2016年1月26日 星期二

venom, encapsulate, endo-, capsule, kapsel, capasule review, capsule endoscopy,endocrine, endodontics


His name is Big Boy & his leg span is 10cm. 😕




'Benjamin Disraeli'
By ADAM KIRSCH
Reviewed by ANTHONY JULIUS
A capsule life of Disraeli, the novelist, politician and statesman.
You can understand why French embraces American jargon when it encapsulates a sense for which nothing native has been invented.

Japan Film Festival Los Angeles 2011: Capsule Reviews
With the exception of A Good Husband and the short film Summer Bookmobile, our critics had varying degrees of venom directed the film selections at JFFLA this year.





Treating Deadly Snake Bites

Australia is home to some of the world's deadliest snakes - from Taipans to Brown Snakes, Tiger snakes, Death Adders and King Brown snakes. Consequently Australia developed a comprehensive antivenom program to try to minimise the deaths from snake bites.

Australia is the only country in the world with a snake venom detection kit which means that when you go to the hospital with a snake bite, the first step is to take a swab of the site to determine what kind of snake you've been bitten by, so that the appropriate antivenom can be administered.

By studying snake venom, scientists have also created medicines to treat everything from high blood pressure to cancer.

Cinnamon Nippard has more from Australia.






venom (HATRED) Show phonetics
noun [U] LITERARY
the expression of feelings of hatred or extreme anger:
He was shocked at the sheer venom of her reply.

venomous Show phonetics
adjective
full of anger or hate:
Ms Brown has launched a venomous attack against the newspaper.


venom (POISON) Show phonetics
noun [U]
a poisonous liquid which some snakes, insects, etc. produce when biting or stinging

venomous Show phonetics
adjective
a venomous snake

ven・om


  
━━ n. (ヘビ・サソリなどの)毒液; 悪意, 恨み; 毒舌.
 ven・om・ous ━━ a. 有毒な; 悪意に満ちた.




venom

(vĕn'əm) pronunciation
n.
  1. A poisonous secretion of an animal, such as a snake, spider, or scorpion, usually transmitted by a bite or sting.
  2. A poison.
  3. Malice; spite: "They dislike making their just criticism of a useful and earnest man an excuse for a general discharge of venom from small-minded opponents" (W.E.B. DuBois).
[Middle English venim, from Old French, from Vulgar Latin *venīmen, from Latin venēnum, poison.]

capsule
(kăp'səl, -sūl) pronunciation
n.
  1. A small soluble container, usually made of gelatin, that encloses a dose of an oral medicine or a vitamin.
  2. Anatomy. A fibrous, membranous, or fatty sheath that encloses an organ or part, such as the sac surrounding the kidney or the fibrous tissues that surround a joint.
  3. Microbiology. A mucopolysaccharide outer shell enveloping certain bacteria.
  4. Botany.
    1. A dry dehiscent fruit that develops from two or more united carpels.
    2. The thin-walled, spore-containing structure of mosses and related plants.
  5. A space capsule.
  6. A brief summary; a condensation.
adj.
  1. Highly condensed; very brief: a capsule description.
  2. Very small; compact.
tr.v., -suled, -sul·ing, -sules.
  1. To enclose in or furnish with a capsule.
  2. To condense or summarize: capsuled the news.
[French, from Latin capsula, diminutive of capsa, box.]


encapsulate
v., -lat·ed, -lat·ing, -lates.
v.tr.
  1. To encase in or as if in a capsule.
  2. To express in a brief summary; epitomize: headlines that encapsulate the news.
v.intr.
To become encapsulated.
encapsulation en·cap'su·la'tion n.
encapsulator en·cap'su·la'tor n.

capsule

(kăp'səl, -sūl) pronunciation
n.
  1. A small soluble container, usually made of gelatin, that encloses a dose of an oral medicine or a vitamin.
  2. Anatomy. A fibrous, membranous, or fatty sheath that encloses an organ or part, such as the sac surrounding the kidney or the fibrous tissues that surround a joint.
  3. Microbiology. A mucopolysaccharide outer shell enveloping certain bacteria.
  4. Botany.
    1. A dry dehiscent fruit that develops from two or more united carpels.
    2. The thin-walled, spore-containing structure of mosses and related plants.
  5. A space capsule.
  6. A brief summary; a condensation.
adj.
  1. Highly condensed; very brief: a capsule description.
  2. Very small; compact.
tr.v., -suled, -sul·ing, -sules.
  1. To enclose in or furnish with a capsule.
  2. To condense or summarize: capsuled the news.
[French, from Latin capsula, diminutive of capsa, box.]


To offer a successful alternative to traditional open back and neck surgeries, fusions and artificial disc replacements by utilizing the latest techniques for spinal conditions through gentle, minimally invasive endoscopic laser procedures.

Capsule endoscopy

Capsule Endoscopy is a term used to describe a miniature capsule used to record images through the digestive tract for use in medicine.

Wikipedia article "Capsule endoscopy".

endo-
– or end–
pref.
Inside; within: endometrium.
[Greek, from endon, within.]
endocrine system 內分泌系統

en·do·don·tics (ĕn'dō-dŏn'tĭks) pronunciation 根管治療
n. (used with a sing. verb)
The branch of dentistry that deals with diseases of the tooth root, dental pulp, and surrounding tissue.
endodontic en'do·don'tic adj.
endodontist en'do·don'tist n.

endo・scope


━━ n. 【医】内視鏡.
endo・scopic ━━ a.

time capsule

很慚愧:《經典》創刊號來我很少讀它(首期的〈萬年淬鍊的台灣人〉專題、〈阿富汗〉以及〈美人魚悲歌〉等篇章,揭櫫《經典》以「人道關懷」和「自然生態」為重點的兩大報導主軸。
HC發現一翻譯問題:這「時間的膠囊」顯然誤會time capsule noun [日本採音譯:タイムカプセル YAHOO 「時代文物密藏器(常深埋地下,供後人了解之用).
赤日炎炎時間的膠囊鎖定在一八九五年到一九四五年間,回眸一甲子記載了台灣在日治時期的變革與翻新。內容涵蓋當代台灣的基礎建設、公共衛生的推動、農業「糖金米 銀」的躍進、城市現代化的宏規、工業化的腳步與進程、原住民與台灣民眾的抗日到順服,甚至廣及衍化新興的台灣美術等。

日本直接從德文 kapsel 翻譯

カプセル 1 [(ドイツ) Kapsel]


(1)ゼラチン製の小さな円筒状の容器。粉薬や油状の液剤を封入してのみやすくするのに用いる。膠嚢(こうのう)
(2)密閉した容器。特に宇宙船などの、計器や人を入れる気密容器。



カプセル内視鏡は,なぜ技術者を惹きつけるのか
膠囊內鏡為何會讓電子技術人員魂牽夢縈?

DATE 2008/06/16

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