prig

  暢通詞匯  
[pr?ɡ]     [pr?ɡ]    
  • n. 一本正經的人;自命不凡者;道學先生;<俚>小偷
  • v.
priggish priggishly priggery prigged prigged prigging prigs
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prig的英文翻譯是什么意思,詞典釋義與在線翻譯:

英英釋義

Noun:
  1. a person regarded as arrogant and annoying

prig的用法和樣例:

例句

用作名詞 (n.)
  1. He had been railed against by them as a prig and a poseur.
    他們責罵他是一個沾沾自喜、裝腔作勢的人。
  2. Charles thinks he's better than the rest of us, the self-righteous prig!
    查爾斯認為他比我們大家都強,真是個自以為是的家伙!
  3. The transition from libertine to prig was so complete.
    一個酒徒色鬼竟然搖身一變就成了道學先生。
  4. If one wishes to be a prig or a Puritan, one can flaunt one's moral views about them.
    一個人要是愿意當道學先生或清教徒,當然可以炫耀自己的倫理觀點。
  5. She said, "That Flora tries to take you on the prig again, you tell me-will you?"
    她說:“要是弗洛拉再帶你去偷東西,你就告訴我,知道么?”

經典引文

  • He was no prig, but liked a laugh.

    出自: P. H. Gibbs
  • Isabel is such a prig that she values her chastity more than her brother.

    出自:Guardian
  • Perhaps I'm a prig.., but it'd be too much like taking a salary and not doing any work.

    出自: C. Forbes
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