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He looked like a zombie the morning after he went out drinking.
He looks like a zombie the morning after he goes out drinking.
||The government initially tried to fight the “smombie” (a portmanteau of “smartphone” and “zombie ”) epidemic by distributing hundreds of stickers around cities imploring people to “be safe” and look up.|| This seems to have had little effect even though, in Seoul at least, it recently replaced the stickers with sturdier plastic boards.
Europe′s zombie banks
属类：时事政治-经济学人双语版-经济学人:Europe′s zombie banks 欧洲的僵尸
Banks are central to Europe′s prospects.|| The fear, especially in peripheral economies, is arepeat of Japan′s experience in the 1990s, when “zombie ” banks staggered along for years,neither healthy enough to lend to firms nor weak enough to collapse.|| There are the sameunvital signs in Europe. The average price-to-book ratio for European banks remains below one,suggesting that investors think lenders are worth more dead than alive. In America, wherebanks were recapitalised quickly, the ratio exceeds one. Italy′s two big lenders, UniCreditand Intesa Sanpaolo, have ratios of 0.34 and 0.42 respectively.
属类：时事政治-经济学人双语版-经济学人:Europe′s zombie banks 欧洲的僵尸
First, they must tackle India′s rotten banks. That might sound like a technical quibble—it is anything but. Bad debts have soared as the economy has slowed and infrastructure projects have got snared by red tape.|| Banks have chosen to “extend and pretend” loans to zombie firms.|| The cost of cleaning up banks′ balance sheets could be as high as 4% of GDP—slightly larger, in relative terms, than Wall Street′s bail out. But until the banks are fit enough to finance a new cycle of investment, no recovery will happen. Deeper financial reform is vital, too. Banks are forced to buy government bonds, giving politicians a blank cheque to borrow. Limiting that would help end the habit of reckless public deficits.
but still possessed of roots and an above-ground stump, to continue a zombie-like existence for years—even decades.
“Go to sleep at a decent hour so you′re not a zombie in the morning, ” she adds without missing a beat.
The new zombie-ant researchis detailed in the May 9 issue of the journal BMC Ecology.
The zombie syndrome has an important antecedent.
“No, I was trying to see if I could create the ′Living Dead, ′” he says, while making zombie motions with his head and hands.
“I felt like a zombie in the afternoons, ” he said.
RS: “And now we have words like ′good bank′ and ′bad bank′ and ′zombie bank. ′ What are those? ”
The “stunned” zombie is not allowed to tag a human for a predetermined length of time.
Japan′s zero interest rates allowed “zombie ” companies to survive in the 1990s.
In the mid-90s J Yuenger, guitarist from the band White Zombie , had a monthly article in Guitar World magazine.
After nine months, her parents removed her from the cult and snapped her out of her zombie-like trance.
Carl glared at him like Jeff had been bitten by a zombie and might turn at any moment.
The LSND signal may become something much worse than sterile neutrinos: zombie neutrinos that can′t be brought to life or killed.
MacIntyre is not involved in the contact lens product, but he helped develop an augmented-reality zombie shooter game.
Swords are cool because all guns are starting pistols for the “Chase the human” zombie marathon.
Standard all-wheel drive means you′ll have traction even when the ground is slick with zombie gore.
But compared to Zombie and Halloween wedding, the Gothic theme doesn′t sound too bad.
Though your shambling rotomatic corpse will be slightly better at stumbling through underbrush than your zombie colleagues.
FROM a corner of the room, Mr Darcy watched Elizabeth and her sisters work their way outward, beheading zombie after zombie as they went.
But it′s one thing to make deals to advance your goals; it′s another to open the door to zombie ideas.
1.(in popular fiction) a person or reanimated corpse that has been turned into a creature capable of movement but not of rational thought, which feeds on human flesh.
‘a world overrun by _zombies_ ’
‘a horde of mindless _zombies_ craving brains’
2.A cocktail consisting of several kinds of rum, liqueur, and fruit juice.
‘Try drinking the _Zombie_ , but don’t have too many.’
3.A computer controlled by another person without the owner's knowledge and used for sending spam or other illegal or illicit activities.
‘Malware authors are creating 150 _zombies_ a week.’
‘The _zombies_ mount attacks by flooding servers with traffic til they can’t cope.’
4.A corpse said to be revived by witchcraft, especially in certain African and Caribbean religions.
‘Basically, it’s all about consciousness, and in the voodoo religions, _zombies_ are bodies without soul.’
‘The living dead in pop culture are no doubt inspired by the great voodoo _zombie_ legend of Haiti in the heart of the Caribbean.’
5.A hypothetical being that responds to stimulus as a person would but that does not experience consciousness.
‘This is a being that would be hugely different behaviorally from a normal human being, an unmotivated, listless vegetable, while a philosopher’s _zombie_ , by definition, is as lively and (apparently) motivated as anybody could be.’
‘While the _zombie_ argument raises a problem for physicalism’s metaphysical claims about the relations between mind and body, the explanatory gap argument raises a problem for physicalism’s understanding of consciousness.’
6.A person who is or appears lifeless, apathetic, or completely unresponsive to their surroundings.
‘As D-Day approached I became a _zombie_ , all distant stares and unresponsive grunts.’
‘And before any brainwashed _zombie_ starts screaming that I am trivialising rape, it is this very situation which is doing so.’
独上高台望四海 手揽云月傍天飞， 落叶重重已十月 归鸟凄凄啼心扉。