epitaph

US [ˈepɪˌtæf]
UK [ˈepɪtɑːf]
  • n.悼文;祭文;碑文;遗物
  • Web墓志铭;奇谈;纪念死者的诗文,墓志铭
Plural Form:epitaphs  
epitaph
n.
1.
悼文;祭文;(尤指)墓志铭,碑文words that are written or said about a dead person, especially words on a gravestone
2.
~ (to sb/sth)
遗物;遗存;遗迹something which is left to remind people of a particular person, a period of time or an event
These slums are an epitaph to the housing policy of the 1960s.
这些贫民窟是 20 世纪 60 年代住房政策的遗迹。

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