- adj. 轻蔑的；[临床] 恶化的，变坏的
- n. 轻蔑语
- pejorative (adj.)
- "depreciative, disparaging," 1888, from French péjoratif, from Late Latin peiorat-, past participle stem of peiorare "make worse," from Latin peior "worse," related to pessimus "worst," pessum "downward, to the ground," from PIE *ped-yos-, comparative of root *ped- "to walk, stumble, impair" (see peccadillo). As a noun from 1882. English had a verb pejorate "to worsen" from 1640s.
- 1. Isn't there a suggestion that "poetess" is slightly pejorative?
- 2. 'Swot'is a pejorative term for someone who studies a lot.
- 3. I agree I am ambitious, and I don't see that as a pejorative term.
- 4. In the context of ethnic tourism, commercialization often has a pejorative connotation.
- 摘要在民族旅游语境中, 商品化经常带有贬义色彩.
- 5. Vegetal Tasting term used to describe a vegetable like aroma. Usually pejorative.
- 植物的:品尝术语,用来描述一种像植物的香味. 通常用作贬义.
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