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rupture

US [ˈrʌptʃər]
UK [ˈrʌptʃə(r)]
  • n.破裂;断裂;爆裂;决裂
  • v.破裂;(使容器或管道等)断裂;使(友好关系)破裂;使绝交
  • Web裂开;割裂;破坏
Plural Form:ruptures  Present Participle:rupturing  Past Tense:ruptured  
rupture
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n.
1.
(体内组织等的)断裂,破裂an injury in which sth inside the body breaks apart or bursts
the rupture of a blood vessel
血管破裂
2.
断裂;爆裂a situation when sth breaks or bursts
ruptures of oil and water pipelines
石油和输水管道的爆裂
3.
(informal)
疝气a hernia of the abdomen
I nearly gave myself a rupture lifting that pile of books.
提那一大堆书差点儿让我得了疝气。
4.
(关系的)破裂,决裂;绝交the ending of agreement or of good relations between people, countries, etc.
a rupture in relations between the two countries
两国关系的破裂
Nothing could heal the rupture with his father.
没有什么可以弥合他和父亲之间的裂痕。
v.
1.
[t][i]
~ (sth/yourself)
(使体内组织等)断裂,裂开,破裂to burst or break apart sth inside the body; to be broken or burst apart
a ruptured appendix
阑尾穿孔
He ruptured himself(= got a hernia ) trying to lift the piano.
他试着搬动钢琴,发了疝气。
2.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
(使容器或管道等)断裂,破裂to make sth such as a container or a pipe break or burst; to be broken or burst
The impact ruptured both fuel tanks.
冲撞使两个燃料箱都爆裂了。
A pipe ruptured, leaking water all over the house.
一根水管断裂,漏了满屋子的水。
3.
[t]
~ sth
使(友好关系)破裂;使绝交;毁掉(协议)to make an agreement or good relations between people or countries end
the risk of rupturing North-South relations
使南北关系破裂的危险

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