hampir mati
dying, moribund
hampir habis
hampir menemui ajal


  • Each of the two protagonists is more or less moribund – one convalescing after a near fatal collapse; the other laid low by deep vein thrombosis.
  • Ideally patients will be enrolled before they are moribund and on ‘death’s door’.
  • Foreign reserves are desperately low, the bond market moribund.
  • Rates had been exceptionally low for a protracted period as the US central bank sought to reignite a very moribund domestic and international economy.
  • But three years on, his much-touted finance and commerce ministers have been unable to spark zest into the moribund economy.
  • In a largely moribund game, he represents vibrancy, rising like a white knight as his club were plunged into the potential darkness of administration.
  • Conventional wisdom holds that the North is looking for aid and investment to help feed its starving population and revive its moribund economy.
  • I think I know what Bill and Ian Fraser are trying to do: they clearly felt that they needed to invigorate something that they must have seen as moribund .
  • He brought superb organizational skills, financial muscle and a solidly conservative orientation to what had been a moribund party.
  • And that culture was nowhere near moribund , but being kept alive, and by ordinary people as much as ‘elites’.
  • Most of the moribund patients recovered due to his treatment.
    People thought we were strange to take an interest in an out-of-the-way, if not moribund , part of the capital market.
  • Indeed, many see the need for large-scale hydrogen production as a way to jumpstart the moribund nuclear industry.
  • In his review, he reveals a gift for decaying and moribund figures of speech.
  • One patient was moribund at presentation and died 4 days later.
    We took the child out and as I looked at it I realised the kid was moribund .
  • Due to an acid residue from paper manufacturing many older books and journals are already brown and crumbling; the books are moribund !
  • An innovative programme could revitalise the moribund , but the financial services industry is too set in their ways to do any lateral or creative thinking.
  • Officials at City Hall are convinced that after decades of stagnation, the city’s moribund downtown core is on the verge of a breakthrough.
  • A big battleship would help the moribund community around Hunters Point, which has a battleship pier and plans for 1,600 homes.
  • A once desultory and commercially moribund neighborhood is revived.
  • But for many potential buyers, the moribund nature of the stock market today makes it unattractive.
  • A moribund economy and the decline of traditionally unionized industries eroded the base of the labor movement.
  • A previous study showed that death followed the selected moribund symptoms by 1 day or less.
  • Many investment managers feel stock markets have been moribund for so long that the odds favour a gradual improvement over the next few years.
  • He cannot liberate his people from the moribund cycle of violence and suffering.
  • She’d been lying for several hours before discovery, and, although conscious on admission to casualty, she was clearly moribund .
  • The current moribundity of the Party has its roots in the past years, not in recent months.
  • Perhaps not in this election, and despite the moribundity of the political system, voters may eventually be able to bring some life to Japanese democracy.
  • Native languages continued to move toward moribundity .



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