英 ['luːdɪkrəs; 'ljuː-]
TEM8 IELTS GRE
1、lud- + -icrous(复合后缀：-ic, -er, -ous).
- ludicrous: see illusion
- ludicrous (adj.)
- 1610s, "pertaining to play or sport," from Latin ludicrus, from ludicrum "a sport, game, toy, source of amusement, joke," from ludere "to play," which, with Latin ludus "a game, play," perhaps is from Etruscan, or perhaps from PIE root *leid- "to play." Sense of "ridiculous" is attested from 1782. Related: Ludicrously; ludicrousness.
- 1. You flatter yourself. Why would we go to such ludicrous lengths?
- 2. It's a completely ludicrous idea.
- 3. A ludicrous thought flashed through Harry's mind.
- 4. It was ludicrous to think that the plan could succeed.
- 5. Grandad looks absolutely ludicrous in old sunhat.
[ ludicrous 造句 ]