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渐次
Simplified 渐次
Traditional 漸次
Pin Yin
jian4 ci4
English
  • gradually
  • one by one
Examples:
1. 这种人因为他们过去过着好日子,后来逐年下降,负债渐多,渐次过着凄凉的日子,“瞻念前途,不寒而栗”。
As such people have seen better days and are now going downhill with every passing year, their debts mounting and their life becoming more and more miserable, they "shudder at the thought of the future".
2. 渐次性麻痹
Creeping paralysis
3. Haack通过在被侵染,较少侵染和健康树木上实行人工接种,证实了他关于在抗性方面程度渐次不同的假设。
Haack confirmed his assumption of gradual differences in resistance by making artificial inoculations on infected, less infected and healthy trees.
4. 后来,经验渐多,便使我信仰感官的心理渐次减退了。
Many experiences little by little destroyed all the faith which I had rested in my senses.
5. 红绿标灯渐次闪光,而苍翠的山峦模糊为一片灰色。
One by one, red and green signal lamps shine out while the emerald mountains fade into a grey blur.
6. 该地向海滩渐次倾斜。
The ground shelves down to the beach.
7. 太阳的余辉已经渐次消失在云端里。
The last ray of the sun had already faded from the cloud-edges.
8. 所观察到的晚熟球果的频率梯度变异可描述如下:向四周相当有规律地渐次减少。
The observed clinal variation in the frequency of serotinous cones may be described as a fairly regular decrease in all directions.
9. 这是大战中佐费来男爵伐木以供战壕之用的一个地方,在马路的右边渐次隆起的圆丘,一片光溜溜,怪荒芜的。
This was one of the places that Sir Geoffrey had cut during the war for trench timber. The whole knoll, which rose softly on the right of the riding, was denuded and strangely forlorn.