jackass / ˈdʒækˌæs /


jackass 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a male donkey.
  2. a contemptibly foolish or stupid person; dolt; blockhead; ass.

jackass 近义词

n. 名词 noun

a male donkey

jackass 的近义词 7
n. 名词 noun

a stupid or foolish person

jackass 的近义词 7
jackass 的反义词 2
n. 名词 noun

foolish person


  1. Crazytown was populated by jackasses, and media hounds, and some normal citizens as baffled as I was about how we got trapped inside the city walls.
  2. A bottle of the Martinelli Jackass Hill 2010 Zinfandel costs about $100—if you can find it.
  3. And those who take issue with the ice bucket challenge have found an unexpected spokesperson in Jackass alum Steve-O.
  4. Granted, in Siberia they had a lack of calories while we had a limited number of seats in the yard to watch ‘Jackass Part II’.
  5. In that case, best of luck on Sunday night to the makeup team from Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa!
  6. It is now "Academy Award nominated film Jackass Presents: Bad Grandpa."
  7. Then the boys over Jackass way and by the Crossing ought to see it for themselves.
  8. To liken any one to a Jackass is to use very strong language.
  9. Jackass Gulch had once been a rich and thriving surface-mining camp.
  10. These small craft used to be called ‘Jackass’ frigates, but the ‘Dido’ showed that she was not a ‘Jackass’ at all events.
  11. He's always primping with a pocket looking-glass, From the top to the bottom he's a bold Jackass.