- 美[ˌpriːməˈtʃʊr , ˌpriːməˈtʊr]
- adj.过早的; 提前的; 早产的; 草率的
- 副词: prematurely;
The symptoms are seemingly random stoppages in production and premature failures in the electronics.
The premature baby is doing well.
He was snatched away by premature death.
We think it premature for us to discuss the question of agency at the present stage.
Thus, far from being stabilising, premature fiscal retrenchment threatens destabilisation of the world economy.
因此, 过早实施财政紧缩非但不会产生稳定效应, 反而会威胁到全球经济的稳定.
But Senegal has a few betters incubators in which to keep premature babies warm.
To realize the value of ONE MONTH, ask a mother who a premature baby.
Iftheouterenvelopeisnotmarkedasinstructedabove, XX Company will assume no responsibility forthemisplacementor premature opening of the tender.
Indeed, having a credible plan is the way to avoid premature reversal of policies.
The doctors were zealous in their efforts to ensure the survival of premature babies.
Objective : To identify the risk factors of Spontaneous premature delivery.
Even if the attempt was premature, but also better than abortive strategy.
Scientists have long speculated cigarette smoke may accelerate hair loss and premature graying.
For enterprises and service providers, the use of network processors ensures against premature product obsolescence.
I had been a little too premature in coming to this conclusion.
Every father should insure himself against premature death or prolonged illness for the sake of his wife and children.
It would be premature to forecast the outcome.
It is yet premature to predict the possible outcome of the dialogue.
A fire caused the premature closing of the exhibition.
his premature death at the age of 37
Accidents are still the number one cause of premature death for Americans.
Premature birth is the main cause of perinatal mortality.
His career was brought to a premature end by a succession of knee injuries.
It is premature to speculate about the resumption of negotiations.
I think it's premature for restaurants to come out with that advice.
Even very young premature babies respond to their mother's presence.
Premature babies have to be fed intravenously.
Premature moves in this respect might well provoke a reaction against the reform.
When my daughter Emma was born she was two and a half months premature.
Premature birth is three times more likely for twins, and delivery at 36 to 38 weeks is normal.
"One of the risk factors for premature deaths is the air we breathe, over which individuals have little control," he said.
2018年12月四级真题（第一套）阅读 Section A
Since tobacco is one of the biggest causes of premature death in the UK, a measure that tames the habit even by a fraction is worth trying.
Premature death rates resulting from smoking have declined.
The zones do deliver some improvements to air quality, and the science tells us that means real health benefits - fewer heart attacks, strokes and premature births, less cancer, dementia and asthma.
2020年考研真题（英语二）阅读理解 Section Ⅱ收起真题例句
1. born after a gestation period of less than the normal time;
"a premature infant"
2. too soon or too hasty;
"our condemnation of him was a bit previous"
"a premature judgment"
3. uncommonly early or before the expected time;
"illness led to his premature death"
"alcohol brought him to an untimely end"