英 ['hʌsɪ; 'hʌzɪ]
- n. 贱妇；粗野女子；轻佻的女子
- n. (Hussy)人名；(匈)胡希
- hussy (n.)
- 1520s, "mistress of a household, housewife," alteration of Middle English husewif (see housewife). Gradually broadened to mean "any woman or girl," and by 1650 was being applied to "a woman or girl who shows casual or improper behavior," and a general derogatory sense had overtaken the word by late 18c. "It is common to use housewife in a good, and huswife or hussy in a bad sense" [Johnson].
- 1. 'she thinks I'm a hussy, " thought Scarlett.
- " 她还以为我是个贱货呢, " 思嘉心想.
- 2. You impudent hussy , and get on with your work!
- 你这无耻的贱货, 干你的活去吧!
- 3. You hussy, how can you talk in that way?
- 你这个鬼丫头, 你怎么这样说话?
- 4. The gold hoop earrings Richard said made her look like a hussy and a gold bracelet.
来自英汉文学 - 廊桥遗梦
- 5. What would a teenage hussy want with this place, anyway?
- 不管怎么说一个年轻的轻佻女子在这种地方还想得到 什么 ?
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