dys-, 不好的。-enter, 肠，词源同enteritis.
- dysentery (n.)
- late 14c., dissenterie, from Old French disentere (13c.), from Latin dysenteria, from Greek dysenteria, coined by Hippocrates, from dys- "bad, abnormal, difficult" (see dys-) + entera "intestines, bowels" (see inter-). Related: Dysenteric.
- 1. He was seized with a violent attack of dysentery.
- 2. He has been attacked with dysentery for three days.
- 3. People suffering from dysentery must avoid raw , cold or greasy food.
- 4. He was attacked with dysentery.
- 5. " Tell him about your dysentery, " jeered Scarlett.
- " 把你的痢疾讲给他听听吧. " 思嘉挖苦地说.
[ dysentery 造句 ]