动词过去式:slurred 过去分词:slurred 现在分词:slurring 第三人称单数:slurs
v (-rr-) [Tn]
1 run (sounds, words) into each other so that they are indistinct 含糊不清地发出（声音）或说（话）
*the slurred speech of a drunk 喝醉的人说的含糊不清的话.
2 play (musical notes) so that each one runs smoothly into the next 连奏（音符）. 3harm (sb's reputation) by making (esp untrue) statements诋毁（某人的名誉）
*slurred by accusations of dishonesty 遭诽谤被指责为不诚实.
4 (phr v) slur over sth avoid dealing with an unpleasant fact, a difficult problem, etc 回避令人不快的事、棘手的问题等
*She slurred over the high cost of her plan. 她避而不提她这一计画费用之巨.
1 [C, U] ~ (on sb/sth) statement, accusation, etc that may damage sb's reputation, esp when untrue 诋毁; 诽谤; 中伤
*cast a slur on sb 诽谤某人
* Any suggestion that I accepted bribes would be a monstrous slur. 谁说我受贿就是对我恶意中伤.
* (fml 文) She tried to keep her reputation free from slur. 她极力避免名誉受损.
2 [C] (music 音) the mark ( ) or ( ), used to show that two or more notes are to be sung to one syllable or played smoothly without a break 圆滑线, 连接线（即 或 ）（用以表示把一组音符唱成或奏成一个音节）.
3 [C] slurred sound 含糊不清的声音.
1. Parents are often upset when their children praise the homes of their friends and regard it as a slur on their own cooking, or cleaning, or furniture, and often are foolish enough to let the adolescents see that they are annoyed. 当家长听到孩子赞扬自己朋友的家时，总感到不安，认为孩子在嫌弃自家的饭菜、卫生、或家具，而且愚蠢地让孩子看出自己的烦恼。
2. It´s a slur on his good name. 这是对他好名声的诽谤.