- 美[ ˈruːtɪd]
- adj.生根的，有根的; 固定的，根深蒂固的;
His problems are deeply rooted in his childhood experiences.
Uniquely among the great world religions, Buddhism is rooted only in the universal experience of suffering known to all human beings.
We just stopped there, rooted to the spot.
Racism is a deeply rooted prejudice which has existed for thousands of years.
This tradition is also firmly rooted in the past.
The crisis is rooted in deep rivalries between the two groups.
She rooted through the bag, found what she wanted, and headed toward the door.
Our movement is rooted in the hearts of the people.
This tension makes such unique transcendency the ultimate concern rooted in reality.
She was rooted to her seat because she was afraid to speak in front of a large group.
Her affection for him is deeply rooted.
Fear rooted her to the ground.
Terror rooted him to the ground.
Nothing to wonder about but the beliefs the faces and hopes rooted in your mind.
In addition, awareness of environmental protection is being rooted in the people's minds.
Mary rooted around among her souvenirs.
The desire to reproduce is deeply rooted in human nature.
If this parameter is TRUE, the function monitors the directory tree rooted at the specified directory.
The future of our primary schools is rooted in the institutions which train our teachers.
Although Kodak anticipated the inevitable rise of digital photography, its corporate（企业的） culture was too rooted in the successes of the past for it to make the clean break necessary to fully embrace the future.
Twitter's huge success is rooted in the simple but profound insight that in a medium with infinite space for self-expression, the most interesting thing we can do is restrict ourselves to 140 characters.
1. absolutely still;
"frozen with horror"
"they stood rooted in astonishment"