insulting英 [ɪnˈsʌltɪŋ] [inˈsʌltiŋ]原级：insult第三人称单数：insults第三人称复数：insults过去分词：insulted过去式：insulted
1. 无礼的：insult 损害 | insulting 无礼的 | insultus 发作
2. 侮辱的：insulter 无礼的人 | insulting 侮辱的 | insultingly 侮辱地
3. 侮辱的,无礼的：Incite:激动,煽动 | Insulting:侮辱的,无礼的 | Debate:争论,辩论
4. 侮辱的; 无礼的; 污蔑的 (形)：insult 傲慢无礼, 刺激, 侮辱 (动) | insulting 侮辱的; 无礼的; 污蔑的 (形) | insultingly 侮辱地; 无礼地 (副)
1. You don't, however, have to take responsibility for the joke, its wit or funniness or tact or potentially insulting or demeaning content; when you submit it we understand you offer it as an example of what this person thought was funny in this circumstance.
2. More insulting are flabby, which suggests loose flesh, and podgy, used especially of fingers and hands.
3. One example is the contemptuous, insulting English term for people of color: Niger.
4. I appreciated you finding my earring, but I didn't care for your attitude. It was very insulting.
5. It is better for me to die than to live, because I have heard insulting calumnies, and I am overwhelmed with grief.
6. Are you going to close that insulting mouth?
7. Think in the way that at the present moment someone is scolding, beating, insulting you, but actually when you open your eyes, there is no such thing.
8. And speaking of insulting everyone, I would offer everyone the even less-palatable lesson that sometimes people make dumb decisions.
9. Mr. Cafferty responded:And the one thing I regret was that some Chinese citizens in China and Chinese-Americans in this country felt like maybe I was insulting them.
卡弗蒂先生回答说：让我感到遗憾（只要读者愿意，` regret `也可理解为`后悔`或`抱歉`——译者注）的一件事是：中国国内的一些老百姓（只要读者愿意，` citizen `也可理解为`公民`或`市民`，但是不要忘了，在美式英语中这个单词一般表示`平民，老百姓`，不包括军队和警察等——译者注）以及现在在美国的一些美籍华人觉得我也许是在侮辱他们。
10. When you know that you are dealing with such people, it can be pointless, embarrassing or even insulting to mark their contributions with the kinds of gestures of gratitude that you might offer to others in comparable cases, and you certainly are not duty-bound to do so.
11. I hate all inspectors as well as any organizations and governments which want to control our thoughts, and I believe these inpectors and rulers are insulting human wisdom intentionally or accidentally.
12. If you` re going to stand here insulting me, just take a hike.
13. If you`re going to stand here insulting me, just take a hike.
14. If I am harsh, insensitive, and insulting in judging others, I can expect
15. Want to enlarge the about insulting a blame suitable scope in criminal law only, abide by legal system strictly, can solve.
16. According to this one regulation, the society that ties this record endangers a gender, this case is accepted with insulting a blame have legal basis completely.
17. Calling it an introduction to the basics of watercolour painting is nonsense, and insulting to the artist.
18. If you joke with him he'll think you're insulting him on purpose.
19. If you joke with him, he'll think you're insulting him on purpose.
20. I think it would be kind of insulting if I would have gone: `Ehum, do you mind if we just eat at Starbucks instead? !
Something that is insulting is rude or offensive.
e.g. The article was insulting to the families of British citizens...
e.g. One of the apprentices made an insulting remark to a passing officer.
Anthony laughed loudly and insultingly...
I have rarely read anything so insultingly sexist as this article.
1. expressing extreme contempt