2016年12月13日 星期二

cutaneous, subcutaneous, old flame, The memory/scars remain(s) raw

A memorial to those killed at Sandy Hook Elementary in 2012.

QUOTATION OF THE DAY

"This tragedy tears at wounds still raw from five years ago."
PRESIDENT OBAMA, at a service for three soldiers killed in a rampage at Fort Hood, Tex.

A Year of Painful, Daily Reminders in Newtown

By MICHAEL WILSON

For those whose children were killed a year ago at Sandy Hook Elementary School in Newtown, Conn., the scars remain raw with every memorial and in everyday encounters.
A controversial new book claims movie studios gave into the wishes of Hitler’s Germany. How true are its claims? And why is the subject still so raw?

http://www.bbc.com/culture/story/20130930-did-hollywood-help-the-nazis




India is a secular state, but its people are predominantly Hindu, with a large Muslim minority and significant populations of other religions. Religious and caste tensions have periodically erupted in bloodletting in the 62 years since independence from Britain. In 1992, Hindu activists destroyed a mosque that they believed to be the birthplace of the Hindu deity Rama, setting off riots that killed more than 1,000. The memory remains raw in India.

Spaceship House Is a Labor of Jilted Love

Roberto Sanchez Rivera, a 58-year-old retired teacher in Juana Diaz, P.R., built a hillside structure resembling a flying saucer to show an old flame she was wrong. 




People who shaved, waxed, trimmed or plucked their pubic hair were found to be twice as likely to have cutaneous STIs such as herpes, which can spread via the skin.

Study finds that adults who wax, shave or pluck are twice as likely to get an infection because of cuts – but there are other possible explanations for the…
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cutaneous
kjuːˈteɪnɪəs/
adjective
  1. relating to or affecting the skin.
    "cutaneous pigmentation"

 flame
[名]
1 [U][C]((しばしば〜s))炎, 火炎;燃焼;白熱, 赤熱. ⇒BLAZE1[名]1
catch flame
火がつく
be in flames
燃えている
burn with flame
炎を上げて燃える
explode in flames
爆発炎上する
go up in flames
燃え上がる
burst into flames
ぱっと燃え上がる.
2 きらきらする輝き, 輝く光, 燃えるような色, 炎[だいだい]色;紅潮
the flame of the setting sun
燃えるような夕映えの色.
3 ((文))情熱, 激情, 情炎
flames of revenge
復讐(ふくしゅう)の炎.
4 《インターネット》フレーム:(ネットワーク上の)けんか.
fan the flames
あおり立てる, 火に油を注ぐ.
old flame
((略式・おどけて))昔の恋人[愛人].



raw
adj., raw·er, raw·est.
  1. Uncooked: raw meat.
    1. Being in a natural condition; not processed or refined: raw wool. See synonyms at crude.
    2. Not finished, covered, or coated: raw wood. See synonyms at rude.
    3. Not having been subjected to adjustment, treatment, or analysis: raw data; the raw cost of production.
  2. Untrained and inexperienced: raw recruits.
  3. Recently finished; fresh: raw plaster.
  4. Having subcutaneous tissue exposed: a raw wound.
  5. Inflamed; sore: a raw throat.
  6. Unpleasantly damp and chilly: raw weather.
  7. Cruel and unfair: a raw punishment.
  8. Outspoken; crude: a raw portrayal of truth.
  9. Powerfully impressive; stark: raw beauty; raw talent.
  10. Nude; naked.
idiom:
in the raw
  1. In a crude or unrefined state: nature in the raw.
  2. Nude; naked.
[Middle English, from Old English hrēaw.]
rawly raw'ly adv.
rawness raw'ness n.




[形]
1 料理していない, 生(なま)
a raw onion
生のタマネギ
eat oysters raw
カキを生で食べる.
2 ((通例限定))加工していない, 未精製の, 原料のままの;((主に米))〈酒などが〉未熟な;〈フィルムが〉露光していない
raw silk
生糸
raw data
未処理のデータ
raw milk
未殺菌の生牛乳
raw whisky
熟成していないウイスキー.
[類語]raw自然のままで加工されていない. crude自然または未加工の状態で, 洗練または完成されていない:a crude design素案.
3 皮がむけた, ひりひりする;〈傷などが〉口をあけた;〈山はだなどが〉むき出しの
touchhit] a raw nervespot
人の痛いところをつく, 神経を逆なでする
Her hands are raw from the cold.
彼女の手は寒さでひび割れている.
4 〈人が〉洗練されていない;粗野な;〈文体などが〉生硬な
a raw remark
粗野な言葉.
5 ((通例限定))無知な;未熟な, 未経験の
a raw apprentice
未熟な初心者
be raw in one's occupation
仕事に慣れていない.
6 露骨な;((米略式))下品な, わいせつな.
7 ひどい;不当な, 不公平な.
8 〈空気・風などが〉湿っぽくて冷たい, きびしい
a raw wind
冷え冷えする風.
9 裸の;できたての.
━━[名]
1 すり傷, 赤肌, すりむけた箇所;((the 〜))((比喩))痛い所, 弱点
touchhit, catch] a person on the raw
人の痛いところをつく(⇒[形]3).
2 ((しばしば〜s))未精製品(粗糖・原油など);未加工品, 原料.
in the raw
(1) 生の, 未加工[未精製]の, ありのままの
life in the raw
ありのままの人生.
(2) ((略式))裸の[で].
raw・ly
[副]
raw・ness
[名][U]生, 未熟;(傷などが)ひりひりすること, 赤肌;((時にa 〜))うすら寒さ.

raw

Syllabification: (raw)
Pronunciation: /rô/
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adjective

  • 1(of food) uncooked:raw eggs salsify can be eaten raw in salads or cooked
  • (of a material or substance) in its natural state; not yet processed or purified:raw silk raw sewage
  • (of information) not analyzed, evaluated, or processed for use:there were a number of errors in the raw data
  • (of the edge of a piece of cloth) not having a hem or selvage.
  • (of a person) new to an activity or job and therefore lacking experience or skill:they were replaced by raw recruits
  • 2(of a part of the body) red and painful, especially as the result of skin abrasion:he scrubbed his hands until they were raw figurativeFran’s nerves were raw
  • 3(of the weather) bleak, cold, and damp:a raw February night
  • 4(of an emotion or quality) strong and undisguised:he exuded an air of raw, vibrant masculinity
  • frank and realistic in the depiction of unpleasant facts or situations:a raw, uncompromising portrait
  • US informal (of language) coarse or crude, typically in relation to sexual matters.



Phrases





in the raw


  • 1in its true state; not made to seem better or more palatable than it actually is:he didn’t much care for nature in the raw
  • 2 informal (of a person) naked:I slept in the raw

Derivatives





rawly

adverb




rawness

noun

Origin:

Old English hrēaw, of Germanic origin; related to Dutch rauw and German roh, from an Indo-European root shared by Greek kreas 'raw flesh'

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