名词:detractor 动词过去式:detracted 过去分词:detracted 现在分词:detracting 第三人称单数:detracts
v [Ipr] ~ from sth make sth seem less valuable or important 减损某事物的价值或重要性; 贬低
*detract from the merit, value, worth, excellence, etc of sth 有损于某事物的好处、重要性、价值、优点等
* criticism that detracts from her achievements 贬低她成就的批评
* This unpleasant incident detracted from our enjoyment of the evening. 这件不愉快的事情使我们当晚兴致大减.
detract from [detract from sth] phr v
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Latin;Origin: detractus, past participle of detrahere 'to take away']
to make something seem less good
One mistake is not going to detract from your achievement.
1. This will detract from his reputation. 这件事有损他的名誉。