- v.缺乏，缺少(lack的现在分词); 不足;
- adj.缺乏的; 没有的; 不足的;
She's not usually lacking in confidence.
What is lacking is an insight into the particularity of our societal system.
Lacking sovereignty, they could organise no defence against their oppressors.
Why was military intelligence so lacking?
Her clothes told me nothing: they were about as nondescript and lacking in chic as it was possible to be.
My skin feels tight and lacking in moisture.
But those lacking a family tradition of continuing education still face difficulties.
Nothing is lacking for our plan.
Your problem lies in lacking efficient methods.
His enthusiasm was somewhat lacking in spontaneity, I thought.
They're so lacking in confidence in the attraction of the games they televise that they feel they have to hype up with some hysterical commentator in order to get anyone to watch them.
Because of lacking experience, he often rose to the fly.
Though lacking in fluency, he spoke to the point.
A diet lacking in nutritional value will not keep a person healthy.
They are lacking in nothing, but real happiness.
The girl always complains about lacking suitable raiment.
The final scene was dismayingly lacking in theatrical effect.
The room is lacking in color.
He seems to be lacking in frankness.
His employer had described him as lacking in initiative and drive.
He is lacking in beef.
Nothing is lacking for your happiness.
He was lacking in mathematical training.
Nothing is lacking for the plan.
He must be sadly lacking in intelligence.
She seemed to be lacking in frankness.
Don't you know the crushed worm will turn ? Why are you so lacking in vigilance?
你不知道困兽犹斗 吗 ?为什么这样麻痹大意?
Lacking equipment, we couldn't continue climbing the mountain.
Lacking manure and water, crops won't grow well.
Her times were not exactly impressive, but even so, he sensed there was something trying to get out, something the other coaches had overlooked when they had assessed her and found her lacking.
2016年高考英语江苏卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文收起真题例句
1. not existing;
"innovation has been sadly lacking"
"character development is missing from the book"
2. inadequate in amount or degree;
"a deficient education"
"deficient in common sense"
"lacking in stamina"
"tested and found wanting"