【英文】
It’s hard to imagine a more egregious(1) case of bad U.S. environmental science than the studies that purported to show leaded gasoline was likely to be harmless. Now, there are multiple lines of evidence showing that during the 1960s and 1970s, millions of children suffered irreversible brain damage, their blood lead levels higher than those measured in victims of the more recent lead contamination disaster in Flint, Michigan.

【単語】
(1) egregious =/ɪˈɡriːdʒəs/
1Outstandingly bad; shocking. ‘egregious abuses of copyright’
2archaic Remarkably good.

【例文】
1) That's the kind of service recovery you'd expect from a decent company, especially after being publicly outed for egregious customer abuse.
2) Keep in mind that I found these egregious examples of bias in a single issue of a single newspaper, randomly chosen.
3) No, the egregious violation was going past the sacred 51 day deadline for replacing a name on the ballot.
4) If you do something outrageous or egregious enough, you can become rich and famous.
5) People have said to him since then that the loss of the title might not be such a bad thing, that such an egregious collapse might well help focus the mind and restore desire in the long run.
6) They are so unprofessional - if a newspaper or a broadcast programme made such an egregious slur they'd print a correction or broadcast an apology.
7) The public has a compelling right to know about egregious examples of nepotism and favoritism like this by public officials.

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