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  • prostrated

    • [ˈprɔsˌtreɪtid]

    释义

    • v.
      使俯伏,使拜倒( prostrate的过去式和过去分词 ); (指疾病、天气等)使某人无能为力;
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    He was prostrated by the loss of his wife.

    他因丧妻而忧郁.

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    They prostrated themselves before the emperor.

    他们拜倒在皇帝的面前.

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    They prostrated themselves before their king.

    他们向国王跪拜行礼。

    辞典例句

    I was prostrated by the heat.

    我热昏了.

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    She was prostrated when he died.

    他死了,她陷入极度的悲痛之中.

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    He prostrated himself before rank and wealth.

    他屈服于地位和财富.

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    The captives prostrated themselves before the conqueror.

    俘虏们俯伏在征服者面前.

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    The old man prostrated himself before the altar.

    那个老人平伏[跪拜]在祭坛前.

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    She was prostrated with fear at seeing him.

    她一见他就胆颤心惊.

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    The typhoon prostrated hundreds of trees.

    台风吹倒了数百棵树.

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    The gale prostrated many trees.

    疾风吹倒了许多树.

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    So he prostrated and praised the Guru for such great favors.

    所以他敬礼与称赞上师给予他如斯大恩.

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    The competitors were prostrated by the heat.

    竞赛者们由于天气炎热而力不从心.

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    She prostrated herself with frustration.

    因受挫她平伏于地上.

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    He was prostrated by illness.

    他因生病极为虚弱.

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