英 [iːvə'nes(ə)nt; ev-]
e-, 向外。-van，空的，消逝，词源同vacate, vanish.
- evanescent: see vanish
- evanescent (adj.)
- 1717, "on the point of becoming imperceptible," from French évanescent, from Latin evanescentem (nominative evanescens), present participle of evanescere "disappear, vanish, pass away," figuratively "be forgotten, be wasted," from assimilated form of ex- "out" (see ex-) + vanescere "vanish" (see vanish). Sense of "quickly vanishing, having no permanence" is by 1738.
- 1. The evanescent post - war economic boom was quickly followed by a deep recession.
- 2. All was unstable; quivering as leaves, evanescent as lightning.
- 一切都是不稳定的, 都象树叶似地颤动翻转,象闪电似地倏忽明灭.
- 3. By epiphany he means'the most delicate and evanescent of such memorable focusing moments.'
- 他的“显现”指的是 “ 那种难于忘怀的了,令人聚精会神的最微妙最短暂的时刻. ”
- 4. The disturbances advances in the X - direction as a so - called surface or evanescent wave.
- 这个扰动作为一个 所谓 表面波或倏逝波沿着 X 方向行进.
- 5. Rather, it is a roiling, seething cauldron of evanescent particles.
- 相反, 它是一个不断翻滚 、 剧烈沸腾的大锅,内有逐渐消失的粒子.
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