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genesis

noun [S]
 
 
/ˈdʒen.ə.sɪs/ formal
the origin of something, when it is begun or starts to exist
(事物的)形成,发生,起源,创始
In her autobiography, she describes the song's genesis late one night in a Dublin bar.
在其自传中,她描述了一天深夜在都柏林一家小酒馆创作这首歌的过程。
research into the genesis of cancer
对癌症病因的研究
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in Spanish génesis, origen…
in Chinese (Traditional) (事物的)形成,發生,起源,創始…
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