criticism的中文翻译是什么意思

criticism

US/ˈkrɪtɪsɪzəm/
UK/ˈkrɪtɪsɪzəm/

n. 批判; 指责; (书籍或音乐等)评论

criticism柯林斯释义

N-VAR批评;批判;指责

Criticism is the action of expressing disapproval of something or someone. A criticism is a statement that expresses disapproval.

  • This policy had repeatedly come under strong criticism on Capitol Hill...

    该政策在美国国会屡遭强烈批评。

  • The criticism that the English do not truly care about their children was often voiced.

    常有人指责英国人并不真正关心自己的子女。

N-UNCOUNT(对书、戏剧等的)评论

Criticism is a serious examination and judgment of something such as a book or play.

  • She has published more than 20 books including novels, poetry and literary criticism.

    她已出版了包括小说、诗歌和文学评论在内的20多部著作。

criticism英文释义

Noun

1. disapproval expressed by pointing out faults or shortcomings;

  • the senator received severe criticism from his opponent

2. a serious examination and judgment of something;

  • constructive criticism is always appreciated

3. a written evaluation of a work of literature

    criticism场景例句

    Is it hard to bear with criticism?

    忍受批评困难 吗 ?

    He was outspoken in his criticism.

    他在批评中直言不讳.

    How is it that you can't stand a little bit of criticism?

    你怎么这样禁不住批评?

    In his writing , Lu Xun was never sparing in his criticism of the reactionaries.

    对于反动派, 鲁迅是从来不讲什么笔下留情的.

    Such strong criticism was completely unwarranted.

    这样猛烈的批评完全没有必要.

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    criticism词性变形

    criticisms

    criticism反义词

    n. 批评;挑剔

    admirationpraise

    其他释义

    admirationpraiselaud