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;

    region查询结果如下:

    音标:['riːdʒən]
    名词复数:regions 词频:高频常用词

    基本释义/说明: n.地区
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    n.
    ①地带;地区;区域,区;
    forest regions
    森林地带.
    the Arctic Regions
    北极地带.
    ②领域;范围;
    get into the region of art(science)
    进入艺术(科学)领域.
    ③【解】区(部);部位;
    the abdominal region
    腹部区.
    -扩展释义
    【海运】
    范围,区域
    n.
    [C]1. 地区,地带;行政区域,2. 【解】部,部位,3. (艺术,科学等的)领域,范围,4. (首都以外的)各地区[the P]5. (大气,海水等的)层,6. (生物地理学的)区
    Development & Cooperation of International Economy Region and Trade Technology
    国际经济地区的开发合作及其经贸技术与程序
    【海运】
    地方,(地)区,(大气,海水等的)层,部位,区域,范围,领域
    n. 【法律专业】
    地带 ,地区,地域,区,行政区
    Development & Cooperation of International Economy Region and Trade Technology
    国际经济地区的开发合作及其经贸技术与程序
    【医学】 【中医】
    部位,局部,地方
    【机械】
    M区
    【机械】
    T域,T区
    【航空工程】
    F层
    【航空工程】
    E区
    -region的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    Without regions. || Not confined to a single region.
    “The legend in Australia was that everyone is the same, living in a classless, regionless, ethnically homogeneous society with the same history and a universal accent.”
    Of, or pertaining to, a specific region or district. || Of, or pertaining to, a large geographic region. || Of, or pertaining to, one part of the body. || (Australia) Of a state or other geographic area, those parts which are not metropolitan, but are somewhat densely populated and usually contain a number of significant towns.
    “The soap videos provide both a glimpse of popular British culture and useful exposure to regional accents and idioms.”
    “This also highlights a flaw in the reliance of national viewing figures since they fail to show regional variations in taste.”
    Of or pertaining to regionalism.
    Throughout a region.
    Relating to, or supporting, regionalism.

    名词 变体/同根词

    regionality
    The property of being regional.
    “Yes, cheeses can have terroir just as wine can, but when it comes to cheese, regionality is oftentimes overlooked.”
    “The methods of production used in the U.S., although correct, abandon the entire idea of terroir and regionality.”
    “The party’s regionality prevented it from winning a national election.”
    An act or process of regionalizing.
    “Williams sees the continuing withdrawal of government and the regionalization of services as the growing threat to coastal communities.”
    “The real winners from regionalization were the regional bureaucrats, who were able to access large amounts of European money.”
    “Although in Portugal there are at present only two levels, central and local government, regionalization and creation of agencies are currently on the political agenda.”
    regionalism; a tendency to administer an area as separate regions
    Affection, often excessive, for one’s own region and to everything related to it. || Political tendency to concede forms of politico-administrative autonomy to regions. || (语言学) A word or phrase originating in, characteristic of, or limited to a region.
    “For them, regionalism was the best solution to cope with political and religious differences.”
    “A high level of religious practice often underlined regionalism and even nationalism.”
    “What can be said at this stage is that regionalism should not be dismissed as a party political gimmick.”

    动词 变体/同根词

    (transitive) To divide into or organize according to regions. || (transitive) To administer on a regional basis.
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