ignorance

英 ['ɪgn(ə)r(ə)ns] 美 ['ɪɡnərəns]
  • n. 无知,愚昧;不知,不懂
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【记法】谐音:一个no认识 
【联想】斗大的字一个都不认识,真无知
ignorance 无知

来自ignore,忽视,无知。

ignorance (n.)
c. 1200, from Old French ignorance (12c.), from Latin ignorantia "want of knowledge" (see ignorant).
1. Ignorance of people brings fear, fear of the unknown.
人们的无知会带来恐惧,对未知事物的恐惧。

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2. Her ignorance of the area put her at a decided disadvantage.
她对该地区一无所知,这显然对她不利。

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3. I was alarmed by his naivety and ignorance of international affairs.
他对国际事务缺乏经验且无知,这很让我吃惊。

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4. Tormented by her ignorance, Jenny delves into her mother's past.
珍妮为自己的一无所知而苦恼,开始探究起母亲的过去。

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5. His ignorance appals me.
他的无知让我震惊。

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