discourteous

英 [dɪs'kɜːtjəs] 美 [dɪs'kɝtɪəs]
  • adj. 失礼的,无礼貌的;粗鲁的
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discourteous 失礼的

dis-, 不,非,使相反。courteous, 礼貌的。

discourteous (adj.)
1560s; see dis- + courteous. Related: Discourteously.
1. Staff are often discourteous and sometimes downright rude.
职员常常态度很不礼貌,有时候极其蛮横。

来自柯林斯例句

2. I was offended by his discourteous reply.
他无礼的回答使我很生气.

来自《简明英汉词典》

3. His behaviour was wanting in courtesy , ie discourteous, rude.
他举止没有礼貌.

来自辞典例句

4. It was discourteous of you to arrive late.
你迟到了,真没礼貌.

来自辞典例句

5. Lateness is discourteous to your classmates and to your professor.
迟到是对你同学和教授的不尊敬.

来自互联网

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