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heckle

verb [I or T]
 
 
/ˈhek.l̩/
to interrupt a public speech or performance with loud unfriendly statements or questions
打断;诘难;(对…)起哄
A few angry locals started heckling (the speaker).
一些愤怒的当地人开始(对演说者)起哄。
Interrupting and preventing from speaking
heckler
 
 
/ˈhek.lər/ US  /-lɚ/ noun [C]
The heckler was ejected from the hall by a couple of police officers.
起哄的人被几位警察赶出了大厅。
Speakers and talkers
Translations of “heckle”
in Chinese (Traditional) 打斷, 詰問, 激烈質問…
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