insult

IPA [ɪnˈsʌlt] KK [ɪnˋsʌlt]

意味

侮辱, 無礼

Robert Kiyosaki 最高の企業 (Robert Kiyosaki The Perfect Business)

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  1. values and completely different sets of advice 0:01:49.490,0:01:53.000 so i don't mean to insult anybody or

    値と完全に異なるセットの アドバイス 0:01:49.490,0:01:53.000 ので、私は誰かを侮辱するつもりはない
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タイム・マシン-パート1 (Part 1 - The Time Machine Audiobook by H. G. Wells (Chs 01-06))

タイム・マシン-パート1 (Part 1 - The Time Machine Audiobook by H. G. Wells (Chs 01-06)) Image 02:11:36
  1. they went off as if they had received the last possible insult.

    彼らは最後の可能な侮辱を受けていたかのように鳴った。
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[英語オーディオブック]不思議の国のアリス (Alice's Adventures in Wonderland Audiobook by Lewis Carrol)

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  1. 'you insult me by talking such nonsense!' 'i didn't mean it!' pleaded poor alice.

    'あなたはそのようなナンセンスを話して私を侮辱!""私はそれを意味しな​​かった!"かわいそうなアリスは申し立てない。
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イエス (JESUS (English))

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レストランで使える基礎英単語 Basic English vocabulary for restaurants

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  1. tip; it's an insult. anyway. i told you i was a waiter? it happened once. hundred-dollar

    ダメです。そんなの侮辱ですよ。最初に、僕がウェイターだったってお話ししましたね。これ一度起こったんです。
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眺めのいい部屋-パート1 (Part 1 - A Room with a View Audiobook by E. M. Forster (Chs 01-07))

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  1. insult would rouse in him a very lion. thank god, chivalry is not yet dead.

    侮辱は、彼の奮起非常にライオンのでしょう。神に感謝、騎士道精神はまだ死んでいないです。
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シャーロック・ホームズの冒険 パート6 (Part 6 - The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes Audiobook by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle (Adventures 11-12))

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  1. i shall not say another word about this business, since you have chosen to insult

    私は、あなたが侮辱することを選択したので、このビジネスについての別の言葉を言ってはならない。
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レンタルと不動産を買うこと (Renting vs. buying a home (part 2))

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  1. and what's even worse, and this is kind of adding insult

    そして更に悪い事に、これは踏んだり蹴ったりの一種で、
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OSHO: My Whole Life is Full of Jokes

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  1. and insult all the other people there.

    そしてすべての客を侮辱しはじめた
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  1. A group of words used to verbally abuse another person
    Your value doesn't even amount to the juice squeezed from an old whore's soiled Tampon. Do your keepers a huge favor: do a triple summersault through the air, and disappear up your own asshole.
  2. Something that is apparently VERY COMMON on this website...
    "****er!"
  3. A way to verbally make someone like you less.
    "Your mom!"
  4. An expression of your feelings towards another person. Usually bad, however in some cultures such as Australia, are often used in a joking manner.
    Peter: [G'day] [asshole]! Vince: [Howzit goin?] you [wanker]. Peter: [Vnizzle] have I ever told you you're a [Tilado]! Vince: Oh [fuck] you [Puckken].
  5. Something that is very common on the internet: a way to offend somebody, by angering or hurting them. The insult "[fuck] you!" is odd, since fucking is a pleasurable activity. "[Rape] you" would make more sense. And "[damn] you", despite that it is considered milder, is actually worse since it is somebody's condemning that you are wishing. "[Whore]" and "[slut]" merely refer to people who sleep around frequently, which is not a bad thing in itself, provided that it is consensual and protected. "[Wart]", "[pimple]", and the like, would make better insults since they are truly unwanted things.
    "Taigh na Galla ort!" Scottish [Gaelic], literally meaning "House of the [Bitch] on you!" which equates to "Damn/fuck you!" Seriously, the insult world in [English] is weird; "fuck you!" when fucking is a pleasurable act. "Go mbeadh cosa gloine fút agus go mbrise an ghloine" [Irish] Gaelic, meaning "May you have glass legs and may the glass break" "Tuiteam gun èirigh ort." ("May you fall without rising.") "'S e as a' bhaile nam guirean a tha thu!" ("It's from the town of the pustules that you are!") "'S e mìr na caca a th'annad!" ("It's a piece of [shit] that you are!") "[George Bush]!" "[Dick Cheney]!" "[Pat Robertson]!" "[Michael Savage]!" "[Fred Phelps]!" "[Westborough Baptist Church]!" "[Rush Limbaugh]!" "[Anita Bryant]!" "[Jerry Falwell]!" "[Ann Coulter]!" "[Pauline Hanson]!" "[Sean Hannity]!" "[Jesse Helms]!" "[Robert Mugabe]!" "[Moral Majority]!" "[Buju Banton]!" "[Conservative]!" "[Sizzla]!" "[Hoku]!" They make more sense; when really thought about, most English insults (or at least their order from lightest to most offensive) don't seem to make much sense.
  6. To hurt someone with words.
    Good insult: Guy1, "Ugly ass, motherfucker." Guy2, "That's not what your mother said last night." >:) Bad insult: Gayguy1, "You poopie!" Gayguy2, "Well.. o.. oh yeah!?"
  7. A combination of meaningful words put together to provoke an idiot
    an insult - i don't think you're a fool, but what's my opinion again thousands of others?
  8. An anti-complement used on someone.
    John just insulted me!
  9. To be mean
    "I shwanged your mum"