名词:criticizer 动词过去式:criticized 过去分词:criticized 现在分词:criticizing 第三人称单数:criticizes 形容词:criticizable
1 [I, Tn, Tn.pr, Tsg] ~ sb/sth (for sth) point out the faults of sb/sth 批评某人[某事物]; 挑剔; 非难
*Stop criticizing (my work)! 别再挑剔（我那作品）了!
* He was criticized by the committee for failing to report the accident. 他由于未对事故进行汇报而受到委员会的批评.
* He criticized my taking risks. 他批评了我的冒险举动.
2 [Tn] form and express a judgement on (a work of art, literature, etc) 评论（艺术、文学等作品）
*teaching students how to criticize poetry 向学生讲授评论诗歌的方法.
v [I and T]
to express your disapproval of someone or something, or to talk about their faults
≠ praise Ron does nothing but criticize and complain all the time.be strongly/sharply/heavily criticized The decision has been strongly criticized by teachers. The new law has been widely criticized .criticize sb/sth for (doing) sth He has been criticized for incompetence. Doctors have criticized the government for failing to invest enough in the health service.criticize sb/sth as sth The report has been criticized as inaccurate and incomplete. [T]formal
to express judgments about the good and bad qualities of something We look at each other's work and criticize it.
WORD FOCUS: criticize
to criticize someone or something very strongly: attack, lay into, tear somebody/something to shreds, pillory, pan
to criticize someone unfairly: put somebody down, slag somebody off(BrE informal), talk about somebody behind their back, bitch about(informal)
to criticize small details: pick holes
1. I did not criticize her acting, inasmuch as I really did not feel competent. 我没有去评论她的演技, 因为我确实觉得自己在这方面并不在行。