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malicious gossip

  • 恶毒的流言蜚语
  • 恶意的流言蜚语

网络释义英英释义

  恶意的闲话

... 恶意的玩笑 practical jokes 恶意的闲话 a malicious; malicious gossip 恶意的诱惑 all forgotten ...

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  恶意中伤的闲话

... 说别人坏话 bad-mouth 恶意中伤的闲话 malicious gossip 他经常说别人坏话 he often speaks ill of others ...

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  恶毒的流言蜚语

... discussion of trivia) 无聊的闲扯,流言蜚语,蜚短流长 item of gossip n (rumour) 流言 malicious gossip 恶毒的流言蜚语 ..

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短语

to spread malicious gossip 飞短流长 ; 蜚短流长

peddle malicious gossip 散播恶毒的流言蜚语

spread gossip with malicious intent 有意褒贬

malicious gossip

  • n. disgraceful gossip about the private lives of other people

    同义词: scandal dirt

以上来源于: WordNet

双语例句权威例句

  • Malicious gossip 'can soil a person's reputation.

    恶意流言蜚语会损害一个名誉

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  • It was malicious gossip, completely without substance.

    恶意造谣完全没有事实根据

    《牛津词典》

  • But, she added, "People who spread malicious gossip are despicable."

    又补充道那些散布恶意流言可鄙的

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更多双语例句
  • Malicious gossip is far commoner: mean fictions that once would have circulated in a small group now spread across the world instantly through forwarded e-mails and newsgroups.

    ECONOMIST: Gossip on the web

  • Mr Phillips preferred Stewart's Cafeteria in Greenwich Village, where you could get a good meal for 75 cents, a sound basis for hours of malicious gossip, or the conduct of love affairs, as well as for arguments about politics.

    ECONOMIST: William Phillips | The

  • There was some malicious gossip that his papers demonstrated that he was more of a swot than an intellectual, but, nonetheless, it meant that Wilson was never likely to suffer from any inferiority complexes when it came to dealing with his chancellors.

    ECONOMIST: Sometimes too many brains can go to your head

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