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ail

verb [I or T] (BE/MAKE ILL) 生病/使生病     /eɪl/ old use
to be ill, or to cause to be ill (使)生病;(使)不適 She had been ailing for years before she died. 她去世前幾年就一直病魔纏身。 What's ailing you? Is it your leg again? 你怎麼了?是腿痛又發作嗎? Being and falling ill
(Definition of ail verb (BE/MAKE ILL) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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