副词:insultingly 名词:insulter 动词过去式:insulted 过去分词:insulted 现在分词:insulting 第三人称单数:insults
v [Tn] speak or act in a way that hurts or is intended to hurt the feelings or dignity of (sb); be extremely rude to (sb) 侮辱; 辱骂; 侮慢
*I felt most insulted when they made me sit at a little table at the back. 他们让我坐到尽里头的一张小桌旁, 我觉得受到极大侮辱.
1 ~ (to sb/sth) remark or action that insults 侮辱; 辱骂; 侮慢
*She hurled insults at the unfortunate waiter. 她大骂那个倒霉的服务员.
* Don't take it as an insult if I go to sleep during your speech; I'm very tired. 要是你讲着话时我睡着了, 可别以为是不敬, 我太累了.
2 (idm 习语) add insult to injury => add. a calculated insult => calculate. an insult to sb's in`telligence task, explanation, etc that is too easy, foolish, etc to be worthy of sb's attention 对某人智慧的侮辱（指任务、解释等容易得不值某人一顾）.
1. Your remark is an insult to him. 你的评论对他是一种侮辱.