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  1. distress

    • IPA[dəˈstres]

    美式

    • n.
      extreme anxiety, sorrow, or pain;the state of a ship or aircraft when in danger or difficulty and needing help
    • v.
      cause (someone) anxiety, sorrow, or pain;give (furniture, leather, or clothing) simulated marks of age and wear
    • noun: distress

    • verb: distress, 3rd person present: distresses, gerund or present participle: distressing, past tense: distressed, past participle: distressed

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. extreme anxiety, sorrow, or pain:

      to his distress he saw that she was trembling

    • 2. the state of a ship or aircraft when in danger or difficulty and needing help:

      vessels in distress on or near the coast

    • 3. suffering caused by lack of money or the basic necessities of life:

      the poor were helped in their distress

    • 4. a state of physical strain, exhaustion, or, in particular, breathing difficulty:

      they said the baby was in distress

    • 5. another term for distraint
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. cause (someone) anxiety, sorrow, or pain:

      I didn't mean to distress you

      he was distressed to find that Anna would not talk to him

    • 2. give (furniture, leather, or clothing) simulated marks of age and wear:

      the manner in which leather jackets are industrially distressed

    • adj. suffering from anxiety, sorrow, or pain:

    • I was distressed at the news of his death

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    • adj. suffering from extreme anxiety, sorrow, or pain:

    • I was distressed at the news of his death

      the distressed relatives of his victims

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    • n. a warrant authorizing distraint:

    • the landlord took out a distress warrant in respect of the outstanding rent

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    • n. a signal from a ship or aircraft that is in danger.

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    • n. a sale of goods or assets at reduced prices to raise much-needed funds.

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    • n. a signal from a ship or aircraft that is in danger.

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    • n. a rocket fired as a distress signal.

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    • n. another term for hyaline membrane disease

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    • IPA[dɪˈstrɛs]

    英式

    • n.
      extreme anxiety, sorrow, or pain:
    • to his distress he saw that she was trembling

      her fingers flew to her throat in distress

    • v.
      cause (someone) anxiety, sorrow, or pain:
    • I didn't mean to distress you

      please don't distress yourself

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  2. 知識+

    • Afflict & Distress之差異。

      ... with / by: A country is afflicted by famine. Distress (n.) : 1. Extreme worry -- a feeling of extreme worry and unhappiness...

    • 可以幫我翻譯嗎

      (The) Taipei health chief (is/was) not distressed by talent exodus. ***新聞英文最常省略的是定冠詞和Be動詞

    • 請幫我翻譯這兩句英文的中文

      ... and emotions to successfully facilitate recovery from psychological distress.藝術治療使用創意表達, 提供個人表達思想與情緒的安全出口, 成功地促進從心理...