1.N-COUNT恶梦;噩梦;梦魇A nightmare is a very frightening dream.
All the victims still suffered nightmares...
Jane did not eat cheese because it gives her nightmares.
2.N-COUNT令人恐怖的处境;可怕的情景If you refer to a situation as a nightmare, you mean that it is very frightening and unpleasant.
The years in prison were a nightmare.
3.N-COUNT恼人的情景;惹人烦的局面If you refer to a situation as a nightmare, you are saying in a very emphatic way that it is irritating because it causes you a lot of trouble.
Taking my son Peter to a restaurant was a nightmare...
In practice a graduate tax is an administrative nightmare.
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This guy was every woman's worst nightmare.
I remain a prisoner of the blackberry nightmare.
Thank goodness my nightmare was not my reality.
It was every parent's nightmare.
This is a user experience nightmare.
Paying with cash is a nightmare.
The worst geopolitical nightmare of china came true.
The stalls were like a nightmare march fair.
But working with the stuff can be an environmental nightmare.
The nightmare is having knock-on effects.
Kalakuta was a libertarian's dream and a dictator's nightmare.
Now mr ho's nightmare has come true.
Yesterday is a day of nightmare to me.
War would be a nightmare for china.
It would have been a nightmare.
Their nightmare was a rapidly industrializing russia.
Months pass and the nightmare continues.
In retrospect it was a nightmare.
But another sort of nightmare is also beginning to trouble america's conservatives.
This helps to explain why doing business across much of africa is a nightmare.