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sag

US [sæɡ]
UK [sæɡ]
  • n.下垂;垂度;下陷;(物价的)下跌
  • v.(尤指由于承重或受压)中间下垂;减弱;减少
  • Web演员工会(Screen Actors Guild);美国演员工会奖;凹陷
Past Tense:sagged  Simple Present:sags  Present Participle:sagging  
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v.
1.
[i]
(尤指由于承重或受压)中间下垂,下凹to hang or bend down in the middle, especially because of weight or pressure
a sagging roof
凹陷的房顶
The tent began to sag under the weight of the rain.
雨水使得帐篷中间开始下坠。
Your skin starts to sag as you get older.
人老了,皮肤就会慢慢松弛。
2.
[i]
减弱;减少to become weaker or fewer
Their share of the vote sagged badly at the last election.
在上次选举中他们的得票数大幅下跌。

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