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标题: [word-lover] 【整理】2015-07-17 How to Use a Word [打印本页]

作者: qingchengshan    时间: 2015-7-18 07:38     标题: 2015-07-17 How to Use a Word

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作者: TWENLONG    时间: 2015-7-18 14:57     标题: [Homework]2015-07-17 How to Use a Word

Today's word is superannuated, spelled as one word S U P E R A N N U A T E D. Superannuated is an adjective that means outmoded or old fashioned. It can also mean incapacitated or disqualified for active duty by advanced age or older than the typical member of a specified group. Here is the word used by * quoted in the Daily *. I hand for a superannuated navy ships * rape with their * halls, cheering this people's arm while military officers gathered on the peer to slap cellphone shuts of the flashing halls. The word superannuated was first put to use in English in the 1,600, having been borrowed from native Latin the word super and * the * of super * meaning to be too old. From the Latin super meaning over or above and * annus meaning year. Shortly there after, we made our own verb superannuate from the adjective. Superannuate means to dismiss or retire from service with a pension as well as to declare obsolete meanings that are still an active service. Superannuated can mean outmoded or old fashioned as an superannuated * or the superannuated navy ships of our example sentence. Or it can simply mean older that usual. I'm Peter * with your word for day.
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