简明英汉词典

deplete
[di5pli:t]
vt.
耗尽, 使衰竭

美国传统词典[双解]

deplete
de.plete
AHD:[d1-pl?t“]
D.J.[di6pli8t]
K.K.[d!6plit]
v.tr.(及物动词)
de.plet.edde.plet.ingde.pletes
To decrease the fullness of; use up or empty out.
消灭,用光:降低…的充满度;用完或用光

语源

(1)

Latin d??re} d?pl?t- [to empty]
拉丁语 d??re} d?pl?t- [消耗完,倒空]

(2)

d?- [de-]
d?- [前缀,表“转移”]

(3)

pl?e [to fill] * see pel- 1
pl?e [填满] *参见 pel- 1

继承用法

depletable
adj.(形容词)

参考词汇

(1)

depletedrainexhaustimpoverishenervate

(2)

These verbs all mean to weaken severely by removing something essential.
这些动词都意味着通过移走基本的东西使严重削弱,

(3)

Deplete refers to using up gradually and only hints at harmful consequences:
Deplete 指逐渐用光,并且仅暗示有害的后果:
I always replenish my food supply before it is depleted.
我总是在我的食物吃完之前加以补充。

(4)

Drain suggests reduction by gradual drawing off and is stronger in implying harm:
Drain 意指通过逐渐消耗而减少,强调危害性:
War often drains a nation's economy.
战争经常耗尽一个国家的经济。

(5)

Exhaust stresses reduction to a point of no further usefulness:
Exhaust 强调减少到不再有用的地步:
“The resources of civilization are not yet exhausted” (William Ewart Gladstone).
“文明的源泉永远不会枯竭” (威廉姆·爱德华·哥莱德斯托恩)。

(6)

Impoverish refers to severe reduction of resources or qualities essential to adequate functioning:
Impoverish 指资源和性质严重减少到最基本的程度:
“His death has eclipsed the gaiety of nations, and impoverished the public stock of harmless pleasure” (Samuel Johnson).
“他的死给全国的欢乐投上阴影,也使公众再也无法享受无害的欢乐” (塞缪尔·约翰逊)。

(7)

Enervate refers to weakening or destruction of vitality or strength:
Enervate 指活力或力量上的变弱或损伤:
Idleness enervates the will to succeed.
懒惰削弱了成功的决心

现代英汉词典

deplete
[dI5pli:t]
vt.
depleted, depleting
使减少;使虚弱;使空虚

现代英汉综合大辞典

deplete
[di5pli:t]
vt.

(1)

使空虚; 耗尽, 弄空

(2)

损耗, 减少

(3)

【医】减液, 放血

(4)

从矿石中提取金属

(5)

使...变坏
deplete one's strength
竭尽全力
deplete the vessels of the body
从血管放血

继承用法

depletable
adj.

美国传统词典

deplete
de.plete
AHD:[d1-pl?t“]
D.J.[di6pli8t]
K.K.[d!6plit]
v.tr.
de.plet.ed, de.plet.ing, de.pletes
To decrease the fullness of; use up or empty out.

语源

(1)

Latin d??re} d?pl?t- [to empty]

(2)

d?- [de-]

(3)

pl?e [to fill] * see pel- 1

继承用法

depletable
adj.

参考词汇

(1)

deplete, drain, exhaust, impoverish, enervate

(2)

These verbs all mean to weaken severely by removing something essential.

(3)

Deplete refers to using up gradually and only hints at harmful consequences:
I always replenish my food supply before it is depleted.

(4)

Drain suggests reduction by gradual drawing off and is stronger in implying harm:
War often drains a nation's economy.

(5)

Exhaust stresses reduction to a point of no further usefulness:
“The resources of civilization are not yet exhausted” (William Ewart Gladstone).

(6)

Impoverish refers to severe reduction of resources or qualities essential to adequate functioning:
“His death has eclipsed the gaiety of nations, and impoverished the public stock of harmless pleasure” (Samuel Johnson).

(7)

Enervate refers to weakening or destruction of vitality or strength:
Idleness enervates the will to succeed.

朗文英汉综合电脑词典

deplete
耗尽,减少

英汉航海大词典

deplete
n.亏空

英汉航空大词典

deplete
n.耗尽,倒空

英汉化学大词典

deplete
vt.放空,贫化,从矿石中提取金属

英汉海运大词典

deplete
耗尽,用尽,减少,使空虚

基本词义

deplete
耗尽

基本词义

deplete
使空虚,用尽减少

英汉经贸大词典

deplete
n.亏空

英汉计算机大词典

deplete
vt.放空(贫化,从矿石中提取金属)

最新会计师英汉大词典

deplete
消耗

英汉贸易大词典

deplete
消耗

现代商务英汉大词典

deplete
消耗

英汉医学大词典

deplete
n.排除器官的液体或血液;vt.排除器官的液体或血液,放血

英汉中医大词典

deplete
n.放血,使枯?使空虚

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