英 [wɪlt] 美 [wɪlt]
  • vt. 使枯萎;使畏缩;使衰弱
  • vi. 枯萎;畏缩;衰弱
  • n. 枯萎;憔悴;衰弱
  • n. (Wilt)人名;(英、德、捷)威尔特
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1. “萎了它、萎了条”,枯萎。
wilt 枯萎

可能来自 PIE*welg,降水,湿,词源 welkin.引申词义使浸水,柔软,低垂,枯萎。

wilt (v.)
1690s, "to fade, droop, wither," probably an alteration of welk "to wilt," probably from Middle Dutch or Middle Low German welken "to wither," cognate with Old High German irwelhen "become soft," from Proto-Germanic *welk-, from PIE root *welg- "wet" (see welkin). Transitive sense of "cause to fade or droop" is from 1809. Related: Wilted; wilting.
1. Cotton verticillium wilt is one of the most crushing disease to cotton.
棉花黄萎病(CottonVerticillium Wilt) 是棉花生长过程中最具毁灭性的病害之一.


2. -- But thou wilt see her now with other eyes.
—— 但现在你要用另一副目光来见她.

来自英汉文学 - 红字

3. Now, go thy ways, and deal as thou wilt with yonder man. "
如今, 你去走你的路, 随你自己的意愿去处理同那人的关系吧. ”

来自英汉文学 - 红字

4. " Wilt thou let me be at peace, if I once tell thee? "
“ 要是我告诉你,你肯不肯让我安静安静? ”

来自英汉文学 - 红字

5. " Thou thyself wilt see it, one time or another.
“ 总有一天,你自己会看到的.

来自英汉文学 - 红字

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