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seizure

noun [C] (MEDICAL)
醫學的
 
 
/ˈsiː.ʒər/ US  /-ʒɚ/
a very sudden attack of an illness involving unconsciousness or violent movement
(疾病的)驟發,突發,發作
an epileptic seizure
癲癇突發
Disease and illness - general words
old use a sudden failure of the heart
心臟病突發
His aunt died of a seizure.
他的姑姑死於心臟病突發。
figurative humorous When I told her how much it cost she nearly had a seizure (= she was very shocked).
我告訴她花了多少錢時,她差一點嚇出病來。
Disorders and diseases of the heart and blood
(Definition of seizure noun (MEDICAL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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