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rack

verb [T often passive]     /ræk/
to cause physical or mental pain, or trouble, to someone or something 使肉體或精神上受巨大痛苦;折磨 Even at the end, when cancer racked his body, he was calm and cheerful. 即使在最後,當他的身體備受癌症病魔摧殘的時候,他仍然鎮定自若、樂觀開朗。 The dog was already racked by/with the pains of old age. 那隻狗已經又老又病,痛苦不堪。 He was racked by/with doubts/guilt. 他被疑慮/內疚所折磨。 Pain and painful
(Definition of rack verb from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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