英 [daɪ'dʒestɪv; dɪ-]
CET6 TEM4 TOEFL
1、di- / dis- "apart" + gest- "carry" + -ive.
- digestive (n.)
- late 14c., from Old French digestif (14c.), from Late Latin digestivus "pertaining to digestion," from past participle stem of Latin digerere (see digest (n.)). From 1530s as an adjective. The noun in the French form digestif is attested from 1908.
- 1. Exercise stimulates the digestive and excretory systems.
- 2. Foods are broken down in the digestive tract.
- 3. We studied the action of the digestive system.
- 4. Too rich a diet will disorder his digestive.
- 5. Instruments developed at the hospital allow doctors to thread microscopic telescopes into the digestive tract.
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