- adj.（地方）易受攻击的; 易受伤的; 易受批评的; [桥牌]已成局的
- 副词: vulnerably;
- 名词: vulnerability;
Certain high sharing nodes in unstructured P 2 P networks are vulnerable to counter congestion and bottlenecks.
Though you will be very vulnerable to attack early.
The UN also conducts international campaigns to raise global awareness of the problems affecting vulnerable groups.
Young people are vulnerable to the influences of radio television.
We are leading a global all vulnerable nuclear materials from terrorists.
But if you look hard enough, you can almost always find a vulnerable DNS server.
Cyclists are more vulnerable than motorists.
Show the vulnerable points, emphasizing that the abdominal region is the principal target.
The election defeat put the party leader in a vulnerable position.
This process is vulnerable to intentional manipulation , especially during intermediate procedures.
However he remains vulnerable to any physical attack.
He volunteered to protect her as she looked so vulnerable.
Migrant workers are vulnerable to exploitation.
The company is in an economically vulnerable position.
She was left feeling exposed and vulnerable.
to be vulnerable to attack
I hesitated to apply the word "vulnerable" to him but it came into my mind.
It can be very hard to think rationally when you're feeling so vulnerable and alone.
Goodyear could be vulnerable in a prolonged economic slump.
There must be a rethink of government policy towards this vulnerable group.
The refugees, without a doubt, are the most vulnerable.
Tourists can be vulnerable to scams and con schemes of all kinds.
Plants that are growing vigorously are less likely to be vulnerable to disease.
This leaves him vulnerable to sniping from within his own party.
ADSL is always on, which makes your PC much more vulnerable to hacking.
There was a moment of panic in Britain as it became clear just how vulnerable the nation was.
People with high blood pressure are especially vulnerable to diabetes.
Babies lose heat much faster than adults, and are especially vulnerable to the cold in their first month.
Republicans targeted Unsoeld as vulnerable in her bid for reelection this year.
This type of memory ( ' , where you are trying to remember new, but similar information) is particularly vulnerable to interference.
But there's an appeal in that vulnerability.
Professional fashion models are particularly vulnerable to eating disorders resulting from occupational demands to maintain extreme thinness.
One of the main theoretical home-security concerns is whether or not a given system is vulnerable to being blocked from working altogether.
It can also be exploitative, especially when used with vulnerable populations.
This is an extremely vulnerable (脆弱的) position.
a political scientist at the University of Colorado, Boulder, who studies disaster trends, said the Forum's report was "a methodological embarrassment" because there was no way to distinguish deaths or economic losses related to human-driven global warming amid the much larger losses resulting from the growth in populations and economic development in vulnerable (易受伤害的) regions.
It is vulnerable to criticism if the statistics are closely examined
They are vulnerable to unhealthy environmental conditions.
There must urgently be a meaningful mobilisation of the policies outlined in the agreement if we are to achieve national emissions reductions while helping the most vulnerable countries adapt to climate change.
Its primary mission is to enhance human well-being and help meet the basic needs of all people, with the particular focus on those who are vulnerable, oppressed and living in poverty.
Thus, they learn early to hide vulnerable emotions such as love, joy, and sadness because they believe that such feelings are feminine and imply weakness.
Some groups of people are more vulnerable to the illness.
How vulnerable the coastal cities are.
Many doctors and researchers believe that loneliness harms the immune system, making us more vulnerable to a range of miner and major illnesses.
But phytoplankton are vulnerable to the ocean's warming trend.
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1. susceptible to attack;
"a vulnerable bridge"
2. susceptible to criticism or persuasion or temptation;
"vulnerable to bribery"
"an argument vulnerable to refutation"
3. capable of being wounded or hurt;
"vulnerable parts of the body"
4. susceptible to physical or emotional injury;
"at a tender age"