1. con- + vuls- + -ion.
2. => tear up, pull up, pluck up, shake, destroy, overthrow.
3. => shake violently.
- convulsion (n.)
- 1580s, from Latin convulsionem (nominative convulsio), noun of action from past participle stem of convellere "to tear loose," from com- "together" (see com-) + vellere "to pluck, pull violently" (see svelte).
- 1. A sudden convulsion shook him, and he fell to the ground.
- 一阵突然的痉挛使他全身发抖, 摔倒在地上.
- 2. The child's nervous illness often threw her into convulsion.
- 3. The country was in ruin and convulsion.
- 4. There was a violent convulsion of nausea inside him, and he almost lost consciousness.
- 他感到一阵猛烈的恶心, 几乎晕了过去.
- 5. ConclusionWuweizi Ningshen Oral Liquid possesses obvious sedative, hypnotic and anti - convulsion effects.
- 结论五味子宁神口服液有明显的镇静 、 催眠、 抗 惊厥作用.
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