constipation / ˌkɒn stəˈpeɪ ʃən /


constipation 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a condition of the bowels in which the feces are dry and hardened and evacuation is difficult and infrequent.
  2. Informal. a state of slowing down, sluggishness, or inactivity.
  3. Obsolete. the act of crowding anything into a smaller compass; condensation.

constipation 近义词


等同于 cramp


  1. People with this disorder experience frequent bouts of diarrhea or constipation.
  2. Now is the winter of our discontent, having barely recovered from the autumn of our constipation.
  3. Doctors say this is why constipation is one of the drugs’ most common side effects.
  4. Chickweed can also be used as an anti-itch poultice for irritated skin or eaten to relieve constipation.
  5. It gauges the risks of that crew member having anything from constipation to a heart attack.
  6. In addition to the “high,” there is pain relief, but also nausea, constipation, and slowed breathing.
  7. After a few days of bad food and early nights, I began to get terrible constipation.
  8. Simple constipation and diseases of the large intestine alone do not increase the amount of indican.
  9. Rounded scybalous masses are common in habitual constipation, and indicate atony of the muscular coat of the intestine.
  10. Besides, he suffered from constipation and feelings of depression.
  11. It serves to give bulk to the food, and thereby possibly acts as a preventive to constipation.
  12. Constipation is taken care of along the same lines as mentioned elsewhere in this book.