“不出名的”是“infamous”，“unfamous”还是“not famous”？2019-06-07 21:58:30 每日学英语
having a bad reputation, disreputable; of bad report; widely known, especially for something bad
I was shocked by her infamous behaviour.
Nobody likes his because he is an infamous liar.
Unfamous is a somewhat controversial word. It means not famous or not widely known about or respected. It is controversial in the sense that some dictionaries from the United States recognize it as a word, but most spellchecks on computers do not. European dictionaries tend to not recognize it either.
The more common formation is not famous. This can be hyphenated to made an adjective form as well. Though, one should also consider another word such as ordinary, commonplace, or normal.
It's been believed for centuries that great writers, composers and scientists are essentially quite different from ordinary people.
He was a commonplace, mean-looking man who might have been an engineer or technician of some kind.
Statistics indicate that depressed patients are more likely to become ill than are normal people.