英 ['triːtɪs; -ɪz]
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1、treat- "deal with" + -ise.
- treatise (n.)
- early 14c., from Anglo-French tretiz (mid-13c.), contracted from Old French traitis "treatise, account," from traitier "deal with; set forth in speech or writing" (see treat (v.)).
- 1. The doctor wrote a treatise on alcoholism.
- 2. " The Classics on Tea " , written by Lu Yu of the Tang Dynasty ( 618 A . D . - 907 A . D . ) was the world's earliest treatise on tea leave production.
- 3. Aristotle wrote a treatise on literature called his Poetics.
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- 4. The most notable legal treatise in the century is Littleton's Tenures.
- 5. Problems of this type are not included in the present treatise.
[ treatise 造句 ]