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    音标:[ɪn'fleɪtɪd]

    基本释义/说明: adj.膨胀的;夸张的,
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    adj.
    膨胀的;夸张的,
    inflated plastic film can protect any structure from the rain permanently or temporarily
    充气膨胀的塑料薄膜能永久或暂时地保护任何结构物不受雨水侵袭。
    -扩展释义
    n. 【地质学】
    膨大的
    N/A
    夸张的
    -同义词和反义词
    -inflated的不同词性形态

    名词 变体/同根词

    (economics) A policy or belief that encourages inflation.
    “And while sophisticated, clever and highly seductive, today′s inflationism is a more dangerous scourge than ever.”
    “The inflationism of the currency systems of Europe has proceeded to extraordinary lengths.”
    “Thus the menace of inflationism described above is not merely a product of the war, of which peace begins the cure.”
    A proponent of inflationism.
    “However, the inflationist governments and parties have not been ready to admit openly their endorsement of the tenets of the inflationists.”
    “Hoover was a corporatist, an inflationist, and a statist who tried every policy in the interventionist playbook.”
    “The advance, in other words, can be cancelled by a mornings work of the inflationist as a currency expert has put it.”
    (physics) A hypothetical particle, the superpartner of the inflaton.
    (physics) A proposed particle that would have been responsible for inflation in the very early universe.
    “Initial conditions for inflation are set up by cosmological instantons describing underbarrier oscillations in the vicinity of the inflaton potential maximum.”
    Someone who inflates. || A pump used to inflate tires. || (economics) A cause of inflation.
    “Cheltenham, usually not respectful of anything with a string of victories next to its name, is a leveller as well as an inflater of reputations.”

    动词 变体/同根词

    inflate的现在分词
    “Until the 1970s artificial respiration meant a nurse would have to stand at a patient′s bedside rhythmically inflating a bag by hand.”
    “It′s the same thing, people deliberately setting prices and inflating charges and stealing our money.”
    “A 37 year old man presented to the emergency department with a blast injury, sustained as a result of inflating a radial tyre which exploded.”
    (transitive) To enlarge an object by pushing air (or a gas) into it; to raise or expand abnormally || (intransitive) To enlarge by filling with air (or a gas). || (figuratively) To swell; to puff up. || (computing) To decompress (data) that was previously deflated.
    “The figures suggested by Trives are grossly inflated and completely unrealistic having regard to the exigent circumstances.”
    “Unfortunately the balloon refused to inflate properly and just dragged along on the surface of the sea.”
    “They are also concerned not to inflate building costs - which happened in the late 1990s - and to ensure they get value for money.”
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    air inflated

    空气输入

    属类:机械模具

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    inflated film

    n.吹胀薄膜

    属类:化学及生命科学

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    inflated cost

    滥计的成本

    属类:简明英汉词典

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    inflated budget

    膨胀的预算

    属类:简明英汉词典

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    inflated bridge

    n.充气桥

    属类:工程技术

    -建筑工程 - -

    inflated profits

    虚盈

    属类:简明英汉词典

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    inflated currency

    膨胀的通货

    属类:简明英汉词典

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    inflated appliance

    n.充气式设备

    属类:工程技术

    -船舶工程 - -

    inflated drag cone

    n.充气制动锥

    属类:机械模具

    -机械 - -

    inflated crosssectional width

    n.充气后断面宽

    属类:化学及生命科学

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