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ADJ-GRADED 有病的;不健康的 Someone who is ill is suffering from a disease or a health problem.
In November 1941 Payne was seriously ill with pneumonia...
1941 年 11 月,佩恩得了严重的肺炎。
I was feeling ill...
N-COUNT 困难;难题 Difficulties and problems are sometimes referred to as ills .
His critics maintain that he's responsible for many of Algeria's ills.
...various potions that would cure all ills.
N-UNCOUNT 坏;恶行;伤害 Ill is evil or harm.
They say they mean you no ill.
ADV-GRADED 同 badly Ill means the same as 'badly'.
The company's conservative instincts sit ill with competition.
ADJ 有害的;讨厌的 You can use ill in front of some nouns to indicate that you are referring to something harmful or unpleasant.
She had brought ill luck into her family...
He says that he bears no ill feelings towards Johnson.
PHRASE 承受不起;负担不起 If you say that someone can ill afford to do something, or can ill afford something, you mean that they must prevent it from happening because it would be harmful or embarrassing to them.
It's possible he won't play but I can ill afford to lose him...
We can ill afford another scandal...
PHRASE 是坏的征兆 If something bodes ill or augurs ill, it gives you a reason to fear that something harmful might happen soon.
It's an ominous development that may bode ill for the Russian parliament.
PHRASE 突然生病 If you fall ill or are taken ill, you suddenly become ill.
Shortly before Christmas, he was mysteriously taken ill...
She fell ill with measles.
PHRASE 不论好歹 If you say that something is happening or will happen for good or ill, you mean that it is out of anyone's control whether it happens and what its effects will be.
Recent events should make everyone modest about saying what cannot happen there, for good or ill.