revolt 是什么意思

revolt的中文意思是: 反抗

revolt例句大全

  1. His revolt is a revolt of a natural man.

    他的反叛是一个自然人对世俗功利人生的反叛。

  2. He instigated the revolt.

    他策动了这次叛乱。

  3. popular revolt was virtually precluded.

    民众的反叛实际上已被杜绝。

  4. The revolt against traditional American morality.

    对美国传统道德观的反叛。

  5. It's a revolt in the romantic perspective.

    又是一个具有浪漫主义精神的有力的反抗者。

  6. His incitement to the public to revolt.

    他向公众进行的叛乱煽动。

  7. Agitators urged the peasants to revolt / revolution.

    煽动者怂恿农民叛变(革命)。

  8. A revolt has arisen among the peasants .

    农民发动了起义。

  9. They were afraid of another Formosa revolt.

    他们害怕再发生一次台湾式起义。

  10. The army quashed any further attempts at revolt.

    军队平息了所有的叛乱企图。

  11. The army soon suppressed the revolt.

    军队很快便把叛乱平定了。

  12. But, I still am having dissatisfaction and revolt.

    但是,我依然有着不满和反抗。

  13. It was a time of agitation and revolt.

    这是一个动荡不安,反抗四起的时期。

  14. The peasants planned a revolt against the king.

    农民们制订了反对国王的起义计划。

  15. The third section illustrates spiritual drifters'Sisyphus-type revolt.

    第三小节论述了精神漂泊者们西西弗斯式的反抗。

  16. Jean Vigo : Between the Poetry and the Revolt

    让·维果:诗意与反叛

  17. By midnight the revolt had died down .

    到了午夜,这次反叛就销声匿迹了。

  18. Students rose in revolt against the government.

    学生们发动了反对政府的起义。

  19. We will be in favour of such a revolt.

    我们会支持这样的起义。

  20. The are charging the major with instigating revolt.

    对于少校的指控是鼓动叛乱。

  21. He could face a revolt unless he resigns before then.

    除非巴达维提前辞职,否则他将会招致反抗。

  22. The killings incited people to take up arms and revolt.

    屠杀激起人们拿起武器奋起反抗。

  23. Not accept things as they are, nor revolt against them.

    不是接受事物现在的样子,也非反抗它们。

  24. An abortive revolt ; a stillborn plot to assassinate the president .

    夭折的起义;胎死腹中的暗杀总统计划。

  25. The foreign government censored the reporter's story of the revolt.

    那个外国政府删剪了那位记者有关叛乱的报道。

  26. Firebrand: a person who stirs up trouble or kindles a revolt.

    煽动叛乱者,挑动争端者:挑起麻烦或引起叛乱的人。

  27. The tribesmen will revolt if you ask them to pay taxes.

    你若要求部落里的人们交税,他们会反叛的。

  28. In Britain, they are in revolt against tuition fees.

    在英国,年轻人正在反抗学费上涨。

  29. Brute force was used to put down the revolt.

    使用残忍的武力平息反叛。

  30. Soon the entire armed forces were in open revolt.

    很快,整个武装部队开始公然抗命。

  31. Even the most abject slaves joined in the revolt.

    连最卑贱的奴隶也加入了叛乱。

  32. Concurrently, theaters of revolt, whether of social or artistic revolt, appear, contribute to the mainstream

    与此同时,以反叛为特点的戏剧艺术往往是先问世,继而成为戏剧主流的一部分,终而大部分消失在舞台上。

  33. All civilized people will revolt at ( from, against ) this terrible crime.

    一切文明的人都会厌恶这种残酷的罪行。

  34. The post-modernism revolt against The Promise has its paradox too.

    对《无极》的后现代反叛同样存在悖论。

  35. The press has often reported that I led a revolt against Knudsen.

    新闻界经常报道说,我带头反抗努森。

  36. It was undeniably a revolt by ordinary people against their leaders

    不可否认,这是一场平民百姓反抗领导人的起义。

  37. They all raised the standard of revolt against the tyrant.

    他们都举起义旗,反对暴君。

  38. I've always been attracted to ideas that were about revolt against authority.

    我总是被和反抗权威有关的想法所吸引。

  39. The irreversible surge of revolt that they had predicted did not materialize.

    他们所预言的那股不可逆转的反叛潮流并没有出现。

  40. The newly-occupied Italian colony of Libya rose in revolt in 1914.

    意大利新占领的殖民地利比亚于1914年发生叛乱。

revolt中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
反叛;起义;叛乱;抗争
A revolt is an illegal and often violent attempt by a group of people to change their country's political system.
  1. It was undeniably a revolt by ordinary people against their leaders...

    不可否认,这是一场平民百姓反抗领导人的起义。

  2. The newly-occupied Italian colony of Libya rose in revolt in 1914.

    意大利新占领的殖民地利比亚于1914年发生叛乱。

2
反叛;起义;叛乱;抗争
When people revolt, they make an illegal and often violent attempt to change their country's political system.
  1. In 1375 the townspeople revolted...

