- n.婴儿期，幼年时代; 初期，摇篮时代; [法]未成年;
- 复数: infancies;
to die in infancy
Computing science was still in its infancy.
She had to get out of this place before she regressed to infancy.
He came to England in his infancy.
Their research is only in its infancy.
We were all in our wartime infancy.
The invention is still in its infancy.
He has been bright from infancy.
For my infancy, there was nothing in it remarkable.
This research is only in its infancy.
Intranet technology is still in its infancy and companies are often reluctant to adopt new technology.
Eczema almost always begins in childhood, usually during infancy.
However, the legal framework for private equity in China is still infancy.
Relatively few children are symptomatic in infancy, but the incidence of problems increases sharply in adulthood.
The enjoyment of arts and crafts activities can last through infancy and teenage years into adulthood.
Mesoblastic nephroma, also known as fetal mesenchymal hamartoma or leiomyomatous hamartoma, is predominantly seen in infancy.
中胚层肾瘤, 或者被称为胎儿间叶缺陷瘤或是平滑肌缺陷瘤, 主要发现在幼儿时期.
Our domestic research especial in the mining on this field is still at infancy.
But that will take time, as the legal framework is in its infancy.
His deafness resulted from a fall he had in infancy.
Some men are afraid of books, who not handled them from infancy.
Biliary atresia is a common, cholestatic disease of infancy of unknown cause with a poor prognosis.
胆道闭锁(Biliaryatresia,BA) 是新生儿胆汁郁积最常见的原因, 病因尚不明确,预后差.
The two additional Sabin vaccinations would be deferred until the kids are out of infancy.
The internet It'still in its infancy, but already we see fantastic things appearing by magic.
And a firm reliance on the goodness of that Power whose mercifully protected our national infancy.
Things could be blacker, for the Industrial Revolution was just in its infancy.
Has she not been taught from infancy to look upon that as her ultimate calling?
她难道从婴儿期开始就被教导把这看作她最终的职业 吗 ?
He was abandoned by his parents in infancy.
And, in my earliest infancy, I gave evidence of having fully inherited the family character.
Many industries are going out of infancy and becoming adolescents, Shapiro said.
Experts see a movement toward the use of mobile technology in education, though they say it is in its infancy as professors try to come up with useful applications.
This trend ,which we believe is still in its infancy, effectively began with retailers and travel providers such as airlines and hotels and will no doubt go further.
1. the early stage of growth or development
2. the earliest state of immaturity