coroner

英 ['kɒr(ə)nə] 美 ['kɔrənɚ]
  • n. 验尸官
  • n. (Coroner)人名;(法)科罗内
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1、coron- + -er.
2、最初该词表示保护皇家财产的官职,但是后来其职能逐渐变窄,直到最后只做验尸的职能,因此,该词也就演变成了如今的含义。
coroner 验尸官

来自crown, 王冠。原指王室管家,后功能和职责发生了变化。

coroner (n.)
late 12c., from Anglo-French curuner, from Latin custos placitorum coronae, originally the title of the officer with the duty of protecting the property of the royal family, from Latin corona, literally "crown" (see crown (n.)). The duties of the office gradually narrowed and by 17c. the chief function was to determine the cause of death in cases not obviously natural.
1. The coroner immediately classified his death as a suicide.
验尸官立即断定他的死亡属于自杀。

来自柯林斯例句

2. The coroner recorded a verdict of acci-dental death.
验尸官作出了意外死亡的结论。

来自柯林斯例句

3. The Coroner frequents more public - houses than any man alive.
这个验尸官经常光临酒馆,比世界上任何一个人光顾的次数都多.

来自辞典例句

4. The coroner embodies it in an inquisition.
验尸官将它记录在勘验笔录上.

来自辞典例句

5. Inquisition means the document recording the result of an inquiry, or coroner's inquest.
调查报告指记录审讯结果或验尸结果的文件.

来自辞典例句

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