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blight

US [blaɪt]
UK [blaɪt]
  • v.损害;妨害;贻害
  • n.(农作物等的)疫病;(对局势、生活或环境)有害的事物
  • Web枯萎;枯萎病;使枯萎
Simple Present:blights  Present Participle:blighting  Past Tense:blighted  
blight
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v.
1.
~ sth
损害;妨害;贻害to spoil or damage sth, especially by causing a lot of problems
His career has been blighted by injuries.
他的事业不断受到伤病的困扰。
an area blighted by unemployment
饱受失业之苦的地区
n.
1.
[u][c]
(农作物等的)疫病any disease that kills plants, especially crops
potato blight
马铃薯疫病
2.
[sing][u]
~ (on sb/sth)
(对局势、生活或环境)有害的事物,不利因素something that has a bad effect on a situation, a person's life or the environment
His death cast a blight on the whole of that year.
他的死使那一整年都处在阴影之中。
urban blight(= areas in a city that are ugly or not cared for well)
城市里环境脏、乱、差的地区

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