anorexic - транскрипция, произношение и перевод онлайн

Транскрипция и произношение слова "anorexic" в британском и американском вариантах. Подробный перевод и примеры.

anorexic / потерявший аппетит
[ˌæn.əˈrek.sɪk]
[ˌæn.ərˈek.tɪk]
Перевод
имя прилагательное
потерявший аппетит
anorexic
Определения
имя прилагательное
relating to, characterized by, or suffering from anorexia.
Women with bulimic or anorexic female relatives are four to five times more likely to develop the disorder, and twin studies reveal that the genetic risk factor may be as high as 58 percent.
имя существительное
a person suffering from anorexia.
Some of the youngest sufferers are the children of anorexics and bulimics, many of whom raise their families with bizarre attitudes towards food.
a medicine that produces a loss of appetite.
The cases examined here emphasized the marked individual variation in severity and location of valvular lesions induced by anorectic agents.
Примеры
He eventually became anorexic and then bulimic.
She raised one of those pointlessly anorexic cigarettes to her pouting lips and leaned in closer to me.
Families are distressed by the anorexic behavior, which resists both entreaties and threats.
A group treatment program was designed for anorexic clients attending a multidisciplinary, outpatient eating disorders clinic in a general hospital.
When it came to anorexic or bulimic girls, I wouldn't book them until they got better.
Ongoing inpatient psychotherapy helps to dismantle the anorexic belief system.
Looking at contexts where lightness is celebrated in music, literature and the arts one writer suggests anorexic behaviour is more than a pattern of psychiatric symptoms.
When I was at college there was a girl who went around telling everyone that she was anorexic .
Women with bulimic or anorexic female relatives are four to five times more likely to develop the disorder, and twin studies reveal that the genetic risk factor may be as high as 58 percent.
They have to be above 5 ft 6 inches and must be thin, not anorexic though.