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dead

adjective (NOT LIVING) 死的     /ded/
not now living 死的,死亡的,去世的 She's been dead for twenty years now. 到現在她已經去世20年了。 The motorcyclist was dead on arrival at the hospital. 那位摩托車騎士被送到醫院時已經死亡。 He was shot dead (= killed by shooting) outside his home. 他在家門外被人開搶打死了。 Death and dying
mainly UK If a part of your body is dead, you cannot feel it (身體局部)失去知覺的,麻木的 I've been sitting with my legs crossed for so long, my right leg has gone dead. 我兩雙腿盤坐了很久,結果右腿都麻木了。 Unable to feel anything
UK describes empty glasses and bottles that were previously full (杯子、瓶子等)空了的 Empty
In some sports, if a ball is dead, it is outside the area of play. (某些運動中球)出界的 General terms used in ball sports
(Definition of dead adjective (NOT LIVING) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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