- reprimand or censure (someone)
verb: reprove, 3rd person present: reproves, gerund or present participle: reproving, past tense: reproved, past participle: reproved
- 1. reprimand or censure (someone) he was reproved for obscenity “Don't be childish, Hilary,” he reproved mildly
- reprimand (someone): he was reproved for obscenity ‘Don't be childish, Hilary,’ he reproved mildly
... ＭＹ ＴＥＡＣＨＥＲ ＴＯＤＡＹ！ 或者 ●reprove ◎用法 vt. 1. 責備,指責,非難[(+for)] 2. 【舊】使知罪 vi. 1. 責備,指責,非難...
... English teacher is angry at me and I was reproved.There is one funny thing happen today.My friend (someone) in the...
... up late, he missed the bus. Frank was not only reproved by his boss, but also lost his black wallet. Frank was...