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Hostility

 

 hostility  
[hɔs'tiliti]
n.
敌意, 恶意, 不友善, 敌对, 对抗, 反对

例句与用法:

    1. A strong feeling of displeasure or hostility.
      怒,愤怒一种强烈的不快或敌视的感觉
    2. Affected by or exhibiting envy, prejudice, or hostility.
      不满的带有妒嫉、偏见或有敌意的
    3. Feel, show or express disapproval or hostility towards sb
      对某人感到、表示或表达出不满或有敌意
    4. His word finally foment her hostility.
      他的言词终于引发了她的敌意。
    5. I am afraid we set of on the wrong foot by openly showing our hostility to the proposals; we might have achieved a different approach.
      恐怕我们第一步就走错了,不该公开表我们对那些建议的敌对情绪;假如我们采取另一种方式,可能早已达到目的、将其修好了。
    6. Overt hostility; overt intelligence gathering.
      公然的敌意;公众智慧的结晶
    7. Ted took up a position of hostility.
      特德采取了敌对的态度。
    8. The interview went better than I thought it would. Sometimes I thought I caught a whiff of hostility in her answers but she behaved very reasonably on the whole.
      面谈进行得比我原来想象的要好。有时我意识到她答语中有敌意,但总的看来,她举止极为得体。