2016年9月1日 星期四

aphasia



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a·pha·sia (ə-fā'zhə) pronunciation
n.
Partial or total loss of the ability to articulate ideas or comprehend spoken or written language, resulting from damage to the brain caused by injury or disease.
[Greek, from aphatos, speechless : a-, not; see a–1 + phatos, spoken, speakable (from phanai, to speak; see –phasia).]
aphasiac a·pha'si·ac' (-zē-ăk') n.
aphasic a·pha'sic (-zĭk, -sĭk) adj. & n.

  • aphasia
  • 【名】 失語(症)◆【略】APH
  • aphasia syndrome
  • 失語症候群 {しつご しょうこうぐん}
  • aphasiac
  • 【名】 失語症 {しつごしょう} 者[の人] 【形】 《医》失語症 {しつごしょう} の

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