- become less intense, violent, or severe；lapse into silence or inactivity
verb: subside, 3rd person present: subsides, gerund or present participle: subsiding, past tense: subsided, past participle: subsided
- 1. become less intense, violent, or severe I'll wait a few minutes until the storm subsides 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ lapse into silence or inactivity Fergus opened his mouth to protest again, then subsided
- ▪ give way to (an overwhelming feeling, especially laughter) Anthony and Mark subsided into mirth
- 2. (of water) go down to a lower or the normal level the floods subside almost as quickly as they arise 同義詞 反義詞
- ▪ (of the ground) cave in; sink the island is subsiding 同義詞
- ▪ (of a building or other structure) sink lower into the ground a ditch which caused the tower to subside slightly
- ▪ (of a swelling) reduce until gone it took seven days for the swelling to subside completely
- ▪ sink into a sitting, kneeling, or lying position Patrick subsided into his seat 同義詞 反義詞
- become less intense, violent, or severe: I'll wait a few minutes until the storm subsides
Oxford American Dictionary
1 Fever , suspect r/o sepsis , r/o pneumonia , subsided 2 Non-B , Non-C , alcoholic related cirrhosis...
When the storm subsided, the ship was out of danger, and this guy asked the old lady curiously why she was not afraid at all. 希望是對的...
... can occur immediately in grade 2 and 3 sprains,and the initial intense pain subsides after a few hours only to return more intensely as the hemorrhage continues...