decrepit

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源自中古法語 décrépit,源自拉丁語 decrepitus (非常老的),源自crepare (嘎吱作响)

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  • IPA(幫助)/dɪˈkɹɛp.ɪt/
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decrepit比較級 more decrepit最高級 most decrepit

  1. (指人) 老态龙钟的;(指物) 破旧不堪
    • 1834Letitia Elizabeth LandonFrancesca Carrara,卷號2, 頁號79-80:
      Sorrow is subdued by strong necessity; there is no cause why life should be lengthened for our love; and we feel that the worn and the decrepit do but go down into that grave which had received youth, health, beauty,—all that made existence precious—long before.
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    • 2021年12月15日,Robin Leleux,“Awards honour the best restoration projects: The Network Rail Community Award: Saltash and Stow”,出自 RAIL,期號946, 頁號58:
      Two entrants shared this award for their work on two quite different stations, but with the same purpose of bringing a redundant station building back into use for the benefit of the community, with the added result of conserving an historic building. Saltash Town Council bought Saltash station building after it had become very decrepit and 'an eyesore' - such that it was nearly pulled down to make way for housing.
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源自法語 décrépit,源自拉丁語 decrepitus

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decrepit m n(陰性 單數 decrepită,陽性 複數 decrepiți,陰性和中性 複數 decrepite

  1. 老态龙钟的;破旧不堪

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