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乖僻的
Simplified 乖僻的
Traditional 乖僻的
Pin Yin
guai1 pi4 de5
English
  • boss-eyed
  • eccentric
  • morose
  • odd
  • screwy
  • sinuous
  • wrongheaded
  • [Medicine] errabund; erratic
Examples:
1. 行为纯正的穷乏人,胜过行事乖僻的富足人。
"Better is the poor man whose ways are upright, than the man of wealth whose ways are not straight."
2. 无赖的恶徒,行动就用乖僻的口。
A good-for-nothing man is an evil-doer; he goes on his way causing trouble with false words;
3. 乖僻的幽默感
A wacky sense of humor
4. 行动正直的,敬畏耶和华。行事乖僻的,却藐视他。
He who goes on his way in righteousness has before him the fear of the Lord; but he whose ways are twisted gives him no honour.
5. 清洁的人,你以清洁待他。乖僻的人,你以弯曲待他。
He who is holy will see that you are holy; but to the man whose way is not straight you will be a hard judge.
6. 他嗜好乖僻的未被任何艺术技巧限定的电影制作(约翰 西蒙)
His appetite for kinky filmmaking, unmitigated by any artistry(John Simon)
7. 他嗜好乖僻的未被任何艺术技巧限定的电影制作(b约翰 西蒙)
His appetite for kinky filmmaking, unmitigated by any artistry(bJohn Simon)
8. 我的确很难过,因为林惇有那样的乖僻的天性。
I was sorry Linton had that distorted nature.
9. 乖僻的脾气坏的,易怒的;乖僻的
Morose or peevish;crabbed.
10. 在一个冷漠、性情乖僻的时代,这一启示是要提醒我们注意一种不引人注目、很少受到人们足够的称赞或颂扬的人类品质:宽厚。
The lesson, in a cold and mean-spirited age, is to remind us of a quiet human quality that is seldom adequately praised or celebrated: Grace.