英 ['dʊə; 'daʊə]
- adj. 严厉的；顽强的；阴沉的；不爱讲话的
- n. (Dour)人名；(法)杜尔
来自拉丁语durus, 硬的，词源同endure, tree. 引申词义冷酷的。
- dour (adj.)
- mid-14c., "severe," from Scottish and northern England dialect, probably from Latin durus "hard" (see endure); sense of "gloomy, sullen" is late 15c.
- 1. The city, drab and dour by day, is transformed at night.
- 2. No wonder he looked so dour.
- 3. When it comes to more mainstream services, staff are dour and unhelpful.
- 当谈到更多的主流业务, 员工是无生气且无用的.
- 4. The person you are addressing is rather dour and matter - of - fact.
- 5. John popped his head round the dour.
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