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*brazen

adjective

  1. used to describe a person or the actions of a person who is not
    embarrassed about behaving in a wrong or immoral way

  卑鄙下作的:

  her brazen admission that she was cheating on him

  她无耻之尤地认同自己对他不忠

  1. [literary] having a shiny yellow colour

  黄铜色的,金黄色的

brazen²

verb

PHRASAL VERBS

brazen sth out

to deal with a situation that is difficult or embarrassing for you by
appearing to be confident rather than ashamed

硬着头皮,厚着脸皮〔应对困难或窘迫的境地〕:

She knew she could either admit the truth or brazen it out.

他心底亮堂,她照旧认同事实,要么厚着脸皮撑到底。

*wanton

adjective

  1. deliberately harming someone or damaging something for no reason

  恣意的,恶意的:

  an act of wanton aggression

  妄自尊大的入侵行为

  a wanton disregard for life

  对生命的无端漠视

  1. [old-fashioned] a wanton woman is considered immoral because she
    has sex with a lot of men

 〔妇女〕淫荡的

  1. [formal] uncontrolled

  不受拘束的,无节制的:

  wanton growth

  无节制的发育

—wantonly adv.

—wantonness noun [U]

*riot

noun

  1. [C] a situation in which a large crowd of people are behaving in a
    violent and uncontrolled way, especially when they are protesting about
    something

  骚乱,暴乱,暴动:

  urban riots

  城市暴动

  prison riots

  监狱暴乱

  His murder triggered vicious race riots (=caused by a problem between
different races) .

  他的被杀引发了深重的种族骚乱。

  police wearing riot gear (=the special clothing and equipment worn by
police officers during a riot)

  身着防暴衣服、带防暴装备的警员

  police in bullet-proof vests and carrying riot shields (=a piece of
very hard plastic which police officers stand behind to protect them)

  穿防弹马夹、带防暴盾牌的巡捕

⇨ picture at demonstration

  1. run riot

a. if your imagination, emotions, thoughts etc run riot, you cannot or
do not control them

〔想象、心思、思绪等〕无法控制; 不加约束:

Manufacturers have let their imaginations run riot to create new
computer games .

生产商极尽想象之能事开发设计新的电脑游戏。

b. if people run riot, they behave in a violent, noisy, and uncontrolled
way

强行,横行霸道:

Some people let their children run riot.

些微人听任孩子妄作胡为。

c. if a plant runs riot, it grows very quickly

〔植物〕疯长,蔓生

  1. a riot of colour, something with many different bright colours

多彩,色彩斑斓:

The garden is a riot of colour in spring.

夏季花园里彩色。

  1. read (sb) the riot act, to give someone a strong warning that they
    must stop causing trouble – used humorously

适度从紧警告(某人)必须截至闹事〔幽默用法〕:

If the kids don’t settle down soon, I’ll go up and read them the riot
act.

万一孩子不及时安静下来,我就会上去严谨地警告他们。

riot²

verb

[I]

  1. if a crowd of people riot, they behave in a violent and uncontrolled
    way, for example by fighting the police and damaging cars or buildings

掀动骚乱,闹事:

University students rioted in protest at tuition fees.

博士闹事抗议学习成本过高。

—rioting noun [U]

—rioter noun [C]

*loot

verb

[I,T]

  1. to steal things, especially from shops or homes that have been
    damaged in a war or riot

〔尤指在大战或暴乱中〕抢劫,洗劫,掠夺:

Shops were looted and burned.

店铺遭到抢劫和焚毁。

—looter noun [C]

—looting noun [U]

loot²

noun

[U]

  1. goods taken by soldiers from a place where they have won a battle

战利品,掠夺物;

SYN  plunder

  1. [informal] goods or money that have been stolen

赃物,被盗物品;

SYN  spoils

  1. [informal] things that you have bought or been given in large
    amounts – used humorously

大批量购入(赠送)之物〔幽默用法〕:

Jodie came home from the mall with bags of loot.

乔迪从购物为主收获颇丰。

*criminologist犯罪学家

*thuggery

noun

[U]

  1. violent behaviour in which people fight and attack others

暴行,罪恶行径:

the problem of football thuggery

足球暴力的标题

*code

code¹

  1. 1 LAWS / BEHAVIOUR 法律/行为 [C] a set of rules, laws, or
    principles that tell people how to behave 法典,法规;
    行为准则,道德规范:

The Torah is the basis for all the Jewish laws and their moral code .

托拉是兼备犹太法律和道德规范的根基。

Each state in the US has a different criminal and civil code.

美利哥的每个州都有例外的刑事和民事法律。

The judge ruled that there had been no breach of the code .

法官裁定并未触犯法律。

There were plans to introduce a dress code (=rules about what to wear)
for civil servants.

有安顿要执行一套公务员着装规定。

code of conduct / behaviour / ethics the strict code of conduct that is
so much a part of karate

几乎似乎空手道一样严格的一套行为规范

code of practice ( = a set of rules that people in a particular business
or profession agree to obey )

行业专业

The Textile Services Association has drawn up a code of practice
endorsed by the Office of Fair Trading.

纺织集团协会起草了一份行业标准,得到了公正贸易部的认同。

  1. SECRET MESSAGE 秘密音讯, [C,U] a system of words, letters, or
    symbols that you use instead of ordinary writing, so that the
    information can only be understood by someone else who knows the system

密码; 代码; 代号:

in code

All reports must be sent in code.

怀有的报告都要以代码发送。

break / crack a code ( = manage to understand a code )

破译密码

They didn’t realise that we’d broken their secret code.

她俩并未意识到大家已经破译了他们的密码。

  1. SYMBOLS GIVING INFORMATION 传达音讯的记号, [C] a set of numbers,
    letters, or symbols that shows what something is or gives information
    about it

编码,编号,标记:

Goods that you order must have a product code.

你订购的货物肯定都有成品代号。

Every item found on the archaeological dig is given a code number .

考古挖掘时意识的每一件物品都给了数码。

⇨ code”>bar code , code”>genetic code , code”>postcode ,
code”>zip code

  1. telephones 电话 also dialling code, , STD code [BrE] [C] the
    group of numbers that comes before a telephone number when you are
    calling from a different area

长途电话区号;

SYN  code”>area code [AmE] :

What’s the code for Aberdeen?

尼斯的区号是多少?

  1. COMPUTERS 计算机, [C,U] a set of instructions that tell a computer
    what to do

〔计算机的〕编码

⇨ code”>machine code , code”>source code

  1. SOUNDS / SIGNALS 声音/信号 [C] a system of sounds or signals that
    represent words or letters when they are sent by
    machine〔电报等发出的〕电码

⇨ code”>morse code

code²

verb

[T usually passive]

  1. to put a set of numbers, letters, or symbols on something to show
    what it is or give information about it

把…编码(编号):

Each path is coded to show the level of difficulty.

每条途径都按困难程度编了号。

  1. to put a message into code so that it is secret

把…编成密码

*psychopath

noun[C]

  1. someone who has a serious and permanent mental illness that makes
    them behave in a violent or criminal way

〔犯罪的〕精神病病者; 精神变态者;

⇨ sociopath

—psychopathic adj:

a psychopathic personality

生龙活虎变态人格

—psychopathically / -klI ; -kli / adv.

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