名词:insinuator 形容词:insinuative 动词过去式:insinuated 过去分词:insinuated 现在分词:insinuating 第三人称单数:insinuates
1 [Tn, Dn.pr, Tf, Dpr.f] ~ sth (to sb) suggest sth (to sb) unpleasantly and indirectly （向某人）旁敲侧击示意某事物
*What are you insinuating? 你旁敲侧击, 究竟指的是什么?
* Are you insinuating that I am a liar? 你绕来绕去是否暗指我撒谎?
2 [Tn.pr] ~ sth/oneself into sth (fml 文) place sth/oneself smoothly and stealthily into sth 使某事物[自己]悄然潜入某事物中
*insinuate one's body/person into a narrow opening 使自己的身体[自己]小心翼翼地钻入狭窄的孔隙中
* (fig derog 比喻, 贬) insinuate oneself into sb's favour, ie ingratiate oneself with sb 巧妙地逐渐取得某人的宠信.
1500-1600; Language: Latin;Origin:
, past participle of insinuare, from sinuare 'to bend, curve'
to say something which seems to mean something unpleasant without saying it openly, especially suggesting that someone is being dishonest
= implyinsinuate that Are you insinuating that the money was stolen? What are you trying to insinuate?formal
to gradually gain someone's love, trust etc by pretending to be friendly and sincere He managed to insinuate his way into her affections.insinuate yourself into sth He insinuated himself into Mehmet's confidence.formal
to move yourself or a part of body into a place a large cat insinuated itself through the gap
1. One can only gently insinuate something else into its convulsive grasp. 你只能缓和而巧妙地让其他念头进入痉挛性僵持的头脑。
2. One can only gently insinuate something else into its convulsive grasp. 你只能缓和而巧妙地让其他念头进入痉挛性僵持的头脑。
3. One can only gently insinuate something else into its convulsive grasp. 你只能缓和而巧纱地让另一种东西进入痉挛僵持的头脑中。