despise的的用法,despise怎么读美 [dɪ'spaɪz] 英 [dɪ'spaɪz]
to dislike and have no respect for sb/sth
She despised gossip in any form.
He despised himself for being so cowardly.
to dislike somebody or something intensely and with contempt
to look down on and feel contempt for somebody or something
to hate someone or something and have no respect for them
I wonder if you could ever despise me. When you know I really try. To be a better one to satisfy you for you're everything to me.
Talk just in the meantime, her eyes inside but is not from taboo of peeped out a silk despise smiling face.
Even if you think his hand is poor today's bib, and if he tells you is that I sent, please do not despise my craft free.
Do not despise death, but be well content with it, since this too is one of those things which nature wills.
How much we respect Professor Zhang, whom we used to despise so much.
You can think of, if you are disabled, people ignore you, despise you, what would you think, I think you probably will be very painful.
Just as you may despise Charles for his overburden of apparatus, you perhaps despise him for his lack of specialization.
But amidst all of that, he's dumped his identity, and with honesty I say I behold nothing but despise towards that kind of people.
While men love women as a group but find it hard to like them individually. Women despise the race of men but like them as individuals.
That is a part of their DNA and the hard truth, no matter how much women may hate or despise this fact.