- n.病人 adj.不舒服,有病的,噁心的,厭惡的,渴望的,病態的 vt.嘔吐,追擊,使狗去咬
- I have to tell a white lie because he is so sick.
- He slithered off like a sick snake through a hole in the wilson's fence.
- He was sick of the sordid deal.
- He's sick of getting shafted.
- He make himself sick by overwork himself.
- In the kitchen he found jim the other boarder eating mush very languidly with a sick far-away look in his eyes.
- He began to sicken of the endless violence shown on internet.
- I stayed at home all day out of consideration for my sick wife.
- Following-up laboratory study for erythrocyte cr-1quantity gene expression and activity in five patients with acute radiation sickness.
- As if it wooed the sickle.
- How about the vacations and sick leave?
- 1.application Forms for injury or sickness benefit payments.
- By contrast with his own miserable existence they were well-fed well-clothed and looked after in sickness and old age.
- Tanners and wool sorters sometimes get anthrax a serious infectious disease when they handle the hides of sick animals. Parakeets parrots and pigeons may spread psittacosis a disease similar to pneumonia.
- A sick bay or proper place for the reception of sick detainees shall be provided at the centre.