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absurd

adjective     /əbˈsɜːd/ US  /-ˈsɝːd/
stupid or unreasonable; silly in a humorous way 荒謬的,荒唐的;愚蠢的;可笑的 What an absurd thing to say! 這話多荒唐啊! Don't be so absurd! Of course I want you to come. 別說傻話了!我當然想讓你來。 It's an absurd situation - neither of them will talk to the other. 這情形真是讓人哭笑不得——他們誰也不願意理誰。 Do I look absurd in this hat? 我戴這頂帽子是不是很滑稽? Stupid and sillyOf unsound mind
the absurd
things that happen that are stupid or unreasonable 荒誕(的事物);悖理 The whole situation borders on the absurd. 整個局面幾乎到了荒誕不經的地步。 She has a keen sense of the absurd. 她對荒誕事物有敏銳的識別能力。 Stupid and sillyOf unsound mind
absurdly     /əbˈsɜːd.li/ US  /-ˈsɝːd-/ adverb
You're behaving absurdly. 你的行為很怪誕。 It was absurdly expensive. 這貴得離譜。 Stupid and sillyOf unsound mind
absurdity     /əbˈzɜː.dɪ.ti/ /-ˈsɜː-/ US  /-ˈzɝː.də.t̬i/ noun [C or U]
Standing there naked, I was suddenly struck by the absurdity of the situation. 我一絲不掛地站在那裡,一下子陷入了一種無助的荒誕感之中。 There are all sorts of absurdities in the proposal. 提議裡不乏荒誕不經的怪談。 Stupid and sillyOf unsound mind
Translations of “absurd”
in Arabic سَخيف…
in Korean 터무니 없는…
in Malaysian tidak masuk akal…
in French absurde…
in Turkish çok saçma, aptalca…
in Italian assurdo…
in Russian нелепый…
in Polish absurdalny…
in Vietnamese ngớ ngẩn…
in Spanish absurdo…
in Portuguese absurdo, ridículo…
in Thai ไม่เป็นเหตุเป็นผล…
in German absurd…
in Catalan absurd…
in Japanese ばかばかしい, 常識に反した…
in Indonesian tidak masuk akal…
in Chinese (Simplified) 荒谬的,荒唐的, 愚蠢的, 可笑的…
(Definition of absurd from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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