abortive俺宝体无. 我的宝宝的躯体没有了a. 流产的, 无结果的,失败的
- abortive (adj.)
- late 14c., "born prematurely or dead," from Latin abortivus "pertaining to miscarriage; causing abortion," from abort-, past participle stem of aboriri "disappear, miscarry," from ab- "amiss" (see ab-) + oriri "appear, be born, arise" (see orchestra); the compound word used in Latin for deaths, miscarriages, sunsets, etc. The Latin verb for "to produce an abortion" was abigo, literally "to drive away." Not originally used to imply forced or deliberate miscarriage; from 14c.-18c. stillborn children or domestic animals were said to be abortive. Also see abortion. Related: Abortiveness.
- 1. an abortive military coup
- 2. We had to abandon our abortive attempts.
- 3. That was an abortive attempt.
- 4. Somehow the whole abortive affair got into the FBI files.
- 5. He had weathered too many abortive revolutionaries when only his courage had saved the government.
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