di-, 分开，散开，来自dis-变体。-gress, 走，词源同grade, ingress. 即走散，偏离。
- digress: see gradual
- digress (v.)
- 1520s, from Latin digressus, past participle of digredi "to go aside, depart" (see digression), or perhaps a back-formation from digression. Related: Digressed; digressing.
- 1. Let me digress for a moment and explain what had happened previously.
- 2. I digress. My tale does not primarily concern itself with the hen.
- 3. When writing about aerosol one is continually invited to digress.
- 4. We shall not digress into the history of methanics.
- 5. There is no need to digress further on the sensuous plane.
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