- v.降低( degrade的过去式和过去分词 ); 使降级; 降低…身分; 使丢脸;
The contribution and demands of women have been degraded and ignored.
Was he even spectacularly sick, exceptionally blind, extraordinarily degraded?
难道他真的一身病态, 格外愚昧, 特别堕落 吗 ?
The nucellus is usually degraded and absorbed as the endosperm develops.
He was degraded for disobeying orders.
He was degraded in their eyes.
He was degraded for being drunk and disorderly.
She had come to this town with love and dreams, and the town had degraded her.
The degraded starch and acrylamide - butyl acrylate copolymer have been produced.
本文制得了异相酸降解淀粉和丙烯酰胺 — 丙烯酸丁酯共聚物.
Geneticists believe that man's physical fitness has been degraded.
Only a degraded person can have do such a thing.
Most herbicides were degraded and run off in soil.
Note: Deducting ten points together makes a grade of moral quality degraded.
All of your classmates had blushed for your degraded conduct.
Traceurs fear that their art form is being cheapened degraded.
In anaerobic environments, chlorinated aromatic compounds were usually degraded by reductive dechlorination.
1. unrestrained by convention or morality;
"Congreve draws a debauched aristocratic society"
"deplorably dissipated and degraded"
2. lowered in value;
"the dollar is low"
"a debased currency"