    1375年,市民奋起反抗。

  2. Zanzibar's fortunes declined after the islanders revolted against the sultanate in 1964.

    桑给巴尔岛的居民于1964年反抗苏丹统治,随后时局便不断恶化。

3
(对权威的)反抗,拒绝服从
A revolt by a person or group against someone or something is a refusal to accept the authority of that person or thing.
  1. The prime minister is facing a revolt by party activists over his refusal to hold a referendum...

    因为拒绝进行公民投票,首相正面临着党内激进分子的反抗。

  2. Soon the entire armed forces were in open revolt.

    很快,整个武装部队开始公然抗命。

4
反抗,拒绝服从(权威)
When people revolt against someone or something, they reject the authority of that person or reject that thing.
  1. The prime minister only reacted when three of his senior cabinet colleagues revolted and resigned in protest on Friday night...

    直到周五晚上首相的3位高级内阁同僚倒戈并辞职以示抗议时,首相才有所反应。

  2. Caroline revolted against her ballet training at sixteen.

    卡罗琳16岁时拒绝接受芭蕾舞训练。

revolt用法示例
出自:牛津词典

1
(尤指针对政府的)反抗,违抗;起义;叛乱
a protest against authority, especially that of a government, often involving violence; the action of protesting against authority
2
1381年的农民起义
the Peasants' Revolt of 1381
3
领导 / 发动起义
to lead/stage a revolt
4
军队很快镇压了叛乱。
The army quickly crushed the revolt.
5
本届政府所遭遇到的规模最大的一次普通下院议员的反抗
the biggest back-bench revolt this government has ever seen
6
和谈的努力最后以武装叛乱告终。
Attempts to negotiate peace ended in armed revolt.
7
人民奋起反抗。
The people rose in revolt .
8
反抗,反叛(当权者)
to take violent action against the people in power
9
人民最终起来反抗军事独裁。
Finally the people revolted against the military dictatorship.
10
农民威胁说要造反。
The peasants threatened to revolt.
11
叛逆;违抗
to behave in a way that is the opposite of what sb expects of you, especially in protest
12
青少年常常不遵从父母的条条框框。
Teenagers often revolt against parental discipline.
13
使惊骇;令人厌恶
to make you feel horror or disgust
14
电影里的各种暴力场面令我非常震惊。
All the violence in the movie revolted me.
15
他吃饭的样子让我感到恶心。
The way he ate his food revolted me.
16
以上各词均含使人震惊、惊愕之义。
These words all mean to surprise and upset sb very much.
17
指使震惊、使惊愕:
[often passive] to surprise sb, usually in a way that upsets them
18
听到他的死讯,我们都感到震惊。
We were all shocked at the news of his death.
19
指使大为震惊、使惊骇:
to shock and upset sb very much
20
罪行之残暴使公众大为震惊。
The brutality of the crime has appalled the public.
21
指使惊吓、使惊恐、恐吓:
to make sb feel extremely shocked, upset or frightened
22
全国都对这些凶杀案感到大为震惊。
The whole country was horrified by the killings.
23
指使作呕、使厌恶、使反感:
to make sb feel shocked and almost ill because sth is so unpleasant
24
影片中的暴力程度实在让我反感。
The level of violence in the movie really disgusted me.
25
指使大为震惊、使愤怒、使作呕:
( BrE ) to make sb feel very shocked, angry and almost ill because sth is so unpleasant
26
公众看到这些充满暴力和死亡的画面大为震惊。
The public is becoming sickened by these images of violence and death.
27
指使恶心、使厌恶:
[often passive] ( rather formal ) to make sb feel rather disgusted
28
他呼吸中的酒精气味让我恶心。
I was repelled by the smell of drink on his breath.
29
指使恶心、使厌恶:
to make sb feel disgusted
30
电影里的各种暴力场面令我非常反感。
All the violence in the movie revolted me.
31
用disgust、repel还是revolt?
disgust, repel or revolt?
32
disgust和revolt语气较repel强烈,尤其因道德而非身体方面的原因;对某人的观点或个人品质感到厌恶可用repel,但如果这些观点或品质变成行动,用repel语气就不够强烈:
Disgust and revolt are stronger than repel , especially when the reason is moral, not physical. You might be repelled by sb's opinions or personal qualities, but if these opinions or qualities lead to action, repel may not be strong enough.
revolt英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
organized opposition to authority;a conflict in which one faction tries to wrest control from another

近义词: rebellion,insurrection,rising,uprising

2
cause aversion in;offend the moral sense of
例子:
  1. The pornographic pictures sickened us

近义词: disgust,nauseate,sicken,churn up

3
fill with distaste
例子:
  1. This spoilt food disgusts me

近义词: disgust,gross out,repel

4
make revolution
例子:
  1. The people revolted when bread prices tripled again