(of bad behaviour) done openly and unashamedly
completely lacking in subtlety; very obvious
彻底外露的; 直白的; 极明显的：
forcing herself to resist his blatant charm.
subject (someone) to military training exercises
a sergeant was drilling new recruits.
infantry /'ɪnf(ə)ntrɪ/ n. 步兵；步兵团
Brit. a course through which the participants must run, negotiating obstacles to be climbed, crawled under, crossed on suspended ropes, etc. , as used for training soldiers
an automatic gun that fires bullets in rapid succession for as long as the trigger is pressed 机关枪, 机枪
Any health programme that tries to alter workers’ behaviour at home also raises privacy issues. There is a long tradition of employers taking an overly paternalistic attitude towards their staff. Titus Salt, a Victorian philanthropist, built a model village for his workers but banned alcohol from the village, smoking on the pathways and “loud behaviour”. Henry Ford, the car maker, had a “sociology department” that would make unscheduled calls on workers to monitor their lifestyles; those who failed to make the grade were paid lower wages.