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bereavement 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
  1. mourning: state of sorrow over the death or departure of a loved one
  2. (bereaved) a person who has suffered the death of someone they loved; "the bereaved do not always need to be taken care of"
  3. (bereaved) sorrowful through loss or deprivation; "bereft of hope"
  4. Grief is a multi-faceted response to loss, particularly to the loss of someone or something to which a bond was formed. Although conventionally focused on the emotional response to loss, it also has physical, cognitive, behavioral, social, and philosophical dimensions. ...
  5. Bereavement is a 2010 American horror film starring Michael Biehn, Alexandra Daddario, John Savage and Nolan Gerard Funk. It is written and directed by Stevan Mena.
  6. The state of being bereaved; deprivation; especially the loss of a relative by death
  7. (BEREAVED) (N) The immediate family of the deceased. (V) suffering from grief upon the death of a loved one.
  8. (Bereaved) Someone who is experiencing a loss.
  9. (bereaved) Left desolate or deprived because of a death.
  10. Family Bereavement is an extension of Cast insurance. It indemnifies the production company for the net loss or for extra expenses to begin or complete principal photography of an insured production, due to serious illness or death of an immediate family member of any insured artist or director. ...
  11. the state of being bereaved; to be in a sad or lonely state due to a loss or death.
  12. To dream of the bereavement of a child, warns you that your plans will meet with quick frustration, and where you expect success there will be failure. Bereavement of relatives, or friends, denotes disappointment in well matured plans and a poor outlook for the future.
  13. Grieving a death. Hospice of the Valley offers grief support groups, individual counseling and a quarterly newsletter to the bereaved for 13 months following a death.
  14. The act of grieving someone's death.
  15. means those supportive services provided to the family to assist them in coping with the death of the patient. [700.2 (c)]
  16. A process of loss, grief and recovery, usually associated with death.
  17. A reaction to the death of a loved one (for example, feelings of sadness and associated symptoms such as insomnia, poor appetite, and weight loss).
  18. means the period of time, usually occurring within the first year after the loss, during which a person or group of people experiences, responds emotionally to, and adjusts to the loss by death of another person.
  19. The process of dealing with or grieving over a death.
  20. A weakling's loss of a weak reference to another object, occurring when that object is not reachable along a path of strong references from a root object.
  21. Global term encompassing both the feelings of grief and the process of mourning in reaction to a death.
  22. Emotional and role changes that follow death
  23. Grief experienced by loss of a loved one due to death.
  24. symbolizes your need to eliminate negative influence from the past. An aspect of you has to die before another aspect can find expression. For example, to dream of the death of your father means you need to eliminate the negative influence of your father.
  25. is the state of being deprived of someone close (usually a relative) by death. It refers to the fact without necessarily implying any emotional reactions, or their content. Verb: to bereave.