Perguntas sobre exemplo de orações com, e a definição e o uso de "Chronic"

O significado de "Chronic" em várias frases e orações

Q: O que significa chronic?
A: recurring, constant or persisting problem.

In Slang or informal it means Marijuana.
Q: O que significa chronic ?
A: chronic means constant or recurring. Example: The doctor told me the stomach pain I suffered with for many years was due to chronic inflammation.
Q: O que significa chronic?
A: It describes something that is long-lasting or 'incurable'; something that seems to have no clear end or no clear beginning: e.g. He was a chronic liar
Cancer can become a chronic illness when discovered too late.

Exemplo de frases utilisando "Chronic"

Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com chronic .
A: Chronic means 'lasting for a long time'. Most usage centers around "chronic disease".

1) The patient was diagnosed with chronic cancer.

2) This medicine is supposed to help patients with chronic knee pain.
Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com chronic.
A: “My mother takes medication for her chronic pain”.
“Since my friend’s arm has been hurting for a long time, the doctor says it has become a chronic ache”.
Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com chronic.
A: Chronic basically means something that is continuously present, or something that occurs repeatedly. It's typically used with reference to illnesses or disease, but is not limited to it. Some examples:
1. He suffered from chronic indigestion
2. Being alone has made him a chronic grumbler
3. He was diagnosed with chronic liver degeneration.
Q: Me mostre frases de exemplo com chronic.
A: This disease is chronic
The problem of polution is chronic
(Chronic: for a long time)

Palavras similares a "Chronic" e suas diferenças

Q: Qual é a diferença entre chronic e chronical ?
A: They are different forms of the same word. They are both used to describe an incurable illness or disease. Chronicle refers to events said in the order of the way they happened.
Q: Qual é a diferença entre chronic e lasting ?
A: 'chronic' is always something bad.
chronic pain
long lasting pain relief!
Q: Qual é a diferença entre chronic e acute ?
A: “Chronic” means consistent or continuous. It can also be used for something that reoccurs consistently.

Ex: Rush hour traffic is a chronic headache for most people.

“Acute” is to describe something that is explicitly severe.

Ex: The acute melancholy from her mother’s death was unlike anything she had previously experienced.

Traduções de "Chronic"

Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? chronic
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Q: Como é que se diz isto em Inglês (EUA)? chronic
A: Hope this helps. :)

Outras perguntas sobre "Chronic"

Q: "He had a chronic heart disease. Last night, it suddenly took a turn for the worse and he collapsed and died while watching TV."

Hello! Do you think the passage above sounds natural? Thank you.

Very good. Perfectly natural
Q: ‎ In his chronic forgetfulness, EP has achieved a kind of pathological enlightenment, a perverted vision of the Buddhist ideal of living entirely in the present. “How old are you now?” Squire asks him. “Let’s see, fifty-nine or sixty. You got me,” he says. “My memory is not that perfect. It’s pretty good, but sometimes people ask me questions that I just don’t get. I’m sure you have that sometimes.” “Sure I do,” says Squire kindly, even though EP’s almost a quarter of a century off.

What do these mean?
1 You got me
2 I just don't get
3 that in you have that
4 a quarter of a century off


1. “You got me” is kind of a way of saying “You caught me”.

2. in this context “I just don’t get” means “That I don’t understand”. So just replace the former sentence with this one.

3. Do you mean “I’m sure you have that.”? Because that means “I’m sure you’ve experienced this.” or “I’m sure you experience this.”

4. First of all, quarter of a century is 25 years. So, saying someone’s age is a “quarter of a century off” like in this story is saying that when his/her age was guessed, the assumption is off by 25 years.

So, example, if you’re age is 60, and I guess that you’re age is 35 years old. Then you could say “you’re off by a quarter of a century!” because 25 years + 35 years = 60 years.
Q: A chronic tiredness often cause tic of eyelid. soa natural?
A: Chronic tiredness often causes tics of the eyelids.
Q: “due to the slowly developing chronic illness care system, it is very common in China to see..." and "“due to the slow development in chronic illness care, it is very common in China to see..." which one is better?
A: @snowboardgirlygirl: I also think the first is grammatically incorrect. I don't believe you should use an adverb (slowly) here. Although many people do.
Q: I have a chronic migraine. For some reason, my split headache has been getting heavier year by year. soa natural?
A: Firstly, you should say “splitting headache”, because “split” cannot work as an adjective. Secondly, simply saying “my splitting headache is getting heavier year by year” might sound more natural.

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