来自拉丁语 truculentus,好斗的，狂暴的，野蛮的，来自 trux,狂野的，野蛮的。
- truculent (adj.)
- 1530s, from Latin truculentus "fierce, savage, stern, harsh, cruel," from trux (genitive trucis) "fierce, rough, savage, wild." Related: Truculently.
- 1. He was seen as truculent, temperamental, too unwilling to tolerate others.
- 他们认为他为人蛮横无理, 性情暴躁, 不大能容人.
- 2. It was his usual aspect, and a truculent one.
- 这是他惯常的模样, 是一种好斗的表情.
- 3. He was in no truculent state of mind now.
- 4. The policeman caught something in the tone and looked over with truculent eyes.
- 5. Gallagher was truculent as though he knew he were going to be beaten.
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