简明英汉词典

lethargy
[5leWEdVi]
n.
无生气

美国传统词典[双解]

lethargy
leth.ar.gy
AHD:[lμth“…r-j?]
D.J.[6leG*d9i8]
K.K.[6lWG+d9i]
n.(名词)
【复数】 leth.ar.gies

(1)

A state of sluggishness, inactivity, and apathy.
无精打采,呆滞:懒散,无生气,冷漠的状态

(2)

A state of unconsciousness resembling deep sleep.
类似于熟睡的无意识状态

语源

(1)

Middle English letargie
中古英语 letargie

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Late Latin l?3rgia}
源自 后期拉丁语 l?3rgia}

(4)

from Greek l?a
源自 希腊语 l?a

(5)

from l?s [forgetful]
源自 l?s [健忘的]

(6)

l??} [forgetfulness]
l??} [健忘]

(7)

argos [idle] a- [without] * see a- 1 ergon [work] * see erg
argos [懒散的] a- [没有] *参见 a-1 ergon [工作] *参见 erg

参考词汇

(1)

lethargylassitudetorportorpiditystuporlanguor

(2)

These nouns refer to a deficiency in mental and physical alertness and activity.
这些名词都是指精神或者肉体警觉和活动效力的丧失。

(3)

Lethargy, a state of sluggishness and inactivity, may be caused by factors such as illness, fatigue, or overwork, but it manifests itself in drowsy dullness or apathy:
Lethargy 意指无精打采及没有活力的状态,可能因诸如疾病、疲劳或过度劳作等方面的因素引起,但是该词表明自己是令人昏昏欲睡的单调乏味与呆滞:
A surprise military attack roused the nation from its lethargy.
一次令人吃惊的军事进攻把全国人民从昏昏噩噩中惊醒。

(4)

Lassitude implies weariness or diminished energy such as might result from physical or mental strain:
Lassitude 意指诸如可能因肉体或精神过度紧张等原因而引起的疲倦或精力的减弱:
“His anger had evaporated; he felt nothing but utter lassitude” (John Galsworthy).
“他的怒火已消失殆尽;他唯一的感觉就是完全的困乏” (约翰·高尔斯华绥)。

(5)

Torpor and torpidity suggest the suspension of activity characteristic of an animal in hibernation; they imply lethargy or inertia:
Torpor 和torpidity 都表示处于冬眠状态的动物的活力特征的暂停; 他们都含有无精打采或迟钝的意思:
“My calmness was the torpor of despair” (Charles Brockden Brown).
“我的镇静是我绝望的麻木” (查尔斯·布罗克登·布朗)”。
Nothing could dispel the torpidity of the indifferent audience.
任何东西都无法驱散那些冷漠观众的困倦。

(6)

Stupor, which is marked by cessation or great decrease of mental activity or feeling, is often produced by sleepiness, illness, or the effects of alcohol or narcotics; it suggests a benumbed or dazed state:
Stupor 常以精神活动或感觉的中止或急剧减弱为标志,常因困倦、疾病或酒精或麻醉品的作用而产生;它表示麻木或发呆的状态:
“The huge height of the buildings . . . the hubbub and endless stir . . . struck me into a kind of stupor of surprise” (Robert Louis Stevenson).
“建筑物的巨大高度…大声喧嚷及无尽的骚动…使我陷入了吃惊的麻木不仁之中” (罗伯特·路易斯·史蒂文森)。

(7)

Languor is the lack of energy or spirit typical of one who is indolent or satiated by a life of luxury or pleasure:
Languor 指由奢华或淫乐的生活造成的好逸恶劳的人缺乏精力或精神:
“But for the criminal . . . languor which characterized that commander's movements . . . the honor of France might still have been saved” (John Lothrop Motley).
“如果不是因为罪犯…指挥官的消沉怠倦的行为…法兰西的荣誉或许能得到挽救” (约翰·娄斯罗普·莫特利)

现代英汉词典

lethargy
[5leWEdVI]
n.
昏睡;懒散

现代英汉综合大辞典

lethargy
[5leWEdVi]
n.

(1)

嗜眠症

(2)

沮丧; 冷淡; 不活泼

(3)

对数能量损失

[七国语言]英汉农业大词典

lethargy
嗜眠

[七国语言]英汉物理大词典

lethargy
对数能量损失

[七国语言]英汉医学大词典

lethargy
嗜睡;嗜睡症

[七国语言]英汉原子能大词典

lethargy
中子对数能量损失

美国传统词典

lethargy
leth.ar.gy
AHD:[lμth“…r-j?]
D.J.[6leG*d/i8]
K.K.[6lWG+d/i]
n.
pl. leth.ar.gies

(1)

A state of sluggishness, inactivity, and apathy.

(2)

A state of unconsciousness resembling deep sleep.

语源

(1)

Middle English letargie

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Late Latin l?3rgia}

(4)

from Greek l?a

(5)

from l?s [forgetful]

(6)

l??} [forgetfulness]

(7)

argos [idle] a- [without] * see a- 1 ergon [work] * see erg

参考词汇

(1)

lethargy, lassitude, torpor, torpidity, stupor, languor

(2)

These nouns refer to a deficiency in mental and physical alertness and activity.

(3)

Lethargy, a state of sluggishness and inactivity, may be caused by factors such as illness, fatigue, or overwork, but it manifests itself in drowsy dullness or apathy:
A surprise military attack roused the nation from its lethargy.

(4)

Lassitude implies weariness or diminished energy such as might result from physical or mental strain:
“His anger had evaporated; he felt nothing but utter lassitude” (John Galsworthy).

(5)

Torpor and torpidity suggest the suspension of activity characteristic of an animal in hibernation; they imply lethargy or inertia:
“My calmness was the torpor of despair” (Charles Brockden Brown).
Nothing could dispel the torpidity of the indifferent audience.

(6)

Stupor, which is marked by cessation or great decrease of mental activity or feeling, is often produced by sleepiness, illness, or the effects of alcohol or narcotics; it suggests a benumbed or dazed state:
“The huge height of the buildings . . . the hubbub and endless stir . . . struck me into a kind of stupor of surprise” (Robert Louis Stevenson).

(7)

Languor is the lack of energy or spirit typical of one who is indolent or satiated by a life of luxury or pleasure:
“But for the criminal . . . languor which characterized that commander's movements . . . the honor of France might still have been saved” (John Lothrop Motley).

[名词委审定]英汉医学名词(四, 心血管病学等, 1996)

lethargy
嗜睡

英汉航空大词典

lethargy
n.勒

英汉化学大词典

lethargy
n.勒,衰减系数,无生气

英汉计算机大词典

lethargy
n.勒(衰减系数,无生气)

英汉机械大词典

lethargy
n.勒

英汉能源大词典

lethargy
n.勒,衰减系数;n.勒,衰减系数,无生气

英汉心理学大词典

lethargy
嗜睡症

英汉医学大词典

lethargy
n.昏睡,嗜睡症

英汉中医大词典

lethargy
n.嗜睡症,疲倦,无力

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