英文解释： noun: a hater of mankind
例句： Kevin is such a misanthrope that he refused to attend the Christmas party, claiming that everyone's happiness was "fake" and "annoying."
英文解释： verb: To erroneously attribute; to falsely ascribe; used especially of authorship.
例句： I made a mistake; I misattributed "Crime and Punishment" to Leo Tolstoy when it was actually written by Fyodor Dostoyevsky.
英文解释： verb: interpret in the wrong way
例句： The politician never trusted journalists because he though that they misconstrue his words and misrepresent his positions.
英文解释： noun: a person who breaks the law
例句： "Come back you miscreant!" yelled the woman who just had her purse stolen.
英文解释： noun: a person who doesn't like to spend money (because they are greedy)
例句： Monte was no miser, but was simply frugal, wisely spending the little that he earned.
英文解释： noun: a person who dislikes women in particular
例句： Many have accused Hemingway of being a quiet misogynist, but recently unearthed letters argue against this belief.
英文解释： "verb: make less severe or harsh
verb: lessen the severity of an offense"
例句： "I can only spend so much time mitigating your disagreements with your wife, and at certain point, you need to do it on your own.
If it weren't for the mitigating circumstances, he would have certainly lost his job."
英文解释： noun: a small or moderate or token amount
例句： If my sister had even a modicum of sense, she wouldn't be engaged to that barbarian.
英文解释： verb: to make someone angry less angry; placate
例句： In the morning, Harriat was unable to mollify Harry, if he happened to become angry, unless he had his cup of coffee.
英文解释： noun: significant and important value
例句： Despite the initial hullabaloo, the play was of no great moment in Hampton’s writing career, and within a few years the public quickly forgot his foray into theater arts.