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incontinent

adjective
 
 
/ɪnˈkɒn.tɪ.nənt/ US  /-ˈkɑːn.tə-/
unable to control the excretion of urine or the contents of the bowels
(大小便)失禁的
Many of our elderly patients are incontinent.
我们许多上年纪的病人大小便失禁。
As the illness progressed, she became doubly incontinent (= unable to control the excretion both of urine and the contents of the bowels).
随着病情的恶化,她大小便都失禁了。
Disorders of the urinary system
incontinence
 
 
/ɪnˈkɒn.tɪ.nənts/ US  /-ˈkɑːn.tə-/ noun [U]
Disorders of the urinary systemDigestive disorders
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