fossilise

 
['fɒsɪlaɪz]     ['fɒsəlˌaɪz]    
  • v. (使)变为化石;使陈腐
  • =fossilize(美).
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fossilise的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

英英释义

Verb:
  1. convert to a fossil;

    "The little animals fossilized and are now embedded in the limestone"

  2. become mentally inflexible

fossilise的用法和样例:

例句

  1. They fossilise an industrial structure that needs to change.
    这些措施会令原本需要变革的产业结构陷入僵化。
  2. Unfortunately, behaviour does not fossilise, so it looked as though the question might never be answered.
    不幸的是,化石看不到动物的行为,因此这个问题似乎永远也得不到答案。
  3. Protected workers, the bulk of the workforce, cling to their jobs.That tends to fossilise the structure of the economy.
    作为劳动力的主体的受保护工人能保有他们的工作,但这使经济结构僵化。
  4. Perhaps the ultimate digital time capsule would contain data stored in a physical format, and then encased in a material that will fossilise it nicely.
    也许最终的数字时光宝盒将数据以某种物理形式存在,然后包裹在另外一种可以将其很好的化石化的材料中。
  5. Germany's schemes to prop up demand for cars and car workers have the same weakness.They fossilise an industrial structure that needs to change.
    德国对汽车业和汽车工人的支持计划也暴露出同样的弱点.;这些计划使得需要变革的工业结构僵化不变。
  6. Rhabdonema adriaticum var. fossilis
    n. 亚得里亚海杆线藻化石变种
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