- n. 异教徒；无信仰者
- adj. 异教徒的；无宗教信仰的
- mid-15c. (adjective and noun), from Middle French infidèle, from Latin infidelis "unfaithful, not to be trusted," later "unbelieving," from in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + fidelis "faithful" (see fidelity). In 15c. "a non-Christian" (especially a Saracen); later "one who does not believe in religion" (1520s). Also used to translate Arabic qafir, which is from a root meaning "to disbelieve, to deny," strictly referring to all non-Muslims but virtually synonymous with "Christian;" hence, from a Muslim or Jewish point of view, "a Christian" (1530s; see kaffir).
- 1. He promised to continue the fight against infidel forces.
- 2. He had some letters, and was ingenious, but he was an infidel.
- 他有一些学问, 且很有见地, 对宗教却不屑一顾.
- 3. He's a subversive infidel rebellious alike against his God and his king.
- 4. Bow before your god, infidel. I am the Master here.
- 你必须向我下跪, 异教徒. 因为我是这里的主人.
- 5. You have not seen the last of me, infidel.
- 你还没见到我的最后一招, 异教徒.
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