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- incidence (n.)
- early 15c., "incidental matter," from Middle French incidence (15c.), from Late Latin incidentia (see incident (n.)). Meaning "act of coming into contact with" is from 1650s; sense in physics is from 1620s.
- 1. an area with a high incidence of crime
- 2. This area has a high incidence of crime, disease, unemployment, etc.
- 这个地区的犯罪率 、 发病率 、 失业率等很高.
- 3. The report analyses the incidence of cancer among people aged 0 - 24.
- 这份报告分析了从0 岁 到24岁的人的癌症发病率.
- 4. The change in smoking is paralleled by a change in the incidence of lung cancer.
- 5. It was noted that within a year the incidence of illness had increased quite significantly.
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