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sarcasm (n.)

1570年代, sarcasmus ,来自拉丁语晚期 sarcasmus ,来自希腊语晚期 sarkasmos "讥讽、玩笑、嘲弄、嘲笑",来自 sarkazein "苦口婆心、冷嘲热讽",字面意思是"把肉剥下来",来自 sarx (属性 sarkos )"肉",恰当地说是"一块肉",传统上来自PIE根 *twerk-, *tuerk- "切"(来源也是阿维斯坦 thwares "切"),但Beekes是可疑的。目前的英语单词的形式是来自1610年代。关于用法的细微差别,见 humor (n.)。

Origin and meaning of sarcasm

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Definitions of sarcasm from WordNet

sarcasm (n.)
witty language used to convey insults or scorn; "Satire is a sort of glass, wherein beholders do generally discover everybody's face but their own"--Jonathan Swift;
he used sarcasm to upset his opponent
Synonyms: irony / satire / caustic remark
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