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bore

noun (NOT INTERESTING)
讨厌
 
 
/bɔːr/ US  /bɔːr/
[C] disapproving someone who talks too much about boring subjects
令人讨厌的人
I had to sit next to Michael at dinner - he's such a bore.
晚饭时我不得不坐在迈克尔旁边——他这人真讨厌。
People who are boring and old-fashioned
[S] informal an activity or situation that is annoying or unpleasant
使人厌烦的事(或情况)
Ironing is such a bore.
熨烫衣服真烦人。
[+ -ing verb] It's an awful bore cooking a meal every night.
每晚都做饭是件特别讨厌的事。
[+ to infinitive] It's such a bore to have to write this out all over again.
非得将这重新写出来可真烦人。
Inconvenience
(Definition of bore noun (NOT INTERESTING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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