acedia

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英 [ə'si:dɪə]
美 [ə'sidɪr]
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  • n.

    懒惰,绝望;

  • 英英释义

    acedia[ ə'si:diə ]

    • n.apathy and inactivity in the practice of virtue (personified as one of the deadly sins)

      同义词:slothlaziness

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    用作名词(n.)
    1. Finally, the occupational acedia symptom is not markedly correlated with the answering way.
      最后,职业倦怠与应对方式没有显著相关。

    权威例句

    Acedia
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    Acedia
    Acedia: The etiology of work-engendered depression
    Acedia: Its Evolution from Deadly Sin to Psychiatric Syndrome
    Acedia the sin and its relationship to sorrow and melancholia in medieval times.
    Before depression: the medieval vice of acedia.
    The Sin of Sloth: Acedia in Medieval Thought and Literature by Siegfried Wenzel
    Occupation acedia is a very important factor of mental sub-health of teachers in primary and middle schools
    Siegfried Wenzel. — The Sin of Sloth: Acedia in Medieval Thought and Literature
    Acedia and the Daemonium Meridianum in Nikolaj Gogol's ‘Povest' o tom, kak possorilsja Ivan Ivanovič s Ivanom Nikiforovičem’
    The Sin of Sloth or the Illness of the Demons? The Demon of Acedia in Early Christian Monasticism
    The psychology of faculty demoralization in the liberal arts: Burnout, acedia, and the disintegration of idealism