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  1. vicious

    • IPA[ˈviSHəs]

    美式

    • adj.
      deliberately cruel or violent;(of an animal) wild and dangerous to people
    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. deliberately cruel or violent:

      a vicious assault

    • 2. (of an animal) wild and dangerous to people:

      the dog was vicious and likely to bite

    • 3. serious or dangerous:

      a vicious flu bug

    • 4. immoral:

      every soul on earth, virtuous or vicious, shall perish

    • 5. (of language or a line of reasoning) imperfect; defective.
    • n. a sequence of reciprocal cause and effect in which two or more elements intensify and aggravate each other, leading inexorably to a worsening of the situation:

    • debtors were caught in a vicious circle: they could not be freed until they had paid their debt, and were not able to pay their debt as long as they were in prison

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    • n. a sequence of reciprocal cause and effect in which two or more elements intensify and aggravate each other, leading inexorably to a worsening of the situation:

    • debtors were caught in a vicious circle: they could not be freed until they had paid their debt, and were not able to pay their debt as long as they were in prison

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    • IPA[ˈvɪʃəs]

    英式

    • adj.
      deliberately cruel or violent:
    • a vicious assault

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