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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
吐槽tùcáo(slang) to roast; to ridicule
嘲讽cháofěngto sneer at; to ridicule; to taunt
奚落xīluòto taunt; to ridicule; to jeer at; to treat coldly; to abandon
耻笑chǐxiàoto sneer at somebody; to ridicule
揶揄yéyúto mock; to ridicule
shànto mock; to ridicule; to slander
讥讽jīfěngto satirize; to ridicule; to mock
寒碜hánchenugly; shameful; to ridicule
戏谑xìxuèto banter; to crack jokes; to ridicule
砢碜kēchenugly; unsightly; shabby; to humiliate; to ridicule
xiào(same as ) to laugh; to smile, to laugh at; to ridicule
xiēto laugh; to smile, to laugh at; to ridicule, sound of laughter
(ancient form of ) a slave; a servant, term of depreciation, (ancient form of ) to insult; to ridicule
chī(same as ) to laugh at; to make fun of; to deride; to ridicule
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