moron / ˈmɔr ɒn /


moron 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. Informal. a person who is notably stupid or lacking in good judgment: I wonder why they elected that narrow-minded moron to Congress.
  2. Psychology. a person of borderline intelligence in a former and discarded classification of intellectual disability, having an intelligence quotient of 50 to 69.

moron 近义词

n. 名词 noun

stupid person


  1. Half the people around me are morons, half of them are sex-crazed, and half sold out for status.
  2. Now I feel like a total moron and can't believe how badly I screwed up.
  3. The subtext of many smart tech pitches is that you’d be a moron not to buy this.
  4. A total moron who screws up even with inherited wealth, while blustering through life knowing nothing.
  5. Then leaving ashore the sergeant-major, Juan de Moron, in command, he returned to his ship to have it moored and set in order.
  6. Moron val, who looked on, shrugged his shoulders, with a glance at his wife.
  7. The numerous streams which cross the stony pathway all flow to the south, uniting their waters with the Salado de Moron.
  8. Moron and Bagac on the opposite coast each report more than a hundred.
  9. Moron, who was a native of Vaimo, had a small horse which was pretty well trained.