中英文地名和人名建议选择专门化的地名译典或人名译典;有些缩写词在缩写词典中更容易查到;

    center查询结果如下:

    音标:['sentər] 现在分词:centering
    过去式:centered 过去分词:centered
    名词复数:centers 第三人称单数:centers
    异形词:centre
    基本释义/说明: n.中心;集中点
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    a.
    中央的, 位在正中的;
    n.
    中心, 中心点, 中锋;
    v.
    集中, 关于
    图典解说
    -扩展释义
    n. 【机械】
    心,中心
    The business center/the ticket-booking center
    (旅馆的)商务中心/票务中心
    n.
    1. 中心; 中央 中心点2. 中心区; 人口集中地区; 中心站3. 中枢 核心4. (有时大写)(政党等的) 中间派[the S]5. (球队的) 中锋6. 【数】(美)圆心vt.1. 使集中[(+on)][H]2. 把...放在中部[(+on/in)]vi.1. 集中; 居中[(+on/upon/around)]a.1. (在)中心的
    Bradbury Social Center for the Elderly [Chung Sum Free Methodist Church of Hong Kong]
    白普理老人中心〔香港循理会忠心堂〕
    n. 【化学】
    中心,顶尖,假框,根源,中间派,中心距,心板;聚集,定中心
    Bradbury Social Center for the Elderly [Chung Sum Free Methodist Church of Hong Kong]
    白普理老人中心〔香港循理会忠心堂〕
    n. 【农业】
    中心,圆心,点
    Bradbury Social Center for the Elderly [Chung Sum Free Methodist Church of Hong Kong]
    白普理老人中心〔香港循理会忠心堂〕
    n.
    中心,中央顶针顶点定……中心
    -同义词和反义词

    词性:noun

    例句1. the centre of the town’

    同义词系列2
    反义词系列1
    -center的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    central and posterior
    “The distribution appears to be centroposterior in the N400 window and more central in the first part.”
    (informal) Somewhat central; close to the center.
    “Once we had an old man who came to school to show us slides he took of dinosaurs in the inky jungle of somewhere in centralish Africa.”
    Of lines, converging to a centre.
    “The ancient question concerning what anyone might actually be speaking of when designating an object or deed as ’good’ is the centrolineal inquiry of the text.”
    Being in the centre; central. || (physics) Pertaining to a nerve centre. || (of diatoms) Being a member of the class Centrales
    “The major source of the spring diatom pulse was Skeletonema potamos and a variety of centric and pennate diatoms.”
    “The planktonic centric diatom Actinocyclus nonnanhi was the primary vector of tracer nitrogen to benthic and water-column organisms.”
    “Among the diatoms, there was a greater loss of pennate than centric diatoms.”
    Being in the centre. || Being the most important. || Having or containing the centre of something. || Being very important, or key to something. || (anatomy) Exerting its action towards the peripheral organs.
    “It originated in a time when intellect was deemed to be the central principle of human nature.”
    “The central area of the city has safe and walkable neighborhoods.”
    “The coring tube quickly separates the central core from the rest of the apple.”

    名词 变体/同根词

    center的异体字形式
    The act or process of centralizing, or the state of being centralized; the act or process of combining or reducing several parts into a whole
    “Will this direct reporting be enough to loosen the strictures of centralization and create the accountability and openness that is needed?”
    “Together they stood athwart any measure that smacked of political centralization.”
    “De facto bicameralism offers a strong counterweight to any potential centralization of power.”
    The state of being centered. || (in combination) The state of being centered on the thing specified.
    “The guy just has a sense of inner confidence and centeredness that is very reassuring.”
    “At the same time, every hidden retreat relies upon knowledge of what exists outside of the space in order for the sense of centeredness to transpire.”
    “It has pairs of large moody mandalas on each wall that loom and seem to spin, exuding a strong energy that creates an extraordinary zone of centeredness, stillness and power.”
    An ornament to be placed in the centre, as of a table, ceiling, etc. || A central article or figure.
    “The centrepiece of the pavilion was a grand piano designed by Ruhlmann and made from such exotic materials as amboyna wood and Macassar ebony.”
    “The centrepiece of this year’s centenary celebrations was a symposium attended by 900 Joycean scholars from around the world.”
    “The centrepiece of the reforms is the introduction of a flat income tax rate of 20 percent and the dismantling of social services.”
    A device used to centralize a piece of equipment. || (mathematics) (of an element in a group) The set of elements of the same group which commute with the element. See also normalizer.
    “This tool is a hydraulically actuated integral joint bow spring centralizer.”
    “New tools introduced in the second quarter, such as the IJ Bow Spring and External Casing Packer centralizer, show promise for future sales.”
    “Successful testing of the patent pending pressure activated casing centralizer should bolster this division during the year.”
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