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sinking fast

(of a person's health) getting much worse quickly so that death is likely
(病情)迅速恶化
Mrs Jones is sinking fast, and the doctor doesn't think she'll live much longer.
琼斯太太的病情迅速恶化,医生认为她活不了多久了。
Becoming and making less strongDeath and dying
Translations of “sinking fast”
in Chinese (Traditional) (病情)迅速惡化…
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