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voracious adj. 贪婪的;贪吃的;狼吞虎咽的

voraciously adv. 狼吞虎咽地;贪得无厌地

  • China's voracious demand for raw materials and U.S. appetite for gas and oil are driving the economy today, along with a domestic real estate boom.

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  • Apple computers still satisfy only a tiny portion of the military's voracious demand for computers.

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  • In the next ten months three separate chemo regimens failed to halt the cancer's voracious growth.

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  • The Kim bloodline is a heathy and vibrant one, owing to the Supreme Leader's voracious appetite for young women.

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  • Apple (nasdaq: AAPL - news - people ) computers still satisfy only a tiny portion of the military's voracious demand for computers.

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  • The interest tab will climb to 2.6% of GDP from 2% in 2007, held down only by the Federal Reserve's voracious purchases of Treasurys and mortgage- backed bonds.

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  • Already, the search engine has spawned businesses such as search-engine marketing and optimization, or Web arbitragers, and companies that live by serving Google's voracious computing needs (see: " The Search Industrial Complex").

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  • An oil gusher could also sharpen Brazil's already voracious appetite for the politics of the pork barrel.

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  • Trout and salmon may inhabit the dreams (and literature) of the upper classes, but the pugnacious, voracious bigmouth bass is everyman's fish, found in every state save Alaska.

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  • Today's technology-driven industries have a voracious appetite for new inventions.

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  • The culprits: slowing growth in China, a voracious buyer of commodities, and a U.S. housing recession that, he says, will slash demand for building materials like copper and weigh down the global economy.

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  • An engineer with two master's degrees from MIT, Koch is a voracious reader, heavily influenced by the so-called Austrian School of free market economics.

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  • Forbes's brave 400 billionaires, many newly minted were voracious bidders.

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