unaccustomed

英 [ʌnə'kʌstəmd] 美 [,ʌnə'kʌstəmd]
  • adj. 不习惯的;奇怪的
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unaccustomed (adj.)
1520s, "not customary, unfamiliar," from un- (1) "not" + past participle of accustom (v.). Meaning "not accustomed or habituated" (to) is first attested 1610s (see accustomed).
1. It is a part of Britain as yet largely unaccustomed to tourists.
英国的这一块地方还很不为游客所熟悉。

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2. He began to comfort me with such unaccustomed gentleness.
他开始以那种少有的温柔安慰我。

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3. Her feet hurt and her hands were rubbed raw from unaccustomed work.
这种活儿她根本做不习惯,双脚疼痛,双手也蹭破了皮。

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4. His nose had been reddened by unaccustomed exposure to the California sun.
经过加州阳光不同寻常的照射,他的鼻子晒红了。

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5. They were unaccustomed to such military setbacks.
他们还不习惯这样的军事挫败。

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