- vt. 使减弱；使麻木；隔阻
- vi. 变得如死一般；失去活力
- deaden (v.)
- 1660s "deprive of or diminish (some quality)," from dead (adj.) + -en (1). Earlier the verb was simply dead. Related: Deadened; deadening.
- 1. He needs morphine to deaden the pain in his chest.
- 2. He was given drugs to deaden the pain.
- 3. Wood is used to deaden the noise.
- 4. They managed to deaden the sound on TV every time the alleged victim's name was spoken.
- 5. So little was needed to deaden her.
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