副词:disparagingly 名词:disparagement 动词过去式:disparaged 过去分词:disparaged 现在分词:disparaging 第三人称单数:disparages
/dɪ'spærɪdʒ; dɪ`spærɪdʒ/ v [Tn] suggest, esp unfairly, that (sb/sth) is of little value or importance 贬低, 轻视（某人[某事物]）（尤指欠公允）
*disparage sb's work, talents, achievements, character, etc 贬低某人的作品、才能、成就、品性等.
[Date: 1200-1300; Language: Old French;Origin: desparagier 'to marry below one's social class', from parage 'rank']
to criticize someone or something in a way that shows you do not think they are very good or important
Matcham's theatres were widely disparaged by architects.
>disparagementn [U and C]
1. Your behaviour will disparage the whole family. 你的行为会损坏全家的名声。