- adj.麻木的，失去感觉的; 无动于衷的，没感情的;
- 第三人称单数: numbs;
- 过去式: numbed;
- 过去分词: numbed;
- 现在分词: numbing;
- 副词: numbly;
- 名词: numbness;
My legs felt numb and my toes ached.
He could feel his fingers growing numb at their tips.
I was so shocked I went numb.
An injection of local anaesthetic is usually given first to numb the area.
First he had been numb. Then the numbness gave way to anger.
The mother, numb with grief, has trouble speaking.
His fingers were numb with cold.
I had been lying awkwardly and my leg had gone numb.
His dogs were numb with cold.
Her lower members were numb with cold.
My fingersare numb [ stiff ] with cold.
My fingers are numb with cold.
His lower members were numb with cold.
She was numb with grief.
She was numb to all issues other than the question of Dyke's capture.
For moments Nim sat helpless, numb.
I was numB more with fright than with the cold.
I've become so numb I can't feel you there.
His mind had grown suddenly numb; seconds seemed hours.
He was numb with shock.
He finished it in a few mouthfuls, his tongue numb, his heart buoyant.
几口把它吃完, 舌头有些麻木, 心中舒服.
——汉英文学 - 骆驼祥子
But numb people are, allowing themselves'hearts becoming frozen!
You work so hard during days that you hands are both numb.
Let's try acupuncture to see if it produces any effect. Do you feel numb now?
咱们可以试试针刺,看看有效没有? 你感到麻了 吗 ?
We begin to do the acupuncture now, you will feel sour, numb, swell up and painful.
又:我们现在开始针灸, 您会有酸, 麻, 胀,痛的感觉. 怎么翻译比较贴切?
D : Do your arms feel numb?
你胳臂发麻 吗 ?
She still felt numb, dead.
Local anesthetic is now being injected to further numb the skin.
His love life is a mess, and day by day he grows more depressed and numb.
But distinctions that were sharp to us as children become unclear; we are numb to new stimulation, new ideas.
2018年高考英语天津卷 阅读理解 阅读D 原文收起真题例句
1. make numb or insensitive;
"The shock numbed her senses"
1. lacking sensation;
"my foot is asleep"
"numb with cold"
2. (followed by `to') not showing human feeling or sensitivity; unresponsive;
"passersby were dead to our plea for help"
"numb to the cries for mercy"
3. so frightened as to be unable to move; stunned or paralyzed with terror;
"petrified with fear"
"she was petrified by the eerie sound"
"too numb with fear to move"