hypocritical

英 [,hɪpə'krɪtɪkl] 美 [,hɪpə'krɪtɪkl]
  • adj. 虚伪的;伪善的
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hypocritical (adj.)
1540s (implied in hypocritically), from hypocritic, which was used in the same sense, + -al (1). Middle English used simple hypocrite as the adjective (c. 1400) as well as the noun.
1. The Heidlers are an unpleasantly hypocritical pair.
海德勒夫妇很虚伪,很让人讨厌。

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2. Britain's laws on homosexuality are hypocritical humbug.
英国的同性恋法律都是虚伪的空话连篇。

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3. It's hypocritical to say one thing and do another.
言行不符就是伪善.

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4. It would be hypocritical to say I travel at 70mph simply because that is the law.
如果因为法律规定的时速是70英里我就说自己的车速是这么高,那就是虚伪了。

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5. I would just like to say that this is the most hypocritical thing I have ever heard in my life.
我只想说这是我这辈子听说过的最虚伪的事情。

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