- n.传染; 接触传染; 道德败坏; 歪风
- 复数: contagions;
In recent weeks, the financial contagion has spread to Europe, Asia, and scores of developing nations.
最近几个星期来, 金融问题蔓延到欧洲 、 亚洲和几十个发展中国家.
The product contagion effect has numerous implications for marketing managers and retailers.
The growth of derivatives and modern information technology also contributed to this speed of the contagion.
A contagion of fear swept through the crowd.
One route is financial contagion.
Fear spread through the crowd like a contagion , ie quickly and harmfully.
With such precautions the courtiers might bid defiance to contagion.
Contagion effect is the key problem of the Banking Systemic Risk ( BSR ).
Amid this contagion that would have been reckless.
Racial hatred is a contagion.
Problems in Greece and consequential contagion in Europe might only aggravate capital flows to emerging economies.
And the financial contagion is still spreading. What market is next?
这场金融传染病还在蔓延. 下一个受害的市场又会是谁 呢 ?
Finally, is this the end of the story of crisis and contagion?
最终, 这场危机和传染结束了 吗 ?
There are still grounds for worrying about contagion.
Financial market contagion, many have come to think, is a thing of the pigs might fly.
The growth of derivatives and modern information technology also contributed to the speed of the contagion.
Korea was always Asia's most obvious trouble spot for financial contagion.
So far at least, there had not been significant contagion to debt markets outside Europe.
The Fed will look for signs that its moves have stopped the contagion.
First, the 1997 banking crisis had given Japan a taste of the horrors of contagion.
Some diseases spread by contagion.
And it's not just in sterile study settings that the contagion of happiness is spreading.
It is easy to imagine product contagion occurring between lard and baking pans and so forth.
Publicity dramatically accelerates the spread of the contagion.
There is no risk of contagion.
I'm a blood donor; I can't risk any contagion.
He continues to insulate his country from the contagion of foreign ideas.
They have been reluctant to admit AIDS patients, in part because of unfounded fears of contagion.
1. any disease easily transmitted by contact
2. an incident in which an infectious disease is transmitted
3. the communication of an attitude or emotional state among a number of people;
"a contagion of mirth"
"the infection of his enthusiasm for poetry"
〔接触〕传染：疾病由一个体传给另一个体 传染病 〔接触〕传染物