dismal

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源自盎格魯-諾曼語 dismal,源自古法語lidis mals(“不好的日子”),源自中世紀拉丁語 diēs (日子) mālī (不好的)

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  • IPA(幫助)[ˈdɪzməɫ]
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  • 韻部:-ɪsməl

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dismal比較級 more dismal最高級 most dismal

  1. 灾难性的,惨痛的,糟糕
  2. 不足的,令人失望
    He received a dismal compensation.
    他得到的补偿微不足道。
  3. 忧伤的,忧郁的,悲伤
    The storm made for a dismal weekend
    由于风暴来袭,周末变得很阴郁。
  4. 忧郁的,沉闷的,压抑
    She was lost in dismal thoughts of despair
    她沉浸在阴郁的绝望中。
    • 1913, Joseph C. Lincoln, chapter 12, in Mr. Pratt's Patients:
      So, after a spell, he decided to make the best of it and shoved us into the front parlor. 'Twas a dismal sort of place, with hair wreaths, and wax fruit, and tin lambrekins, and land knows what all. It looked like a tomb and smelt pretty nigh as musty and dead-and-gone.
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