例句1. a band of robbers’
例句2. she wore a scarlet band round her waist’
Planning parameters for broadcasting-satellite service(BSS)in the band 12 GHz and BSS feeder links
General specification for Ku-band satellite television earth receive-only station
Safety of transportable motor-operated electric tools--Particular requirements for band saws
A professional band plays music in the coffee room of our hotel every night. It will liven up the atmosphere.
Newly-established nice dining hall in our hotel decorated splendidly, with a band accompaniment at dinner time, gives you unforgettable enjoyment.
A band of leather,cloth,metal,or plastic with an adjustable clasp that holds a wristwatch in place.
Mr.Bush showed courage in coming to terms with the crisis so quickly;wisdom is offering a substantive plan,not a Band-Aid;and political savvy in spreading the plan.Let Congress now do the same.
A wide vertical band in the center of an escutcheon.
elevator ,band ,specially designed for undrground use
conveyor ,blet or band ,specially designed for undergrond use
A tiny elongated structure that forces the dispersal of spores by the absorption of moisture.It is either a band attached to the spore,as in horsetails,or a filament occurring among the spores,as in liverworts.
Environmental testing for electric and electronic products Part 2: Test methods Test Fd: Random vibration wide band--General requirements
Environmental testing for electric and electronic products Part 2: Test methods Test Fda: Random vibration wide band--Reproducibility high
Environmental testing for electric and electronic products Part 2: Test methods Test Fdb: Random vibration wide band--Reproducibility medium
An ornament or a band worn on the forehead as a phylactery.
Frank hired out as a saxophonist with a dance band .
A raised horizontal surface or continuous band on an exterior wall;a stringcourse.
A band of the celestial sphere extending about8=to either side of the ecliptic that represents the path of the principal planets,the moon,and the sun.
joining of cuff seam tip, neck-band seam tip and rib-bottom seam tip
She stretched the rubber band to its full extent.
She snapped a rubber band deftly around a roll of bills.
Having a ringlike or collarlike band or marking about the neck.
The brass band played the National Anthem as a solemn,fervent one.
One of a band of ancient Norse warriors legendary for their savagery and reckless frenzy in battle.
A wind instrument,such as a trumpet or saxophone,used in a jazz band .
The Band played a military march.
Signalling between mobile station and base station and mobile services switching centre in public land mobile communication network at 450MHz band
cashier’s table band
narrow band interference
variable band pass filter
10cm band,frequency 2900-3100MHz10 (缩写:band)
radio frequency from 5200 up to 10000 megaHz (缩写:band)
1.(in Canada) a First Nations community that is officially recognized by the federal government, having an elected government with authority over internal affairs and acknowledged rights to a tract of land.
‘the legislation requires aboriginal communities to post their _band_ ’s financial statements online’
‘ _band_ members have an aboriginal right to fish in the river’
2.A belt or strap transmitting motion between two wheels or pulleys.
‘In the early years the wheels had iron _bands_ , so it was a fairly jolty ride to school.’
‘Spool the _band_ around the axle, place the racer on the floor and get ready for a speedy trip when you release the rear wheels.’
3.A collar with two hanging strips, worn by certain lawyers, clerics, and academics as part of their formal dress.
‘I’m wearing clerical _bands_ , which are a sign of my office’
‘There was a great accumulation of them near his clerical _bands_ , on which the abundant folds of his red skin were resting.’
4.A flat, thin strip or loop of material, used as a fastener, for reinforcement, or as decoration.
‘wads of banknotes fastened with gummed paper _bands_ ’
‘Victoria settled the velvet _band_ on her hair’
5.A group of musicians who play brass, wind, or percussion instruments.
‘a military _band_ ’
‘Sceptical as I was at the start, playing in a percussion _band_ was also good fun.’
6.A group of people who have a common interest or purpose or who share a common feature.
‘a _band_ of eminent British researchers’
‘After independence, the _bands_ of the army and the police used to perform for the public on Sunday evenings but this practice was discontinued.’
7.A herd or flock.
‘moving _bands_ of caribou’
‘Relieved of the need to avoid predators, little _bands_ of animals have not another single thing in their heads.’
8.A narrow stratum of rock or coal.
‘the _band_ of limestone continues north on the same contour’
‘What you see are just the edges of dykes and sills - narrow _bands_ of rock where the stuff has poured into cracks in the surrounding rock and solidified.’
9.A plain ring for the finger, especially a gold wedding ring.
‘a narrow _band_ of gold was her only jewellery’
‘Angela looked over at Jacob and noticed the gold _band_ on his finger.’
10.A range of frequencies or wavelengths in a spectrum.
‘channels in the UHF _band_ ’
‘Many applications need fast readout, high-precision synchronization, and high sensitivity in defined spectral _bands_ .’
11.A range of values or a specified category within a series (used especially in financial contexts)
‘your home was placed in one of eight valuation _bands_ ’
‘It is also important to note that whereas women save more than men within specific income _bands_ , women earn less than men, and therefore save less.’
12.A ring of metal placed round a bird’s leg to identify it.
‘look for a leg _band_ on the osprey’
‘All trapped birds were given a unique combination of colored plastic leg _bands_ that identified the year, site, and individual bird.’
13.A small group of musicians and vocalists who play pop, jazz, or rock music.
‘the _band_ ’s last two albums’
‘a local _band_ ’
14.A stripe, line, or elongated area of a different colour, texture, or composition from its surroundings.
‘a long, narrow _band_ of cloud’
‘On a notable day in July the cub was snoozing with his sisters within the _band_ of trees, ears alert for danger signals.’
15.A subgroup of a tribe.
‘Philip was born a Shushwap Indian, part of the Little Shushwap _band_ ’
‘All Inuit _bands_ speak very closely related dialects of this language family.’
16.A thing that restrains, binds, or unites.
‘must I fall, and die in _bands_ ?’
‘I walked to the library slowly, as if shambling, for my heart is bound with iron _bands_ like the faithful servant in that old tale.’
17.Any of several groups into which school pupils of the same age are divided on the basis of broadly similar ability.
‘the top _band_ of pupils’
‘That’s one top prize for each of the three age _bands_ in both categories.’
1.(of people or organizations) form a group to achieve a mutual objective.
‘local people _banded_ together to fight the company’
‘Local residents and other concerned people soon _banded_ together in loosely organised protest and called themselves Friends of Hindmarsh Island.’
2.Allocate to a range or category (used especially in financial contexts)
‘single adults in a property _banded_ above D will pay more’
‘Thousands of York residents were bracing themselves for higher bills following an overhaul of council tax _banding_ levels, which are currently based on 1991 house prices.’
3.Group (school pupils) into classes or sets for teaching purposes.
‘the infants are _banded_ in terms of their ability’
4.Mark (something) with a stripe or stripes of a different colour.
‘the bird’s bill is _banded_ across the middle with black’
‘The legs are _banded_ in cream and maroon, the spines on top of the body are orange at the base and green at the tip, and the general effect is like that of a delicately coloured butterfly.’
5.Provide or fit (an object) with something in the form of a strip or ring, for reinforcement or decoration.
‘doors are _banded_ with iron to make them stronger’
‘The outer edges of these Audi floor mats are coil-stitched and are not _banded_ to provide endurance.’
6.Put a band on (a bird) for identification.
‘the map shows where starlings _banded_ in Holland were later recovered’
‘Breeding Black Brant have been _banded_ at that site since 1986, providing a large sample of identifiable females on which to measure repeatability.’
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