Its chief architect, Sergei Goryaev, was only too happy to oblige the generals - even if it meant aping the neo-classical style of the past that had done so much to give Moscow its oppressive atmosphere.
"What is oppressive to you is solemn and glorious to us," he said. "The Soviet empire's style has many beautiful examples which are among the highlights of 20th century architecture anywhere."他說：「在別人眼中，它可能是高壓，但對我們，它是莊嚴與榮耀。"
hc: "高壓政治"為 oppress (RULE) 此處談的是此種設計風格讓人"有壓迫感"
Definitionoppress (MAKE UNCOMFORTABLE) Show phonetics
to make a person feel uncomfortable or anxious, and sometimes ill:
Strange dreams and nightmares oppressed him.
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when someone feels anxious and uncomfortable:
Several people had experienced the same feeling of oppression when they slept in that room.
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1 causing anxiety:
an oppressive silence
2 If the weather or heat is oppressive, it is too hot and there is no wind:
We were unable to sleep because of the oppressive heat.
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