inhibit / ɪnˈhɪb ɪt /


inhibit 的定义

v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to restrain, hinder, arrest, or check.
  2. to prohibit; forbid.
  3. Psychology. to consciously or unconsciously suppress or restrain.
  4. Chemistry. to decrease the rate of action of or stop.

inhibit 近义词

v. 动词 verb

restrict, prevent


  1. T-cells struggle to get inside large masses of cancer cells, and even if they do, these tumors often produce proteins that inhibit the effectiveness of the T-cells.
  2. “We’re excited because we need drugs that inhibit the virus directly,” Maldonado says.
  3. A July 21 study in Cell Reports found that the drug can inhibit SARS-CoV-2 replication in lab-grown monkey and human cells.
  4. The disorder, known as X-linked agammaglobulinemia, inhibits the body’s ability to make the antibodies called gamma globulins, resulting in severe infections even from fairly innocuous pathogens.
  5. Besides the reports out of China, two studies using computer simulations of coronavirus proteins predicted that famotidine might dock with and inhibit important viral enzymes called proteases that help the virus replicate.
  6. Studies have repeatedly shown that Plan B ok “does not inhibit implantation.”
  7. If the technology works well, secrecy can inhibit its deployment.
  8. “Oil is antimicrobial and gets into the tissues of the mouth to inhibit bacterial growth,” says Caldecott.
  9. Since the FDA approved Plan B in 1999, repeated studies have shown the drug does not inhibit implantation.
  10. IUDs, also named in the Hobby Lobby and Conestoga suits, almost certainly can inhibit implantation.
  11. If he does not inhibit or exclude from his mind the word “Petition” he can make no advance.
  12. The wine would cleanse and at least inhibit bacterial growth.
  13. You worked your way outward on this run, and the High Council didn't see fit to erase those memories or inhibit them.
  14. By refraining from the physical expression, one may at least partially inhibit the emotion.
  15. The public welfare requires that we inhibit our fighting impulses, except in cases of self-defense or war.