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  • noun
    a feeling that someone or something is not worthy of any respect or approval [noncount]
    He spoke with contempt in his voice.
    She has contempt for them. = She holds them in contempt. [singular]
    a lack of respect for or fear of something that is usually respected or feared [noncount]
    [noncount] law :speech or behavior that does not show proper respect to a court or judge
    She was arrested for contempt of court.
    beneath contempt
    completely bad or worthless - used to describe someone or something that is too bad to deserve any respect
    She's a liar who is beneath contempt.
    familiarity breeds contempt

    * Các từ tương tự:
    contemptible, contemptuous