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源自古法語 decocciondecoction,源自拉丁語 decoctiō,源自decoquō (将...煮稠),源自de- + coquō (烹煮)



decoction可數 & 不可數,複數 decoctions

  1. 煎熬而成的)浓汁精华煎汁
    • 1749,[Thomas Short],“[Of the Symptoms of Fevers, and Their Cure.] 10th, Of Feverish Heat”,出自 A General Chronological History of the Air, Weather, Seasons, Meteors, &c. in Sundry Places and Different Times; More Particularly for the Space of 250 Years. Together with Some of Their Most Remarkable Effects on Animal (Especially Human) Bodies, and Vegetables. In Two Volumes,卷號II,Printed for T[homas] Longman, in Paternoster-Row; and A[ndrew] Millar, in the Strand, OCLC 912982174, 頁號512–513:
      [I]nſtead of Honey, Rob of Elder, Conſerve of Roſes, or Syrup of Violets; Glyſters, Pedilavia of emollient Decoctions with Nitre; or Elder, Vinegar, or Focus's of the ſame, applied with Sponges behind the Ears, to the Armpits, Groins, Hams, &c. or with Barley-water and a little Roſe-vinegar.
    • 1851Herman MelvilleMoby Dick, Chapter 1:
      The transition is a keen one, I assure you, from a schoolmaster to a sailor, and requires a strong decoction of Seneca and the Stoics to enable you to grin and bear it.
    • 1993,Anthony Burgess, A Dead Man In Deptford:
      Poley offered a hot decoction of blackberries, saying: Peace?
    • 1994,Jeanette Winterson, Art & Lies:
      Witches and devils no longer threaten you and me. We don’t mind living next door to the harmless lady with her herb garden and decoction still, her black cat and red hair.
  2. 煎熬煎煮
    • 1804, The Medical and Physical Journal (page 563)
      Even the fixed principles of vegetables, at least some of them, are injured by long decoction. The extractive matter, for instance, gradually absorbs oxygen from the atmosphere, and is converted into a substance nearly insipid and inert.




decoction f(間接格複數 decoctions,主格單數 decoction,主格複數 decoctions

  1. decoccion 的另一種寫法
    • 1377Bernard de GordonFleur de lis de medecine (a.k.a. lilium medicine):
      IX cuillieres de la dicte decoction