• That was a nasty little trick.

    是个可恶的小骗局

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  • He had a temper and could be nasty.

    脾气暴躁,令人讨厌。

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  • What nasty little snobs you all are.

    你们多么可恶的势利小人

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  • Ticks can carry a nasty disease which affects humans.

    壁虱传播危害人类严重疾病

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  • There's a nasty sort of rumour going around about it.

    关于这件事一种可恶谣言正在流传。

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  • This was a nasty attack and the woman is still very shocked.

    一次严重袭击这个女人仍然感到非常震惊。

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  • They should put warning labels on those nasty little devices.

    他们应该那些讨厌装置上贴警示标签

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  • A nasty incident was prevented by the timely arrival of the police.

    警察及时到来阻止一次严重事故

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  • His face was covered in red blotches, seemingly a nasty case of acne.

    脸上布满红斑看起来像是严重的痤疮。

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  • It is a deliberate, nasty and vicious attack on a young man's character.

    一位青年人格蓄意的、下流的恶毒攻击

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  • The nasty thing about a blackmailer is that his starting point is usually the truth.

    讨厌事情在于,敲诈开始借以要挟的把柄往往事实。

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  • My little granddaughter caught her heel in the spokes of her bicycleit was a very nasty wound.

    孙女后脚跟卷到她的自行车辐条里了–严重

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  • What can you do for me, you nasty frog?

    能为什么,你这讨厌青蛙

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  • The guards looked really nasty.

    那些警卫看上去真可恶。

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  • The news gave me a nasty shock.

    消息可把死了

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  • This coffee has a nasty taste.

    咖啡难喝。

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  • The fall gave him a nasty jar.

    得好厉害。

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  • He got a nasty knock on the head.

    头部遭到重重击。

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  • He's a nasty little creep!

    让人讨厌!

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  • She had a nasty tongue.

    满口脏话。

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  • I had a nasty feeling that we were lost.

    不祥预感我们迷路了。

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  • Life has a nasty habit of repeating itself.

    生活总是令人厌烦地重复着。

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  • Don't buy that coatit looks cheap and nasty.

    件外套—一就是便宜货

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  • I had a nasty feeling that he would follow me.

    一种极糟糕预感尾随

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  • She fell over and got a nasty crack on the head.

    跌倒了,脑袋重重地磕了一下。

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  • You'd better do what he says or he'll turn nasty.

    最好的做,否则不客气了。

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  • She had a nasty brush with her boss this morning.

    今天早晨老板闹得别扭的。

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  • The jockey took a nasty tumble at the third fence.

    第三栅栏处给重重摔下马来。

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  • He turned nasty when we refused to give him the money.

    我们时,变得穷凶极恶

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  • That's a nasty cutcome on, we'll get it all taped up.

    伤口严重,咱们用绷带把它包扎起来。

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