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  • desolated

    • [ˈdesəlitid]

    释义

    • v.
      毁坏( desolate的过去式和过去分词 ); 极大地破坏; 使沮丧; 使痛苦
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    Their inclination to wait and demand more resources desolated President Lincoln.

    他们总是等待并要求得到更多资财的倾向让林肯总统甚感不快。

    柯林斯例句

    I saw them walk away and felt absolutely desolated.

    我看到他们走开了,感到万分悲凉。

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    Her death desolated him.

    她的死使他很痛苦.

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    War has desolated that city.

    战争毁坏了那个城市.

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    Many coastal towns were desolated by the hurricane.

    许多沿海城镇遭到飓风袭击而荒芜。

    辞典例句

    He desolated large parts of Italy.

    他使意大利大部分地区人烟荒芜.

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    The land was desolated by floods.

    洪水使田野荒芜.

    辞典例句

    Do you know how much arable land has been desolated?

    你知道什么每年有多少土地荒漠化 吗 ?

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    We desolated by the death of our good friend.

    我们好朋友的去世使我们很难过.

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    An out - of - towner drove his car into a ditch in a desolated area.

    有个人在乡下比较荒芜的地方驾车时不小心把车开进了沟渠里.

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    Splendid when online, but desolated and tiresome when offline.

    相见时繁华耀眼, 然后光影散尽,感到厌倦.

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    She is desolated without you.

    你不在她觉得孤单.

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    Many coastal towns desolated by the hurricane.

    许多沿海城镇遭到飓风袭击而荒芜.

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    The army has desolated all of the countryside.

    军队使得整个乡村满目疮痍.

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    The section, just over 10 km, is desolated with 150 battle plodd atforms in various shapes.

    这一段, 超过了十公里, 经历了150多次规模不等的战役,显得很荒凉.

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  • 英英释义

    Adjective

    • 1. made uninhabitable;

      "upon this blasted heath"- Shakespeare

      "a wasted landscape"

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