来自拉丁语 tritus,穿旧的，过去分词格于 terere,转，刮，磨下，词源同 turn,throw.引申词义陈 腐的，老套的。
- trite: see throw
- trite (adj.)
- "used till so common as to have lost its novelty and interest," 1540s, from Latin tritus "worn, oft-trodden," of language "much-used, familiar, commonplace," past participle adjective from terere "to rub, wear down" (see throw (v.)). Related: Tritely; triteness.
- 1. The simple concepts he had been taught now sounded trite and naive.
- 2. The heading is trite.
- 3. The movie is teeming with obvious and trite ideas.
- 4. It was spiritual, but it wasn't trite.
- 但是她爱他是精神上的, 决不是俗套.
来自英汉文学 - 廊桥遗梦
- 5. Yesterday, in the restaurant , Lorraine had seemed trite , blurred, worn away.
- 昨天在饭店里,洛兰显得庸俗 、 堕落 、 衰老了.
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