derangement

美 [dɪ'rendʒmənt]
  • n. 精神错乱,发狂
GRE
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derangement (n.)
1737, "disturbance of regular order," from French dérangement (17c.), from déranger (see derange). Of mental order, from 1800.
1. She began to think he was in mental derangement.
她开始想这个人一定是精神错乱了。

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2. Such a permutation is called a derangement.
这样的一个排列称为错位排列.

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3. MRI is an ideal method to diagnose internal derangement of TMJ.
结论:mri是诊断关节内紊乱症理想的方法.

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4. Most people take it as a sign of derangement.
但大部分民众则将此番言论看作痴人说梦.

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5. There is just enough validity in the idea for it to stop short of mental derangement.
这种观点尤其受到那些自认为拥有此种才能的人的追捧,但离精神错乱不过是一步之遥.

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