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stomach

verb [T usually in negatives]     /ˈstʌm.ək/
to be able to accept an unpleasant idea or watch something unpleasant 能够容忍,承受得住(令人不快的想法或景象) He can't stomach the idea that Peter might be the next chairman. 他一想到彼得可能会出任下届主席就很不舒服。 She found the violence in the film hard to stomach. 她觉得这部电影中的暴力场面令人难以忍受。 Tolerating and enduringCoping and not copingDealing with things or people
Translations of “stomach”
in Chinese (Traditional) 能夠容忍,承受得住(令人不快的想法或景象)…
(Definition of stomach verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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