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[编辑] GRE 红宝书

  • n. 荚; 胶囊
  • [英] n. 荚 ( seed-case of a plant) ; 胶囊 ( small soluble case containing a dose of medicine)

[编辑] Webster Collegiate

I. noun

  • Etymology: French, from Latin capsula, diminutive of capsa box — more at case
  • Date: circa 1693
  • 1.
    • a. a membrane or sac enclosing a body part (as a knee joint or kidney)
    • b. either of two layers of white matter in the cerebrum
  • 2. a closed receptacle containing spores or seeds: as
    • a. a dry dehiscent usually many-seeded fruit composed of two or more carpels
    • b. the spore case of a moss
  • 3. a shell usually of gelatin for packaging something (as a drug or vitamins); also a usually medicinal or nutritional preparation for oral use consisting of the shell and its contents
  • 4. an often polysaccharide envelope surrounding a microorganism
  • 5. an extremely brief condensation ; outline, survey
  • 6.
    • a. a compact often sealed and detachable container or compartment
    • b. a small pressurized compartment or vehicle (as for space flight or emergency escape)

II. transitive verb (capsuled; capsuling)

  • Date: 1859
  • 1. to equip with or enclose in a capsule
  • 2. to condense into or devise in a compact form

III. adjective

  • Date: 1938
  • 1. extremely brief
  • 2. small and very compact

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