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torpor

US [ˈtɔrpər]
UK [ˈtɔː(r)pə(r)]
  • n.懒散;迟钝;死气沉沉
  • Web麻木;不活泼;蛰伏
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迟钝;死气沉沉;懒散the state of not being active and having no energy or enthusiasm
In the heat they sank into a state of torpor.
炎热的天气使得他们委靡不振。

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