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  1. deflate

    • IPA[dəˈflāt]

    美式

    • v.
      let air or gas out of (a tire, balloon, or similar object);be emptied of air or gas
    • verb: deflate, 3rd person present: deflates, gerund or present participle: deflating, past tense: deflated, past participle: deflated

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. let air or gas out of (a tire, balloon, or similar object):

      he deflated one of the tires

    • 2. be emptied of air or gas:

      the balloon deflated

    • 3. cause (someone) to suddenly lose confidence or feel less important:

      his response deflated me

    • 4. reduce the level of (an emotion or feeling):

      her anger was deflated

    • 5. bring about a general reduction of price levels in (an economy):

      the budget deflated the economy

      the government deflated sharply in 1964

    • adj. having been emptied of air or gas:

    • a deflated balloon

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    • adj. having been emptied of air or gas:

    • a deflated balloon

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    • 更多解釋
    • IPA[dɪˈfleɪt]

    英式

    • v.
      let air or gas out of (a tyre, balloon, or similar object):
    • he deflated one of the tyres

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  2. 知識+

    • 在Advanced上看到的英文感嘆句

      How deflating was that? A gift must be accepted before...且句尾必為驚嘆號。 第一句若改為感嘆句How deflating that was! 語意邏輯上也是通順的,但要看前後文...

    • 想請教一句英文[要外國人的表達方式]

      It's a dirty job, but somebody's got to do it. "我可以幫你剪掉你那垂頭喪氣的小弟弟." I am more than happy to cut off your deflated willy for you.

    • 英文句子翻譯成中文

      ...之前呢,我還是繼續假定,我是小角色裡的大「腳」。 I need a girl to deflate my head and inflate my heart, and I don’t particularly care that the...