嘲笑, 愚弄, 笑柄
嘲笑, 嘲弄, 愚弄
耻笑, 嘲弄, 讥笑
n.language or behavior intended to mock or humiliate
v.subject to laughter or ridicule
○ The satirists ridiculed the plans for a new opera house
○ The students poked fun at the inexperienced teacher
○ His former students roasted the professor at his 60th birthday
bring into ridicule (=cast [pour] ridicule upon; cover with ridicule; hold up to ridicule; turn into [to] ridicule)
嘲笑, 讽刺, 挖苦
hold sb. [sth.] up to ridicule
pour ridicule on sb. [sth.]
lay oneself open to ridicule
They pelted him with ridicule and vilification.
We should be APT to Ridicule and Despise its Vanity, Partial Judges that we are! Of our own Excellencies, and other Men' s Faults.
In order to escape that demeaning ridicule and reclaim my dignity, I decided to run FOR Vice President "the USA
German dramatist noted for his ridicule of romanticism,his more than200lively dramas,and his quarrels with Goethe.
Their ridicule stung HIM into making a sharp reply.
I can't fIgure out why they rIdIcule thIs constructIve suggestIon.
It's not fair to hold ME up to ridicule because I can't spell
It's not fair to hold ME up to ridicule because I can't spell.
It's not fair to hold Me.up to ridicule because I can't spell
It's not fair to hold Me.up to ridicule because I can't spell.