- adj.卧倒的; 被某事物所制服的; 瓦解的; 无能为力的;
- vt.使俯伏，使拜倒; （指疾病、天气等）使某人无能为力;
- 第三人称单数: prostrates;
- 过去式: prostrated;
- 过去分词: prostrated;
- 现在分词: prostrating;
Percy was lying prostrate, his arms outstretched and his eyes closed.
I was prostrate with grief.
They fell prostrate in worship.
She was prostrate on the floor.
The Yankees had the South prostrate and they intended to keep It'so.
The prisoners were forced to lie prostrate in front of their captors.
France no doubt would have lain prostrate under the German rule.
Bundy struck a match and held it over the prostrate figure.
All the rest of them are dancing over his prostrate form.
The insect , writhed, and lay prostrate again.
The chair collapsed , leaving Jeo prostrate.
Italy lies prostrate under her miseries and disasters.
She was prostrate with grief after his death.
Once France was prostrate, he must if possible conquer or destroy Great Britain.
The young mother was prostrate with grief at her baby's death from pneumonia.
1. get into a prostrate position, as in submission
2. render helpless or defenseless;
"They prostrated the enemy"
3. throw down flat, as on the ground;
"She prostrated herself with frustration"
1. stretched out and lying at full length along the ground;
"found himself lying flat on the floor"
2. lying face downward
stratum[[n.[地] 地层, [生]组织的层, 社会阶层]]母词鷑.地层,层
stratum [地] 地层, [生]组织的层, 社会阶层
strat扩散,引申为'层次'+um→n.[地] 地层, [生]组织的层, 社会阶层