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ridicule
'rɪdə,kjuːl
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. The act of deriding or treating with contempt.
  2. Language or behavior intended to mock or humiliate.
(动) As a verb
  1. Subject to laughter or ridicule.
Hyphenationrid•i•cule
Part of Speech(名) noun, (及物的动) transitive verb
Matching Results
嘲笑cháoxiàoto jeer at; to deride; to ridicule; mockery; derision
愚弄yúnòngto make a fool out of; to fool; to dupe
笑柄xiàobǐnga matter for ridicule; an object of ridicule; laughingstock
嘲弄cháonòngto tease; to poke fun at; to make fun of
cháoto ridicule; to mock
to ridicule; ugly
恶损èsǔnto ridicule
讪笑shànxiàoto ridicule; to mock
qiàoridicule; to blame
调侃tiáokǎnto ridicule; to tease; to mock; idle talk; chitchat
to ridicule
讥刺jīcìto ridicule; to mock
qiàoridicule; to blame
謿cháoridicule, deride, scorn, jeer at
to insult; to ridicule; to disgrace
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