oddball

英 ['ɒdbɔːl] 美
  • adj. 古怪的;奇怪的
  • n. 古怪;古怪的人
星级词汇:
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oddball 怪胎

比喻用法。

oddball (n.)
"eccentric or unconventional person," 1948, from odd + ball (n.1). Earlier (1946) as an adjective, used by aviators.
1. I came from a family that was decidedly oddball you know.
你要知道,我的家人个个古怪得紧。

来自柯林斯例句

2. His mother and father thought Jim was a bit of an oddball too.
吉姆的父母也认为他有些古怪。

来自柯林斯例句

3. Our neighbor is a real oddball -- he never talks to anyone.
我们的邻居真是一位怪胎 -- 他从不跟任何人说话.

来自辞典例句

4. The new boss is a bit of an oddball.
新老板有点古怪.

来自辞典例句

5. But when I saw that oddball, I thought , how could she have fallen for him?
那天看见这样一个怪东西,苏小姐竟会看中他!

来自汉英文学 - 围城

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