vi. 反叛，背叛; 厌恶，反感
A revolt is an illegal and often violent attempt by a group of people to change their country's political system.
It was undeniably a revolt by ordinary people against their leaders...
The newly-occupied Italian colony of Libya rose in revolt in 1914.
When people revolt, they make an illegal and often violent attempt to change their country's political system.
In 1375 the townspeople revolted...
Zanzibar's fortunes declined after the islanders revolted against the sultanate in 1964.
A revolt by a person or group against someone or something is a refusal to accept the authority of that person or thing.
The prime minister is facing a revolt by party activists over his refusal to hold a referendum...
Soon the entire armed forces were in open revolt.
When people revolt against someone or something, they reject the authority of that person or reject that thing.
The prime minister only reacted when three of his senior cabinet colleagues revolted and resigned in protest on Friday night...
Caroline revolted against her ballet training at sixteen.
1. organized opposition to authority; a conflict in which one faction tries to wrest control from another
1. make revolution;
2. fill with distaste;
3. cause aversion in; offend the moral sense of;
rebellion, revolt, riot
The most abject slaves joined in the revolt.
Vrsula began to revolt from her sister.
The warden's authority diminished after the revolt.
The test had always been whether they would back a revolt against Castro.
Rumors of a revolt were afloat.