副词:scornfully 形容词:scornful 名词:scorner 动词过去式:scorned 过去分词:scorned 现在分词:scorning 第三人称单数:scorns
1 [U] ~ (for sth) strong contempt 鄙视; 轻蔑
*be filled with scorn 十分鄙视
* dismiss a suggestion with scorn 对一建议不屑一顾
* He had nothing but scorn for my ideas. 对于我的想法他嗤之以鼻.
2 [sing] the ~ of sb (fml 文) person or thing that is treated with scorn by sb 受某人鄙视的人或事物
*She was the scorn of her classmates. 她常受同学们的鄙视.
3 (idm 习语) laugh sb/sth to scorn =>laugh. pour scorn on sb/sth => pour .
1 [Tn] feel or show scorn for (sb/sth) 鄙视（某人[某事物]）
*As a professional painter, she scorns the efforts of amateurs. 她是专业画家, 看不起业余画家的创作.
2 (a) [Tn] refuse (sth) proudly 傲慢地拒绝（某事物）
*scorn sb's invitation, advice, offer 轻蔑地回绝某人的邀请、劝告、好意.
(b) [Tt, Tg] (fml 文) reject (sth one is too proud to do) 不屑做（某事）
*scorn to ask for help 不屑于求助
* He scorns telling lies. 他鄙夷说谎的行为.
1. We scorn cowards and liars. 我们瞧不起懦夫和骗子。
2. Franz poured scorn on the idea, pointing out that his brother had been killed in action during the war. 弗朗兹对此不屑一顾，指出他兄弟已经在战争中阵亡了。