Sources: CC-CEDICT; 英汉公共大词典; 英汉农业大词典
Many words are acquired through reading.
You might not like this beer at first. It's an acquired taste.
The second half of a man's life is made up of nothing but the habits he has acquired during the first half.
Now, it's as if people have acquired an aversion to silence ," says Father Christopher Jamison, who organises retreats at Worth Abbey in West Sussex.
Whether you inherited an abnormal breast cancer gene or acquired it, if you have one normal gene, that gene will still work to control cell growth and prevent cancer.
No, they are officials whose children and spouse, not because of work, all live abroad or have acquired a foreign nationality, or have the right of permanent abode in foreign countries.
A: No, they are officials whose children and spouse, not because of work, all live abroad or have acquired a foreign nationality, or have the right of permanent abode in foreign countries.
By 1982 the illness had a name — acquired immune deficiency syndrome.
CDC (USA) links the new disease to blood. The term AIDS (" acquired immune deficiency syndrome ") is used for the first time on July 27th.
I'm inclined to agree that incidence of acquired immune deficiency syndrome is indicative of its implications for society.