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exacting

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exacting如何读

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exacting自然拼读

ex·act·ing

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exacting是什么意思

  • adj. 严格的;苛求的;吃力的
  • v. 逼取;急需(exact 的 ing 形式)

exacting扩展

exactingly (adv.), exactingness (n.)

exacting词根

词根:exact

adj.

exact 准确的,精密的;精确的

n.

exaction 强求;勒索;榨取;苛捐杂税

vi.

exact 勒索钱财

vt.

exact 要求;强求;急需

exacting英英释义

  • adj.
    • having complicated nutritional requirements; especially growing only in special artificial cultures
    • severe and unremitting in making demands
    • requiring precise accuracy

exacting儿童词典英英释义

exactitudenoun

the quality or state of being exact

exactingadjective

making many or difficult demands upon a person an exacting teacher

an exacting task

exacting词组

the exact same[非规范用语]正是同一个,正是这个;完全相同的 

exact solution精确解

exact science精密科学(如数学、物理学、化学等)

exact measurement精密测量

be more exact更确切地(说)

exact in对…很严谨

exact value精确值,准确值

exact match准确匹配

exact quantity确数;正确的数量

exact test精密试验

exact formula精密公式

exacting同义词

  • adj. 严格的;苛求的;吃力的
  • strict, rigid, precise, firm, rigorous

exacting词源英文解释

from present participle of exact >entry 1

The first known use of exacting was in 1634

exacting 例句

1.“For my tea! Nonsense, child, I would not dream of exacting a toll for my hospitality. Come inside, and the three of us shall drink together.”

2.But the performance was so touchingly exacting — Boulez, Harding told the audience, conducted the L.A.

3.Everything about the meal, part of the restaurant’s “Stay at Home Supper Club,” speaks to the chef’s exacting approach to food.

4.But Mr. Baumbach, an exacting writer, is not keen on improvisation.

5.“Donald Judd was famous for his exacting fabrication standards and for the ongoing physical integrity of his works of art,” the complaint noted.

6.The author is the owner of Bar Agricole — a restaurant with perhaps the most exacting standards for spirits in San Francisco — and has ambitions for the book beyond aesthetics.

7.I was never much of a baker, certainly not by Fromartz’s exacting standards, but I enjoyed bopping dough around the counter and came to value excellence in baking.

8.Every two years, chefs from around the world converge in Lyon, France, to prove their prowess to an exacting panel of judges.

9.He knew he had to study his idea in minute and exacting detail, in an organized and disciplined way.

10.Ms. Dunham and her cohorts — a generation raised on Tyra Banks don’t-judge-me rants and after-school programs about anorexia — are rebelling against the ever more exacting standard of beauty in show business.

11.Competition for the favors of academia, industry, and government was more intense, the qualifications of the judges higher, and the standards of success more exacting than before.

12.Yet in conversation, he comes across as exacting, quiet and polite, far different from what his writing — and seeming bad behavior — might suggest. 

13.The building has exacting humidity and climate control for labs, in addition to meeting areas.

14.Foremost is Farrell herself, a musically exacting and sharp-eyed stager of the ballets she knows so well from her years as a New York City Ballet star.

15.“I mean, I’ve had other cats,” he says with exacting clarity.

16.Like when youth leaders shamed girls who didn't live up to exacting purity standards, but never the boys.

17.A more exacting portrait of her life can be had in Jan Jarboe Russell’s 1999 biography, “Lady Bird: A Biography of Mrs. Johnson.”

18.Unusual for its champagne sparkle and custom mount, the diamond ring, to Ms. Molofsky’s surprise, fulfilled her exacting criteria.

19.Her research for writing the songs on “Freedom Highway” was no less exacting.

20.He was a paradox in spectacles, an exacting presence who helped to produce inexact outcomes.

exacting 同义词相关

pernickety [chiefly British]

fussy

finical

particular

dainty

choosy

demanding

delicate

nice

fastidious

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