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admonished 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ədˈmäniSH/,
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admonished, past tense; admonished, past participle; admonishes, 3rd person singular present; admonishing, present participle;
  1. Warn or reprimand someone firmly
    • - she admonished me for appearing at breakfast unshaven
    • - “You mustn't say that, Shiona,” Ruth admonished her
  2. Advise or urge (someone) earnestly
    • - she admonished him to drink no more than one glass of wine
  3. Warn (someone) of something to be avoided
    • - he admonished the people against the evil of such practices

  1. warn: admonish or counsel in terms of someone's behavior; "I warned him not to go too far"; "I warn you against false assumptions"; "She warned him to be quiet"
  2. (admonish) caution: warn strongly; put on guard
  3. (admonish) take to task; "He admonished the child for his bad behavior"
  4. (admonishing) admonitory: expressing reproof or reproach especially as a corrective
  5. (admonishment) admonition: a firm rebuke
  6. Admonition (or "being admonished") is a punishment under Scots law when an offender has been found guilty but is neither imprisoned nor fined but receives a verbal warning and is afterwards set free; the conviction is still recorded. ...
  7. (Admonish (band)) Admonish is a Swedish black metal band formed in 1994. They were one of the first bands in the Christian black metal movement and the first Christian black metal group in Sweden. ...
  8. (admonish) To warn or notify of a fault; to reprove gently or kindly, but seriously; to exhort; To counsel against wrong practices; to caution or advise; to warn against danger or an offense; — followed by of, against, or a subordinate clause; To instruct or direct; to inform; to notify
  9. (Admonish) To advise or caution. For example the court may caution or admonish counsel for wrong practices.
  10. (Admonish (Youth Court)) A formal warning or reprimand given by the Youth Court Judge to a young person who has been proven to have committed, or admitted to committing, an offence (i.e. the Youth Court equivalent of 'convicted').
  11. (Admonish) An admonition must be given with brotherly affection and with "mercy unrestrained."
  12. (Admonish) rebuke somebody; advise somebody
  13. (admonish) (d-mnsh) tr.v. ad·mon·ished, ad·mon·ish·ing, ad·mon·ish·es
  14. (admonish) Warn, to reprove mildly.
  15. To admonish someone means you feel betrayed and feel it necessary express your feelings in a very visible way.
  16. To admonish your child, or son, or some young person, denotes that your generous principles will keep you in favor, and fortune will be added to your gifts.
  17. (Admonishing) (v.) to reprove or scold. "The man in the front row gave them another admonishing look"(141).
  18. (Admonishment) An authoritative statement made to the jury by the judge regarding their conduct as jurors.