過去式：connoted 過去分詞：connoted 現在分詞：connoting
... to be offensive by some Mexican-Americans...] [ .. the term can connote a person of low class and poor morals, while in the U.S. it...
...who is homeless, vagrant or derelict. It is often used to connote such a person who is habitually engaged in small-time criminal activity, especially...
...nation.” The Latin root of nation means “birth,” so the word connoted the group you were born into and had some blood linkage with. The...