- n. 强心剂；强胃剂
- adj. 心脏的；心脏病的；（胃的）喷门
1. heart => card- "heart".
来自PIE *ker, 心脏，词源同heart，courage.
- cardiac: see heart
- cardiac (adj.)
- c. 1600, from French cardiaque (14c.) or directly from Latin cardiacus, from Greek kardiakos "pertaining to the heart," from kardia "heart," from PIE root *kerd- (1) "heart" (see heart (n.)). Cardiac arrest is attested from 1950.
Greek kardia also could mean "stomach" and Latin cardiacus "pertaining to the stomach." This terminology continues somewhat in modern medicine. Confusion of heart and nearby digestive organs also is reflected in Breton kalon "heart," from Old French cauldun "bowels," and English heartburn for "indigestion."
- 1. He died of cardiac arrest after snorting cocaine.
- 2. She was given artificial respiration and cardiac massage.
- 3. They managed to revive the injured driver with cardiac massage.
- 4. Death is caused by cardiac failure.
- 5. The king was suffering from cardiac weakness.
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