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decrepitude
[dɪˈkrepɪtjuːd] [dɪˈkrepɪtuːd]

  • n. 衰老,老朽

网络释义专业释义英英释义

  破旧

... decrepit adj.衰老的,破旧decrepitude n.衰老、破旧 decry v.责难,贬低(价值) ...

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  老耄

decrepitude(老耄), 此释义来源于网络辞典。

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短语

resist decrepitude 抗衰老

wheat decrepitude 小麦衰老

anti decrepitude 延缓衰老

premature decrepitude 早衰

decrepitude index 番茄

Palsied decrepitude 中风的衰朽

defer decrepitude 延缓衰老

earliness but not decrepitude 早熟不早衰

Bodily decrepitude is wisdom 身体的衰老是一种智慧 ; 年轻时

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  • 衰老 - 引用次数:25

    It can regulate the disorder of body immunity function through regulating the cell gene. It can also slow decrepitude of the body and improve the ability of anti-oxidant and anti-ageing.

    大量实验证明:逆针灸对免疫失调性疾病有较好的预防作用;可调节细胞因子,以达到调整机体的免疫功能失调的目的;可延缓机体的衰老,提高机体组织的抗氧化、抗衰老能力,预示着“逆针灸”在预防医学领域具有广阔的应用前景。

    参考来源 - 逆针对自然更年期大鼠生殖内分泌及免疫功能影响的实验研究

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decrepitude [ di'krepitju:d ]

  • n. a state of deterioration due to old age or long use

    同义词: dilapidation

以上来源于: WordNet

 柯林斯英汉双解大词典 

decrepitude /dɪˈkrɛpɪtjuːd/

  • 1. 

    N-UNCOUNT Decrepitude is the state of being very old and in poor condition. 破旧 [正式]

    例:

    The building had a general air of decrepitude and neglect.

    这座建筑给人一种破旧并且无人问津的总体印象。

同近义词同根词

词根: decrepit

adj.

decrepit 衰老的;破旧的

双语例句权威例句

  • The building had a general air of decrepitude and neglect.

    这座建筑给一种破旧并且无人问津总体印象。

    《柯林斯英汉双解大词典》

  • With this newly widowed patient I imagined that only a life of sadness and decrepitude remained, and I felt bad about it.

    面对这个丧偶寡妇病人以为生命留下悲伤衰老因此感到很难过

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  • The black food has burnable fat and enhances immunity dint, anti - decrepitude, purify to wait various effects inside the body, make girl's son very adoring.

    黑色食品具备燃烧脂肪强化免疫力衰老净化体内多种功效女孩子非常心仪

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  • Intimate rather than expansive, it's tucked inside a stone enclosure that's beguiling in its decrepitude.

    FORBES: In the Yucatan, a pool with a past

  • They find a shocking scene of decrepitude and decay, which Knausgaard records in lucid litanies of fact.

    NEWYORKER: Total Recall

  • Without a clear objective, the cycle of chores that kept the Farley running—the continuous battle against rust and decrepitude—became tedious, eroding morale each day.

    NEWYORKER: Neptune’s Navy

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