CET6 TEM8 IELTS GRE 考 研 TOEFL
2. have => habere "to have, to hold, possess".
3. in- "in, on" + habere "to hold".
4. => hold in, hold back, keep back.
5. => "a restraining".
- inhibit (v.)
- early 15c., "to forbid, prohibit," back-formation from inhibition or else from Latin inhibitus, past participle of inhibere "to hold in, hold back, keep back" (see inhibition). Psychological sense (1876) is from earlier, softened meaning of "restrain, check, hinder" (1530s). Related: Inhibited; inhibiting.
- 1. It could inhibit the poor from getting the medical care they need.
- 2. Wine or sugary drinks inhibit digestion.
- 3. Sore nipples can inhibit the milk supply.
- 4. A lack of oxygen may inhibit brain development in the unborn child.
- 5. The interplay between the new politics and the modern media will unbalance the political process and inhibit its workings.
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