CET6 TEM8 GRE
1. ulc- (谐音“疡溃”-----溃疡) "ulcer".
2. ulc- => ulcer.
- ulcer (n.)
- c. 1400, from Old French ulcere, from Vulgar Latin ulcerem, from Latin ulcus (genitive ulceris) "ulcer, a sore," figuratively "painful subject," from PIE *elk-es- "wound" (cognates: Greek elkos "a wound, sore, ulcer," Sanskrit Related: arsah "hemorrhoids").
- 1. The ulcer had been troubling her for several years.
- 2. "It's my ulcer," he added by way of explanation.
- 3. My father suffered from stomach ulcer for a long time.
- 4. A bacterium is identified as the cause for his duodenal ulcer.
- 5. She had an ulcer in her mouth.
[ ulcer 造句 ]