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fracture

US [ˈfræktʃər]
UK [ˈfræktʃə(r)]
  • n.断裂;裂缝;【医学】挫伤;【矿物】断口
  • v.(使)破裂;(使)折断;(使)断裂;使破坏
  • Web骨折;破绽;破碎
Plural Form:fractures  Present Participle:fracturing  Past Participle:fractured  
Fracture
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n.
1.
[c]
(指状态)骨折,断裂,折断,破裂a break in a bone or other hard material
a fracture of the leg/skull
腿骨╱颅骨骨折
a compound/simple fracture(= one in which the broken bone comes/does not come through the skin)
复合(开放)骨折;单纯(闭合)骨折
2.
[u]
(指事实)骨折,断裂,折断,破裂the fact of sth breaking, especially a bone
Old people's bones are more prone to fracture.
老人更易骨折。
v.
1.
[i][t]
(使)断裂,折断,破裂to break or crack; to make sth break or crack
His leg fractured in two places.
他的一条腿有两处骨折。
She fell and fractured her skull.
她跌倒摔裂了颅骨。
a fractured pipeline
破裂的管道
2.
[i][t]
(使)分裂to split into several parts so that it no longer functions or exists; to split a society or an organization, etc. in this way
Many people predicted that the party would fracture and split.
很多人预言该党将分崩离析。
The company was fractured into several smaller groups.
这家公司被拆分成几家小公司。

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