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oblivion

US [əˈblɪviən]
UK [ə'blɪviən]
  • n.被遗忘;湮没;无意识状态;沉睡
  • Web遗忘星球;忘却;湮灭
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n.
1.
无意识状态;沉睡;昏迷a state in which you are not aware of what is happening around you, usually because you are unconscious or asleep
He often drinks himself into oblivion.
他常常喝酒喝得不省人事。
Sam longed for the oblivion of sleep.
萨姆恨不得一睡不醒,了无心事。
2.
被遗忘;被忘却;湮没the state in which sb/sth has been forgotten and is no longer famous or important
An unexpected victory saved him from political oblivion.
一次意外的胜利使得他在政治上不再默默无闻。
Most of his inventions have been consigned to oblivion.
他的大部分发明都湮没无闻了。
3.
被摧毁;被毁灭;被夷平a state in which sth has been completely destroyed
Hundreds of homes were bombed into oblivion during the first weeks of the war.
在战争的最初几周内,数以百计的房屋被炸毁。

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