动词过去式:decomposed 过去分词:decomposed 现在分词:decomposing 第三人称单数:decomposes 形容词:decomposable 名词:de-composability
pos＝to place,to put（置,放）
1 [I, Tn] (cause sth to) become bad or rotten; decay （使某物）变坏, 腐烂
*a decomposing corpse 腐尸.
2 [Tn] separate (a substance, light, etc) into its parts 分解（某物质、光线等）
*A prism decomposes light. 棱镜可以分解光线.
v [I and T]
to decay or make something decay
a partially decomposed body
technical to divide into smaller parts, or to make something do this
>decomposition [,diːkɔmpə'zɪʃən (US) -kɑːm-/
1. They decompose and are quickly destroyed by the weather or eaten by some other creature. 它们腐败之后很快地风化掉, 或被别的动物吃掉.
2. They decompose and are quickly destroyed by the weather or eaten by some other creature. 因为它们腐败之后很快就被风化掉，或被别的动物吃掉了。