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    depression查询结果如下:

    音标:[dɪ'preʃn]
    名词复数:depressions 词频:高频常用词

    基本释义/说明: n.沮丧;萧条
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    n.
    ①[U]降低;
    barometric depression
    气压的降低.
    depression of freezing point of water by addition of salt
    因加盐于水而使冰点降低.
    an angle of depression
    【数】俯角.
    ②[U]【心】抑郁;情绪低落;
    He is in a state of deep depression.
    他情绪低落.
    ③[U]【医】;
    nervous depression
    神经衰弱.
    suffer from (be affected with) depression
    患神经衰弱.
    ④[C]凹陷;
    Every depression in the bad road was filled with water.
    那坏路上的每一坑凹都积满了水.
    ⑤[C]【气】低(气)压;
    ⑥[C]衰落;不景气;
    a business depression
    商业不景气.
    -扩展释义
    n.
    1. 沮丧,意气消沉[C][U]2. 不景气,萧条(期)[C]3. 凹地,洼地[C]4. 【气】低气压[C]5. 压低;降低,下沉[U][C]
    The Depression reduced many to Begging on street corners.
    萧条使许多人沦落到街头乞讨
    【法律专业】
    抑郁症
    n. 【化学】
    ;抽空,沉降
    Surface subsidence (ground depression)caused by the overuse of ground water
    过度抽取地下水引起的地面沉降
    n. 【机械】
    下降;
    【海运】
    低度(负高度),低气压,俯角,伏角,(海底)低洼地,(没有出路的)深坑,抽空,抑制负高度(天体)低气压(气导)
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    形容词 变体/同根词

    reducing functional or nervous activity.
    “Alcohol has a stronger and faster depressant effect on the brain, causing memory loss and problems with coordination.”
    (economics) Resembling a depression
    “El Centro has the highest unemployment rate in the nation, a depressionlike 22.6 percent.”
    (economics) Characteristic of a depression
    depressible的异体字
    Capable of being depressed (pushed down).
    “It has a small, depressible head piece, with a narrow channel running through it.”
    “User selectable switches for setting the desired functional operation of the apparatus and a manually depressible panic button are also provided.”
    “Palatine with 3-4 rows of depressible teeth, teeth directed posteromedially.”

    名词 变体/同根词

    The state of being depressive.
    “Depression or depressiveness in patients diagnosed with anorexia nervosa and bulimia nervosa-Pilot research.”
    “Decrease in heart rate variability response to task is related to anxiety and depressiveness in normal subjects.”
    “It has something to do with people who are by nature depressives seeking out pursuits that almost demand depressiveness.”
    The state or quality of being depressed.
    The state or quality of being depressing.
    Anything that depresses || An instrument used to push something out of the way during an examination || Any of several muscles that pull down || Anything that lowers blood pressure
    “He opened a clear jar on a nearby counter and pulled out a simple wooden tongue depressor.”
    “Make a buttonholer from a tongue depressor or craft stick with a loop of string through a hole in one end of it.”
    “After I described my symptoms and he stuck a tongue depressor down my throat, he sent me down the hall for a blood test, which cost 15 yuan.”

    动词 变体/同根词

    To press down. || To make depressed, sad or bored. || To cause a depression or a decrease in parts of the economy. || To bring down or humble; to abase (pride, etc.). || (mathematics) To reduce (an equation) in a lower degree.
    “Make a habit of rejecting those thoughts that depress you.”
    “If you′re using a touchpad or trackball mouse, use your thumb to depress the button to the left of the pad or ball.”
    “A rumor of pollution on the local beach is enough to depress the market value of all of the hotels in town.”
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