- adj. 负债的；感激的；受惠的
- v. 使负债；使受恩惠（indebt的过去分词）
CET6+ TEM4 GRE
1. in- "in" + debt + -ed.
2. => involve in debt, under obligation for favors or services.
- indebted (adj.)
- late 14c., endetted "owing money," past participle of endetten "to indebt, oblige," from Old French endetter "to involve in debt," from en- "in" (see in- (2)) + dette "debt" (see debt). Figurative sense of "under obligation for favors or services" first attested 1560s. Related: indebt; indebtedness. Latin indebitus meant "not owed, not due."
- 1. America's treasury secretary identified the most heavily indebted countries.
- 2. I am deeply indebted to my family for all their help.
- 3. I am greatly indebted to you for your help.
- 4. I am deeply indebted to all the doctors and nurses who treated me.
- 5. I am deeply indebted to him for his help.
[ indebted 造句 ]