- stop or restrict (the flow of something)；stop the spread or development of (something undesirable)
verb: stem, 3rd person present: stems, gerund or present participle: stemming, past tense: stemmed, past participle: stemmed
- 1. stop or restrict (the flow of something) a nurse did her best to stem the bleeding
- ▪ stop the spread or development of (something undesirable) an attempt to stem the rising tide of unemployment
- 2. slide the tail of one ski or both skis outward in order to turn or slow down I sideslipped at first, grew tired of it, and stemmed for a while
...的， 只是：The trial of the First Lady on charges stemming from the alleged misuse of state funds is set to resume ...
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beryllium anode stem 陽(正)離子家族中的鈹元素 beryllium鈹元素 anode正(陽)離子 stem家族;系