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terrible 的同义词

(形容词) 
Definition
causing fear
Thousands suffered terrible injuries in the disaster.
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awful
an awful smell of paint
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shocking (informal)
I must have been in a shocking state last night.
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appalling
They have been living under the most appalling conditions.
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terrifying
one of the most terrifying diseases known to man
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horrible
Still the horrible shrieking came out of his mouth.
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dreadful
They told us the dreadful news.
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horrifying
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dread (literary)
the dread phrase `politically correct'
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dreaded
this dreaded disease
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fearful (informal)
The earthquake was a fearful disaster.
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horrendous
The violence used was horrendous.
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monstrous
the film's monstrous fantasy figure
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gruesome
There has been a series of gruesome murders in the capital.
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horrid (informal)
What a horrid smell!
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unspeakable
the unspeakable horrors of chemical weapons
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frightful
refugees trapped in frightful conditions
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hellacious (US, slang)
(形容词) 
Definition
very bad, unpleasant, or unsatisfactory
(informal)  I have the most terrible nightmares.
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awful
Even if the weather's awful there's still lots to do.
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beastly (informal)
The weather was beastly.
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abhorrent
Most people find cruelty to animals abhorrent.
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offensive
the offensive smell of manure
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foul
He is accused of all manner of foul deeds.
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unpleasant
They tolerated what they felt was an unpleasant situation.
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revolting
The smell in the cell was revolting.
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rotten (informal)
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obscene
It was obscene to spend millions producing unwanted food.
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hideous
His family was subjected to a hideous attack.
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vile
the vile smell of mouldy cheese
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from hell (informal)
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obnoxious
The people at my table were so obnoxious, I had to leave.
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repulsive
repulsive, fat, white slugs
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odious
He's the most odious man I have ever met.
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hateful
Society is still a hateful and dysfunctional place.
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loathsome
the loathsome spectacle we were obliged to witness
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shitty (taboo, slang)
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godawful (slang)
反义词
(形容词) 
Definition
very bad, unpleasant, or unsatisfactory
I did feel terrible at the time but I'm all right now.
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ill
He was seriously ill with pneumonia.
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sick
She's very sick.
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unwell
He felt unwell as he was being driven back to his office.
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poorly (informal)
I've just phoned Julie and she's still poorly.
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rough (informal)
The lad is still feeling a bit rough.
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crook (Australian, New Zealand, informal)
He admitted to feeling a bit crook.
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lousy (informal)
I wasn't actually sick but I was feeling lousy.
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nauseated
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queasy
He was prone to sickness and already felt queasy.
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out of sorts
At times, he has seemed lifeless and out of sorts.
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nauseous
Sea travel makes me feel nauseous.
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off colour (British, informal)
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under the weather (informal)
I'm feeling a bit under the weather today.
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indisposed
The speaker was regrettably indisposed.
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peaky
Are you feeling all right? You look a little peaky.
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wabbit (Scottish, informal)
(形容词) 
Definition
very bad, unpleasant, or unsatisfactory
She admits her French is terrible.
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very bad
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poor
The meal was very poor.
He was a poor actor.
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appalling (informal)
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pants (British, informal)
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useless (informal)
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hopeless
I'd be hopeless at working for somebody else.
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pathetic (informal)
That's the most pathetic excuse I've ever heard.
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dire (informal)
a book of verse which ranged from the barely tolerable to the utterly dire
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inferior
These recordings are of inferior quality.
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duff (British, informal)
A couple of duff tracks prevent this being a masterpiece.
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unsatisfactory
The inspectors said a third of lessons were unsatisfactory.
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lousy (informal)
The menu is limited and the food is lousy.
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pitiful (informal)
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atrocious (informal)
The food here is atrocious.
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abysmal (informal)
The general standard was abysmal.
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crummy (informal)
This is a lot better than some of the crummy places I've stayed in.
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bodger or bodgie (Australian, slang)
(形容词) 
Definition
very serious or extreme
He claimed that he had a terrible pain in his head.We are in terrible trouble.
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serious
His condition was serious but stable.
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desperate
Troops are needed to get food to people in desperate need.
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severe
The fence collapsed during the recent severe weather.
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extreme
people living in extreme poverty
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bad
The pain is often so bad she wants to scream.
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反义词
(形容词) 
Definition
very bad, unpleasant, or unsatisfactory
It was a terrible thing to do to someone.
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unkind
All last summer he'd been unkind to her.
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nasty
He's only nasty to me when there's no-one around to see it.
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off (informal)
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mean
Upstaging the bride was a particularly mean trick.
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dirty (informal)
That was a dirty trick to play.
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beastly (informal)
He must be wondering why everyone is being so beastly to him.
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unacceptable
She left her husband because of his unacceptable behaviour.
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unpleasant
He was very unpleasant indeed.
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shabby
It was hard to know why the man deserved such shabby treatment.
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vile
a vile and despicable crime
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low-down (informal)
They will stoop to every low-down trick.
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hurtful
Her comments were very hurtful to Mrs Green's family.
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out of order (British, informal)
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despicable
He said it was a despicable crime.
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mean-spirited
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contemptible
Her husband is a contemptible little man.
It was an utterly contemptible thing to do.
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shitty (taboo, slang)
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wretched
Politicians – I hate the whole wretched lot of them.
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uncharitable
an uncharitable assessment of the reasons for the failure
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below the belt
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uncalled for
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dirty rotten (informal)
(形容词) 
Definition
very serious or extreme
She's such a terrible show-off.
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right (British, informal)
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impossible (informal)
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awful
I looked awful and felt quite sleepy.
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proper (British, informal)
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outrageous
I must apologize for my friend's outrageous behaviour.
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fearful (informal)
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frightful
He got himself into a frightful muddle.
(形容词) 
Definition
very bad, unpleasant, or unsatisfactory
He said he felt terrible about cancelling the concert.
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guilty
When she saw me, she looked extremely guilty.
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sorry
She was very sorry about all the trouble she'd caused.
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ashamed
He was ashamed at how shabbily he had dressed for the occasion.
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apologetic
The hospital staff were very apologetic about the mistake.
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chastened
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contrite
He was so contrite that he wrote me a letter of apology.
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repentant
a repentant criminal
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guilt-ridden
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remorseful
He was genuinely remorseful.
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regretful
He gave a regretful smile.
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penitent
a penitent sinner
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shamefaced
There was a long silence and my father looked shamefaced.
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full of regret
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self-reproachful

其他同义词

in the sense of abhorrent
Definition
hateful or disgusting
Most people find cruelty to animals abhorrent.
in the sense of abysmal
Definition
extremely bad
The general standard was abysmal.
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bad,
terrible (informal),
godawful (informal)
in the sense of apologetic
Definition
showing or expressing regret
The hospital staff were very apologetic about the mistake.

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