schmuck / ʃmʌk /


schmuck 的定义

n. 名词 noun


  1. an obnoxious or contemptible person.

schmuck 近义词

n. 名词 noun



  1. It just degrades the entire institution and confirms the worst perceptions people have of Congress and politicians, when a schmuck like that continues to hold the office and sit in a committee room.
  2. But quite unlike the schmuck, and this is the fun part, they never run up the white flag; indeed quite the opposite.
  3. With this they are further tarring the poor schmuck who is fighting off a life-threatening infection: Dr. Craig Spencer.
  4. Unlike that Obama schmuck, who they regard as a total loser.
  5. He played the quintessential Farina role—a lovable schmuck—before the character passed away at the end of Season 2.
  6. By contrast, Anglophones have been using words like schmuck, putz, mamzer, and gonif for only a century or so.
  7. Mr. Schmuck is one of the well known and highly esteemed citizens of Walla Walla.
  8. He gave to the city of Colfax what is known as Schmuck Park and many other evidences of his public spirit could be cited.
  9. Mr. Schmuck sat in his chair with a sweet smile, and putting his hands together twirled his thumbs.
  10. Jacob Schmuck, a distinguished officer in the war of 1812 with England, died.
  11. Mr. Schmuck was an excellent "paterfamilias," and took great care of children.