• go rotten
  • 腐る
  • I fancied him rotten.
  • 彼にベタぼれだった
  • rotten eggs
  • 腐った卵
  • rotten teeth
  • ぼろぼろの虫歯
  • A longboat, pinnace and yawl were provided as ship's boats, though the longboat was rotten and had to be rebuilt and painted with white lead before it could be brought aboard.
  • Wikipedia: HMS Endeavour
  • Compared to most worlds observed to that point, Io's surface was covered in a variety of colorful materials (leading Io to be compared to a rotten orange or to pizza) from various sulfurous compounds.
  • Wikipedia: Io (moon)
  • Franklin's three-year exploration of the northern coast of Canada in search of the Northwest Passage had ended in disaster amid accusations of murder and cannibalism, with 11 of the 20 members of the group killed and the survivors reduced to eating lichen, their own boots, and the remains of rotten carcasses abandoned by wolves.
  • Wikipedia: Halkett boat
  • From the late 1780s onward Wilberforce campaigned for limited parliamentary reform, such as the abolition of rotten boroughs and the redistribution of Commons seats to growing towns and cities, though by 1832, he feared that such measures went too far.
  • Wikipedia: William Wilberforce
  • However, some types of food rot over time, and consuming rotten foods may result in Snake developing a stomach ache, causing the stamina gauge to deplete faster.
  • Wikipedia: Metal Gear Solid 3: Snake Eater
  • Most commonly, Black Currawongs forage in pairs, but they may congregate in larger groups—flocks of 100 birds have descended on orchards to eat apples or rotten fruit.
  • Wikipedia: Black Currawong
  • Often, the rotten boroughs were controlled by great aristocrats, whose nominees were invariably elected by the constituents—who were, most often, their tenants—especially since the secret ballot was not yet used in Parliamentary elections.
  • Wikipedia: William IV of the United Kingdom
  • The men threw clay, rotten eggs, and stones packed in snow; the women were beaten and Pankhurst's ankle was severely bruised.
  • Wikipedia: Emmeline Pankhurst
  • The smell evokes reactions from deep appreciation to intense disgust, and has been described variously as almonds, rotten onions, turpentine, and gym socks.
  • Wikipedia: Durian
  • This was a rotten borough, with Garrow appointed to serve the interests of his patron.
  • Wikipedia: William Garrow
  • Unlike other parts of the prison that had been built from scratch in 1811, the Admiralty division—as well as the northern boundary wall, the dayroom, and the chapel—had been part of the old Borough gaol, and were considerably run down, the cells so rotten they were barely able to confine prisoners.
  • Wikipedia: Marshalsea
  • What no one knew in the home country, we knew - the SS-men who were beating us, told us that we build a camp for our rotten brothers from Poland, who today can still spend Easter uneventfully, without an inkling what awaits them.
  • Wikipedia: Mauthausen-Gusen concentration camp