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constipated 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˈkänstəˌpātid/,
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(of a person or animal) Affected with constipation,
  1. (of a person or animal) Affected with constipation

  2. Slow-moving; restricted or inhibited in some way
    • - spontaneous girls like Ellen are never going to be intimate with constipated deadpan fellows like me

  1. have difficult or incomplete or infrequent evacuation of the bowels
  2. (constipate) clog: impede with a clog or as if with a clog; "The market is being clogged by these operations"; "My mind is constipated today"
  3. (constipate) cause to be constipated; "These foods tend to constipate you"
  4. (constipation) irregular and infrequent or difficult evacuation of the bowels; can be a symptom of intestinal obstruction or diverticulitis
  5. (constipation) stultification: the act of making something futile and useless (as by routine)
  6. The state of being unable to defecate
  7. (constipation) Act of crowding anything into a lesser compass, or the state of being crowded or pressed together; condensation; A state of the bowels in which the evacuations are infrequent and difficult, or the intestines become filled with hardened faeces; costiveness
  8. Constipation is a very common condition that affects people of all ages. When you are constipated, you feel that you are not passing stools (faeces) as often as your normally do, or that you have to strain more than usual, or that you are unable to completely empty your bowels. ...
  9. (Constipation) Reduced stool frequency, or hard stools, difficulty passing stools, or painful bowel movements.
  10. (Constipation) The decreased ability of the intestinal muscles to move stool mater through the bowels of the digestion system.
  11. (constipation) Condition of the digestive system where a person (or animal) experiences hard feces that makes it difficult to have a bowel movement and can be very painful. CFS & FM patients often experience bouts of constipation and diarrhea. See “Irritable Bowel Syndrome”.
  12. (constipation) A condition in which the stool becomes hard and dry. A person who is constipated usually has fewer than three bowel movements in a week. Bowel movements may be painful.
  13. (Constipation) a condition in which bowel evacuations occur infrequently, or in which the feces are hard and small, or in which passage of feces causes difficulty or pain.
  14. (Constipation) A condition in which the contents of the large intestines (bowels) are discharged at long intervals or with difficulty.
  15. (Constipation) A person is constipated when he/she has less than three bowel movements a week; has to strain severely in order to defecate; produces hard stools; produces less than 30 g (one ounce) of stool with each bowel movement.
  16. (Constipation) Condition where the stools are passed less frequently and are hard.
  17. (Constipation) Difficulty in emptying the bowel. Usually the waste material has become compact and hard making it painful to evacuate.
  18. (Constipation) Food in intestinal tract becomes obstructed or slow moving
  19. (Constipation) Having a hard time or being unable to pass stool. This is a common uncomfortable pregnancy symptom. To avoid constipation eat a high fibre diet, never hold in a bowel movement, eat frequent smaller meals, chew food thoroughly and hydrate.
  20. (Constipation) Having bowel movements less often then every three days. Most often related to decreased colon activity.
  21. (Constipation) Increased intestinal transit time resulting in hard dry faeces (feces) passed less frequently than normal
  22. (Constipation) Slowdown of the intestine.
  23. (Constipation) USE Digestive disorders
  24. (Constipation) is the infrequent or incomplete passage of FAECES; sometimes only flatus can be passed and, rarely, no bowel movements occur (see main entry for CONSTIPATION). It is often associated with abdominal swelling. ...
  25. (constipation) Problems in passing stools from the bowel.  ALmost 90% of all hepatic porphyria patients experience constipation during an acute attack.