he is inherently decent 意味

発音を聞く:
  • 生まれつき品がある
  • inherently:    {副} : 生得的に、本質的にA gun is an inherently dangerous instrument.Our missions are inherently dangerous.Hypnotic testimony is inherently unreliable.
  • decent:    decent adj. 品位のある; かなりの; 適当な; 親切な.【副詞】Ford, who succeeded him, was a basically decent person.彼の後任のフォードは基本的に礼節を持ち合わせた人だったAny half decent grammar book would make this clear.《口語》 よほどひどいものでなければどんな文法書でもこ
  • person who was decent has moments of just stupidity where he does very bad things:    しごくまっとうな人間{にんげん}だったのがつかのま愚かさにはまってすごく悪いことをする

隣接する単語

  1. "he is ineligible to collect social security benefit(s)" 意味
  2. "he is inept at ball games" 意味
  3. "he is inexcusably careless with my money" 意味
  4. "he is inextricably entangled in the affair" 意味
  5. "he is infirm of purpose" 意味
  6. "he is innocent of grammar" 意味
  7. "he is innocent of this crime" 意味
  8. "he is innocent, so far as we can gather from circumstantial evidence" 意味
  9. "he is inordinately proud of his moustache" 意味
  10. "he is inextricably entangled in the affair" 意味
  11. "he is infirm of purpose" 意味
  12. "he is innocent of grammar" 意味
  13. "he is innocent of this crime" 意味
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