英 [ɪm'pjʊə; ɪm'pjɔː]
- impure (adj.)
- mid-15c., from Middle French impur (13c.), from Latin impurus "unclean, filthy, foul," from assimilated form of in- "not, opposite of" (see in- (1)) + purus "pure" (see pure). As a noun from 1784. Related: Impurely.
- 1. Impure drinking water is a cause of disease.
- 2. Impure novels have brought and are bringing much misery on the world.
- 3. The air of a big city is often impure.
- 4. You've got a dirty mind , ie You have impure thoughts.
- 5. Many of the deposits are too small, too impure.
- 许多蕴藏量太小, 质地太不纯.
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