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the DTs

plural noun     /ˌdiːˈtiːz/ informal
abbreviation for delirium tremens: a physical condition, caused by drinking too much alcohol over a long period, in which someone shakes uncontrollably and sees imaginary things (長期酗酒引起的)震顫性譫妄 He's got a bad case of the DTs. 他患上了嚴重的震顫譫妄。 AddictionDrug addictionPoisoning and allergy
Translations of “the DTs”
in Chinese (Simplified) (长期酗酒引起的)震颤性谵妄…
(Definition of the DTs from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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