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Chinese (Simplified) translation of “death”

death

noun [C or U]
 
 
/deθ/
the end of life
死,死亡
The disease causes thousands of deaths a year.
这种疾病每年导致数千人死亡。
Do you believe in life after death?
你相信死后还有来世吗?
He never got over the death of his daughter.
他一直没有从女儿去世的阴影中走出来。
death threats
死亡威胁
Death and dying
bored/frightened, etc. to death extremely bored, frightened, etc.
无聊/吓得要死的等
Intensifying expressions
to death until you die
至死,直到死亡
The animals burned to death in the barn.
那些牲口在牲口棚里被活活烧死了。
He choked to death on a fish bone.
他被一根鱼刺卡死了。
The traitor was put to death (= killed as a punishment).
叛徒被处死了。
Death and dying
the death of sth the cause of the end of life, or the end or destruction of something
…的死因;…的末路,…的毁灭
The failure of the family business was the death of him.
家族企业的落败把他送上了末路。
That child will be the death of me (= is always doing something which upsets me)!
这孩子非把我烦死不可!
Ends and endings
(Definition of death from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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