英 [d?'s?mjule?t] 美 [d?'s?mjule?t]
- v. 掩饰；假装；装糊涂
- Checked motifs dissimulate their patterns under a layer of black pigments.
The long dissimulated Atheism of Mill is now avowed.出自： St G. J. Mivart
The nearer he had come to dissimulating his bile the higher it had risen in his throat.出自： W. Golding
Most people conceal a good deal of what they feel; Edith did not dissimulate.出自： V. Glendinning