5 scorn

scorn
n
1 [U] ~ (for sth) strong contempt 鄙视; 轻蔑
    be filled with scorn 十分鄙视
    dismiss a suggestion with scorn 对一建议不屑一顾
    He had nothing but scorn for my ideas. 对於我的想法他嗤之以鼻.
2 [sing] the ~ of sb (fml 文) person or thing that is treated with scorn by sb 受某人鄙视的人或事物
    She was the scorn of her classmates. 她常受同学们的鄙视.
3 (idm 习语) laugh sb/sth to scorn =>laugh. pour scorn on sb/sth => pour . scorn, v
1 [Tn] feel or show scorn for (sb/sth) 鄙视(某人[某事物])
    As a professional painter, she scorns the efforts of amateurs. 她是专业画家, 看不起业余画家的创作.
2
(a) [Tn] refuse (sth) proudly 傲慢地拒绝(某事物)
    scorn sb´s invitation, advice, offer 轻蔑地回绝某人的邀请、 劝告、 好意.
(b) [Tt, Tg] (fml 文) reject (sth one is too proud to do) 不屑做(某事)
    scorn to ask for help 不屑於求助
    He scorns telling lies. 他鄙夷说谎的行为.