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cynically adv. 爱嘲笑地;冷笑地

cynical adj. 愤世嫉俗的;冷嘲的

  • By choosing Sarah Palin as his running-mate he made a cynical tryst with a party base that he has never much liked and that has never much liked him.

    ECONOMIST: The presidential election

  • Also new is a shift in emphasis: turning the settlements from a political issue, which seems to have little traction with a cynical public, into a legal one.

    ECONOMIST: Israel

  • What is more, waiving this amendment in the absence of such reforms could be perceived as a stupefyingly cynical reversal of a formal presidential commitment made just last July.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: This Is No Time To Waive Jackson-Vanik

  • The Republicans could equally be accused of playing a cynical game, voting against a package they know will pass in order to appear thrifty yet not risk being accused of sabotage.

    ECONOMIST: The first ten days

  • To say he is cynical and a smart you-know-what would be to sort of understate it.

    CENTERFORSECURITYPOLICY: Center For Security Policy

  • In a cynical newspaper interview Vladislav Surkov, a Kremlin fixer, implied that he was in tune with the mood of change.

    ECONOMIST: Russia’s protests

  • For that matter, you should be cynical about a lot of things.

    FORBES: History Is Written by Winners

  • The interpretation may seem a touch cynical, but how about a skilfully beatified shell company?

    ECONOMIST: PCCW

  • Even if his statement on currency manipulation was a cynical ploy for votes, he has nonetheless created a clear marker by which important constituencies will measure him.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • Katzman had a cynical sales pitch, insisting the SAT measured nothing but a student's ability to take it.

    FORBES: Boost Your Score

  • In a cynical gesture, he gets his cousin Boris the job of Iraq correspondent for a Zagreb newspaper and newswire where he's employed, except that Toni rewrites his cousin's reports.

    NPR: Book Review: 'Our Man In Iraq'

  • Censorship even of a cynical, corrupt, greed-driven industry like Hollywood would, unacceptably, risk a ban on production of, for example, the bloody tragedy of Macbeth.

    FORBES: Hollywood's Liberal Use Of Violence Makes It The Modern Lady MacBeth

  • "A cynical perception has evolved among brokers that because of its need to maximize profits as a listed entity, the exchange has become lax in performing its regulatory duties, " says R.

    FORBES: World Markets

  • The nation has had revolving-door governments--another election may come in November--and a cynical population has responded to the Fukushima disaster that followed the terrible earthquake and tsunami with a blanket wish to shutter the nuclear industry.

    FORBES: Magazine Article

  • The nation has had revolving-door governments—another election may come in November—and a cynical population has responded to the Fukushima disaster that followed the terrible earthquake and tsunami with a blanket wish to shutter the nuclear industry.

    FORBES: Japan's Potentially Dangerous Decline

  • Many viewed this as both a cynical and shrewd move by Huffington given that AOL would have surely preferred to pay using its shares rather than a large percentage of its cash.

    FORBES: Move up http://i.forbesimg.com t Move down

  • To put a more cynical spin on it, foundations are good for a celebrity's image.

    FORBES: Sweet Charity

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