动词过去式:vilified 过去分词:vilified 现在分词:vilifying 第三人称单数:vilifies 名词:vilification
v (pt, pp -fied) [Tn] (fml 文) say evil or insulting things about (sb); slander 污蔑, 诋毁, 中伤（某人）; 诽谤
*She was vilified by the press for her controversial views. 因她持有异议, 新闻界对她横加挞伐.
v past tense and past participlevilifiedpresent participlevilifyingthird person singularvilifies [T]
[Date: 1400-1500; Language: Late Latin;Origin: vilificare 'to make less valuable', from Latin vilis ( VILE) + facere 'to make']
formal to say or write bad things about someone or something
vilify sb/sth for (doing) sth
Johnson was vilified in the press for refusing to resign.