- 美 [pleɪɡ]
- 1.any serious disease that spreads quickly to a lot of people and usually ends in death; a disease that spreads quickly, causing a high fever, lumps on parts of your body, and in the past usually death
- 2.something that is very common and harmful
- 3.an uncontrolled and usually harmful increase in the numbers of an animal or insect
- 1.to cause a lot of problems for someone or something for a long period of time
- 2.to annoy someone all the time by doing something or by asking for something
- 1.瘟疫暗黑II代码对照表 - 帝睥流芒的日志 - 网易博客 ... [Catapult: 投射器] [Plague: 瘟疫] [Cycler: 骑自行车者] ...2.鼠疫鼠疫(plague) 是由啮齿动物和蚤把鼠疫杆菌传给人和动物的一种特殊的人兽共患病,其开始的症状与体征是无特征性的发热、畏 …3.折磨1)Barbara Pierce Bush_在线英语听力室 ... ) literacy 有文化，会读会写 ) plague 折磨，使苦恼 ) Ferris Bueller 的导演 ...4.天灾考博英语词汇 ... placenta n. 胎盘 plague n. 瘟疫;鼠疫;灾祸;天灾 plantation n. 种植园;栽植 ...5.使苦恼1)Barbara Pierce Bush_在线英语听力室 ... ) literacy 有文化，会读会写 ) plague 折磨，使苦恼 ) Ferris Bueller 的导演 ...6.灾害石油词汇英语翻译(P) ... plagioptychus 斜褶蛤属 plague 灾害；麻烦；祸患 plain adapter 平接头 ...7.瘟疫，鼠疫大学英语六级词汇 p_在线英语听力室 ... pistol n.手枪 plague n.瘟疫，鼠疫；天灾 plateau n.高原；平稳时期 ...8.麻烦《Friends》词汇表B ... lucille n. 露西尔 plague n. 瘟疫, 麻烦, 苦恼, 灾祸 talentless talentlessadj. 无能的 ...
He tended to his wife with the wary compassion of a plague nurse.
The noun plague, which Ms Pinkham points out in her work The Translator's Guide to chinglish, results from the mode of thinking in Chinese.
But we were pilgrims in this new country of activism and the police fell upon us like the plague before we had done any damage at all.
For by now I could have stretched out my hand and struck you and your people with a plague that would have wiped you off the earth.
One of the local officials joked to me that he was just waiting for a plague of locusts.
He prepared a path for his anger; he did not spare them from death but gave them over to the plague.
"Cultural issues may plague the integration of the old U. S. investment bank mentality versus the Japanese banking mindset, " he said.
In a fortnight they were to go, and once gone, she hoped there could be nothing more to plague her on his account.
People looked at him as if he had a plague, and our friends from school wanted nothing to do with him.
"You're a plague, " she said, deciding that I would not be a customer.
But believe me, the epidemic of the plague is only a rumor, no doubt stoked by Catherine de Medici's people.
He said he wasn't going to plague the teacher with a lot of questions.
Conclusion Diphacine na-salt was one of the best anticoagulant rodenticide against commensal rodent in Guangxi plague area.
YUCHI burial in the Temple, the children in a high proportion of urn burial coffin, it was said to be caused by the plague.
And straightway the fountain of her blood was dried up; and she felt in her body that she was healed of that plague.
Then she began to bother me, and I said I'd had enough plague with the tiresome thing.
As you might guess, just one decade of the brain was not enough to solve all of the problems that plague the lump atop our spinal cord.
Each of these haemorrhagic fevers was as lethal as bubonic plague, at least at first.
Plague with a lie, how shall i do? shelved moths into a flame, or do not care about that? I do not know, maybe the same.
Growing inventories have plague retailers too since they stocked up in anticipation of a strong Christmas season.