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take exception

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take exception (第三人稱單數簡單現在時 takes exception,現在分詞 taking exception,過去式 took exception,過去分詞 taken exception)

  1. (及物带 to) 对...感到不快反感,受到...的冒犯反对
    I think he took exception to the joke about environmentalists.
    我觉得那个开环保主义者玩笑的笑话冒犯到他了。
    I take exception to the assumption that simply because I am young I am not able to discern fact from fiction.
    觉得只是因为我年轻我就没办法区分现实和虚构的成见让我感到不快。
    • 1898 July 20, Percival A. Nairne, letter, published in the Lancet of 1898 December 10, page 1575:
      I am sorry to learn that the senior medical staff of the Dreadnought Hospital take exception to portions of Sir Henry Burdett's letter [] which was published in the Times of July 11th.
    • 1984, Jean S. McGill, Edmund Morris, Frontier Artist[1], Dundurn Press, →ISBN,頁號 165:
      [] the body of a deceased Indian, wrapped in a blanket and reposing on the limbs of an old tree in the sandhills. Horatio Walker, then President of the Club and generally so sympathetic with artists, seemingly took exception to it, and Morris felt the silent criticism []
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    • 1989, “Asia Yearbook”, 出自 Far Eastern Economic Review[2],頁號 167:
      Upset, about 20 Kuala Lumpur-based judges met on 25 March and decided that Salleh should write to the king explaining their position. The king apparently took exception to the letter or to the manner in which it was sent []
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