2. sord- (谐音“臊的”) + -id.
来自拉丁语 sordere,变得肮脏，来自 sordes,肮脏，污秽，来自 PIE*swordo,黑的，脏的，词源 同 swarthy,黝黑的。
- sordid (adj.)
- early 15c., "festering," from Latin sordidus "dirty, filthy, foul, vile, mean, base," from sordere "be dirty, be shabby," related to sordes "dirt, filth," from PIE *swrd-e-, from root *swordo- "black, dirty" (cognates: Old English sweart "black"). Sense of "foul, low, mean" first recorded 1610s. Related: Sordidly; sordidness.
- 1. She listened to Kate'sexplanation of the sordid affair.
- 2. It was a shock to discover the truth about his sordid past.
- 3. The huts they lived in were sordid and filthy beyond belief.
- 4. I've washed my hands of the whole sordid business.
- 5. He depicts the sordid and vulgar sides of life exclusively.
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