made a humiliating tactical error and he had to go.
他犯了一个让他颜面尽失的战术错误,只得引咎辞职。

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4. The Conservatives have suffered a humiliating defeat.
保守党人遭受到了一次颜面尽失的失败。

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5. The Chancellor was forced into a humiliating climbdown on his economic policies.
财政大臣被迫狼狈地承认他的经济政策存在失误。

来自《权威词典》

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