remarkverb [ T ]uk /rɪˈmɑːk/ us /rɪˈmɑːrk/
[ + (that) ] Dr Johnson once remarked (that) "When a man is tired of London, he is tired of life." 約翰遜博士曾說道，「當一個人厭倦了倫敦時，他也就厭倦了人生。」
- The judge remarked that ignorance was not a valid defence.
- Sydney Smith, a notable wit, once remarked that he never read a book before he reviewed it because it might prejudice his opinion of it.
- I was remarking on the recent profusion of books and articles on the matter.
- I was just remarking on how well you two normally get on with each other.
- She remarked that the award was more than she was expecting.
remarknoun [ C ]uk /rɪˈmɑːk/ us /rɪˈmɑːrk/
- He made some derogatory remark about her appearance.
- It was an innocent remark, I didn't mean to hurt his feelings.
- I don't think she intended me to hear the remark.
- Unkind remarks are one of his specialities.
- He addressed a few introductory remarks to the audience.