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兩個英文字解釋...(急)

embarrassed(尷尬的) and frustrated(挫敗的)

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  • Siutoe
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    1 十年前
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    embarrass

    Main Entry:

    em·bar·rass

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    Pronunciation:

    \im-ˈber-əs, -ˈba-rəs\

    Function:

    verb

    Etymology:

    French embarrasser, from Spanish embarazar, from Portuguese embaraçar, from em- (from Latin in-) + baraça noose

    Date:

    1672

    transitive verb1 a: to place in doubt, perplexity, or difficulties b: to involve in financial difficulties c: to cause to experience a state of self-conscious distress <bawdy stories embarrassed him>2 a: to hamper the movement of b: hinder, impede3: to make intricate : complicate4: to impair the activity of (a bodily function) or the function of (a bodily part) <digestion embarrassed by overeating>intransitive verb: to become anxiously self-conscious <he embarrasses easily>

    — em·bar·rass·able

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    \-ə-sə-bəl\ adjective

    synonyms embarrass, discomfit, abash, disconcert, rattle mean to distress by confusing or confounding. embarrass implies some influence that impedes thought, speech, or action <embarrassed to admit that she liked the movie>. discomfit implies a hampering or frustrating accompanied by confusion <hecklers discomfited the speaker>. abash presupposes some initial self-confidence that receives a sudden check, producing shyness, shame, or a feeling of inferiority <abashed by her swift and cutting retort>. disconcert implies an upsetting of equanimity or assurance producing uncertainty or hesitancy <disconcerted by finding so many in attendance>. rattle implies an agitation that impairs thought and judgment <rattled by all the television cameras>.

    frustrate

    Main Entry:

    1frus·trate

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    Pronunciation:

    \ˈfrəs-ˌtrāt\

    Function:

    transitive verb

    Inflected Form(s):

    frus·trat·ed; frus·trat·ing

    Etymology:

    Middle English, from Latin frustratus, past participle of frustrare to deceive, frustrate, from frustra in error, in vain

    Date:

    15th century

    1 a: to balk or defeat in an endeavor b: to induce feelings of discouragement in2 a (1): to make ineffectual : bring to nothing (2): impede, obstruct b: to make invalid or of no effect

    synonyms frustrate, thwart, foil, baffle, balk mean to check or defeat another's plan or block achievement of a goal. frustrate implies making vain or ineffectual all efforts however vigorous or persistent <frustrated attempts at government reform>. thwart suggests frustration or checking by crossing or opposing <the army thwarted his attempt at a coup>. foil implies checking or defeating so as to discourage further effort <foiled by her parents, he stopped trying to see her>. baffle implies frustration by confusing or puzzling <baffled by the maze of rules and regulations>. balk suggests the interposing of obstacles or hindrances <officials felt that legal restrictions had balked their efforts to control crime>.

  • 1 十年前

    embarrassed(尷尬的) ------&gt;ashamed, mortified

    frustrated(挫敗的)------&gt;foil, thwart; disappoint; make frustrated; defeat; baffle, confound

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