英 [ɪ'mjʊə; ɪ'mjɔː]
1、in- "into, in" + mur- + -e.
2、literally "shut up within walls".
- immure: see mural
- immure (v.)
- 1580s, from Middle French emmurer and directly from Medieval Latin immurare, literally "to shut up within walls," from assimilated form of in- "into, in" (see in- (2)) + Latin murus "wall" (see mural). Related: Immured; immuring.
- 1. He immure himself in a small room to work undisturbed.
- 2. In time, the infection became known as " Acquired Immure Deficiency Syndrome "
- 很快, 这种疾病被称为 “ 获得性免疫缺陷综合症 ”
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