mil·dew /ˈmɪlˌdu, ˌdju/
mil·dew /ˈmɪlˌd(j)u/ 名詞
Mil·dew n. Bot. A growth of minute powdery or webby fungi, whitish or of different colors, found on various diseased or decaying substances.
Mil·dew, v. t. [imp. & p. p. Mildewed p. pr. & vb. n. Mildewing.] To taint with mildew; as, mildewed clothing.
He . . . mildews the white wheat. --Shak.
Mil·dew, v. i. To become tainted with mildew.
n 1: the process of becoming mildewed [syn: mold]
2: a fungus that produces a superficial (usually white) growth
on organic matter
v : become moldy; spoil due to humidity; "The furniture molded
in the old house" [syn: mold]
(the rendering of a Hebrew word meaning "to be yellow,"
yellowness), the result of cutting east winds blighting and thus
rendering the grain unproductive (Deut. 28:22; 1 Kings 8:37; 2