- adj.被抛弃的，废弃的; 玩忽职守的
- n.遗弃物; 玩忽职守者
- 复数: derelicts;
Doors of derelict houses may be boarded and nailed up to prevent children from getting in.
Most of the interesting murderers come from derelict farms.
The derelict soldier shirked his duties.
I'm detached and moving toward the derelict spacecraft.
This is Recon Vessel Two One Four now entering derelict area.
Godfrey Parke : The only difference between a derelict and a man is a job.
Had it afoul of an underwater rock or the wreckage of some enormous derelict ship?
The burying - ground is merely a huge waste of hummocky ( hilly ) earth , like a derelict ( deserted ) building - lot.
坟场只不过是一片 土丘 林立的荒野, 恰似一片已废弃不用的建筑场地.
Several derelict cars are fished out of the canal every month.
These derelict houses are a reproach to the city.
No. 41 was almost derelict.
Last night I realized that I'd been both blind and derelict.
The one is derelict; the other is deception.
The ship is derelict long.
Her body was found dumped in a derelict warehouse less than a mile from her home.
1. a person unable to support himself
2. a ship abandoned on the high seas
1. deserted or abandoned as by an owner;
"a derelict ship"
2. failing in what duty requires;
"derelict (or delinquent) in his duty"
"neglectful of his duties"
"remiss of you not to pay your bills"