مرس, عود, مرس على المكاره, تراكم, أصبح نافذ المفعول
- مرسمحصنة تماما مشيراinuresinuring
Verb(1) cause to accept or become hardened to; habituate
(1) You'd think my Southern nature would inure me to this weather.(2) You agree that all use of the Logo, and all goodwill arising out of such use, will inure to the sole benefit of the association.(3) The higher charge didn't inure to the benefit of the defendants in that case.(4) The routinization of this kind of scandal in academia has almost inured us to the possibility of recourse.(5) Naturally, Critser found all this perturbing but, like most people, he was inured to the daily diet of doom and gloom fed to him by the press - all the more so since he belongs to its massed ranks himself.(6) No one who watches the movie now would shriek or gasp at the first sight of the monster- we're too inured to more convincing beasts.(7) The Palms Memorial Prayer Garden is open at all times when the church campus is open, except for scheduled prayer service and inurements .(8) To ignore the law would no longer constitute an abuse of the jury's power, as long as that disregard inured to the benefit of the defendant.(9) I worry about the state of their souls as individuals, and about the state of a society that produces people so inured to violence and gore.(10) The frightening risks taken by clandestine immigrants are so common we are inured to them.(11) In exchange for the privilege of fieldwork he had to do camp chores every afternoon, which was nothing - three years of graduate school had inured him to slave labor and subsistence living.(12) The basic prohibition against inurement is found in the Code and is further refined in related regulations.(13) The Board of Directors will not place itself in conflict of interest, with respect to private inurements deriving from services rendered to the Association.(14) It inures to the benefit of the victim and the victim's family.(15) We are perhaps inured to some of its excesses, but I don't think any Scot does not find it reprehensible.(16) Oh well, at least all those years in the aquarium have completely inured me to being wet.
(1) inure :: مرس
1. harden ::
2. toughen ::
3. season ::
4. temper ::
لين، لطف، هدأ
5. condition ::
6. accustom ::
7. habituate ::
8. familiarize ::
9. acclimatize ::
10. adjust ::
11. adapt ::
12. desensitize ::
1. soften ::
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