- make (something) seem worthy and impressive；give an impressive name to (someone or something unworthy of it)
verb: dignify, 3rd person present: dignifies, gerund or present participle: dignifying, past tense: dignified, past participle: dignified
- 1. make (something) seem worthy and impressive the Americans had dignified their departure with a ceremony
- ▪ give an impressive name to (someone or something unworthy of it) dumps are increasingly dignified as landfills
I won't even dignify your navy bean suggestion. 先從單字來 won't=will not even...
... , as a result , is the outstanding example of the old , dignified classical epic . 雖然主題是基督徒，異教徒的形式; 此外，所有彌爾頓的經典知識...
...很怪哦!你想講什麼?)Today i won't trick,i'm going to be dignified. (你是想說：我想成為高尚的人嗎?這一句話和上一句話"I won...