Images of German Economy Minister and Green politician Robert Habeck going cap in hand to the Middle East for fossil fuels were greeted with derision by some at home.
And while some, like hen parties, enjoyed the Priscilla persona, there were nights when her entrance was met with derision, or even silence.
虽然有些人，比如母鸡派对，喜欢 Priscilla 的角色，但有些晚上她的出现会遭到嘲笑，甚至是沉默。
He worries that the chamber has become a target of derision.
the act of deriding or treating with contempt
If people are laughing at you, making fun of you, and acting as if you’re worthless, they’re treating you with derision. Derision is mean and attacking — it’s a form of contempt.
Derision is more than just making fun of someone — it’s mocking someone so forcefully and with such venom that you discredit the person completely. Derision can include literally laughing at someone or just treating a person like a joke. You know how celebrities and politicians do embarrassing things from time to time? They’re usually treated with derision afterward: people mock them, treat them with contempt, and try to make the person who messed up seem completely worthless.
They had mocked him through his misery and remorse, mocked him with how hideous a note of cynical derision!
—Brave New World by Aldous Huxley
Of all video games, first-person shooters usually elicit the most confusion, consternation and derision in people who don’t play them.
—Critic?s Notebook: Battlefield 3 and Call of Duty by SETH SCHIESEL
They looked at him as if he were a maniac, pointing with derision at his dandy’s outfit.
—Farewell to Manzanar by Jeanne Houston
derision (n.)"ridicule, mockery, subjection to ridicule or mockery," c. 1400, from Old French derision "derision, mockery" (13c.), from Latin derisionem (nominative derisio) "a laughing to scorn, mockery," noun of action from past-participle stem of deridere "ridicule," from de "down" (see de-) + ridere "to laugh" (see risible).Related entries & more
derision (n.)“嘲笑，嘲弄，屈从于嘲笑或嘲弄，”c。 1400, 源自古法语 derision “嘲笑，嘲弄”（13c.），源自拉丁语 derisionem（主格 derisio）“嘲笑、嘲弄”，源自 deridere “嘲笑”的过去分词词干的动作名词，源自 de “down ”（见 de-）+ridere “笑”（见 risible）。相关条目及更多
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