idiot / ˈɪd i ət /


idiot 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. Informal. an utterly foolish or senseless person: If you think you can wear that outfit to a job interview and get hired, you're an idiot!
  2. Psychology. a person of the lowest order in a former and discarded classification of intellectual disability, having a mental age of less than three years old and an intelligence quotient under 25.

idiot 近义词

n. 名词 noun

very stupid person


  1. If he says he’d much rather see you having sex with your ex, he’s an idiot.
  2. The only way you become not an idiot is learning why you were an idiot.
  3. I mean, when I hear the word “Dad,” what that means is, I’m an idiot.
  4. He’s our unquestioned leader and, you know, we’re not idiots.
  5. So I wanted them to see a more human aspect of me, and not just that I’m some idiot doing things that they don’t agree with.
  6. By Monday evening, it had been leaked to the blogger The Two-Bit Idiot, who published it on the Web.
  7. Over the next few months Davy Rothbart will be touring around America to promote his new book, My Heart Is an Idiot.
  8. My Heart Is an Idiot: Essays By Davy Rothbart A young essayist is often a victim of his own open heart.
  9. In honor of ‘Our Idiot Brother,’ opening Friday, watch 11 dumbest movie brothers, from Fredo to Bart Simpson.
  10. (“Ooh, she looks so cute,” whispered one upon sighting Zooey Deschanel, who also stars in My Idiot Brother).
  11. “There are plenty of others, and the way they refute one another is to me a constant source of delight,” said the Idiot.
  12. “I think I can spot the sender,” said the Idiot, fixing his eyes sternly upon the Poet.
  13. “On the modern business principle that to accomplish anything you must work on a large scale,” said the Idiot.
  14. “To make the appeal stronger, let me take the month of July, which is now on,” resumed the Idiot.
  15. I guess he was a cousin of yours, all right,” laughed the Doctor; “that scheme bears the Idiot brand.