monster monitor minister 【根】monstr＝to show（显示）
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[Date: 1200-1300; Language: French; Origin: monstre, from Latin monstrum 'warning, monster', from monere 'to warn']
An imaginary or legendary creature, such as a centaur or Harpy, that combines parts from various animal or human forms. A creature having a strange or frightening appearance.
An animal, a plant, or other organism having structural defects or deformities.
Pathology. A fetus or an infant that is grotesquely abnormal and usually not viable.
A very large animal, plant, or object.
One who inspires horror or disgust: a monster of selfishness.
Informal. Extremely large; monstrous
2. 怪兽, 巨兽; 妖怪
3. 残忍的人, 恶人, 极丑陋的人
4. 巨人, 巨物; 极可怕的东西
5. 【医】畸胎; 畸形的动植物
His imagination transformed shadows into monsters.
One that is monstrous.
The quality or character of being monstrous.
2. 怪物, 异常大的东西
Shockingly hideous or frightful.
Exceptionally large; enormous: a monstrous tidal wave.
Deviating greatly from the norm in appearance or structure; abnormal.
Of or resembling a fabulous monster.
2. 异形的; 畸形的
3. 怪异的; 荒诞的
4. 令人吃惊的; 恐怖的
I felt the soil creep and heave beneath me, like some monstrous serpent.
To say or plead in protest, objection, or reproof.
To reason or plead in protest; present an objection. See Synonyms at object.
He remonstrated to his wife that she was too careless.
He often remonstrated with others about unimportant matter.
Characterized by remonstrance; expostulatory.
One that remonstrates.
adj. 抗议的; 谏言的, 忠告的
n. 抗议者; 诤谏者, 忠告者
The act of showing or making evident.
Conclusive evidence; proof.
An illustration or explanation, as of a theory or product, by exemplification or practical application.
A manifestation, as of one's feelings.
A public display of group opinion, as by a rally or march
We watched the demonstration from our windows.
The teacher gave a demonstration of the law of gravity.
One that demonstrates, such as a participant in a public display of opinion.
An article or product used in a demonstration.
1. 示范者, 表演者; 示范教具
Serving to manifest or prove.
Involving or characterized by demonstration.
Given to or marked by the open expression of emotion: an affectionate and demonstrative family.
Grammar. Specifying or singling out the person or thing referred to: the demonstrative pronouns these and that.
A demonstrative pronoun or adjective.
1. 论证的, 证实的; 令人信服的; 说明的
3. 易动感情的, 感情外露的
The exhibition is demonstrative of many problems in the city.
Not disposed to expressions of feeling; reserved
adj. 不露声色的, 谨慎的, 克制的