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cased如何读

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美:[ keɪst]

cased是什么意思

  • adj.装箱的;加套的
  • 动词case的过去式和过去分词.

cased英英释义

noun (1)

a set of circumstances or conditions

is the statement true in all three cases

a situation requiring investigation or action (as by the police)

Her disappearance is a case for the police.

conditionspecifically: condition of body or mind

an inflectional form of a noun, pronoun, or adjective indicating its grammatical relation to other words

the possessive case

such a relation whether indicated by inflection or not

what actually exists or happens : fact

thought he had failed, but that wasn't the case

a suit or action in law or equity a civil case

a criminal case

the evidence supporting a conclusion or judgment

makes a good case for adopting the proposal

an instance of disease or injuryalso: patient Dr. Berg's cases

a case of pneumonia

an instance that directs attention to a situation or exhibits it in action : example

a peculiar person : character

The gangsters were hard cases.

oneself considered as an object of harassment or criticism

get off my case

noun (2)

a box or receptacle for holding something

a display case in a museum

a box together with its contents

a case of beer

setspecifically: pair

a case of pistols

an outer covering or housing

a pastry case

a tube into which the components of a round of ammunition are loaded

a divided tray for holding printing type

the frame of a door or window : casing

verb

transitive verb

to enclose in or cover with or as if with a case : encase

cased his coin collection

to line (something, such as a well) with supporting material (such as metal pipe)

to inspect or study especially with intent to rob

cased the bank before the robbery

cased词组

cased hole[石油工程]下套管井,套管井

cased well套管井,下套管井

cased同义词

  • v. 包装;装入(case的过去式和过去分词形式)
  • wapped, packaged

cased词源英文解释

Noun (1) Middle English cas, from Anglo-French, from Latin casus fall, chance, from cadere to fall — more at chance Noun (2) Middle English cas, from Anglo-French case, chase, from Latin capsa chest, case, probably from capere to take — more at heave >entry 1

The first known use of case was before the 12th century

cased儿童词典英英释义

cash1 of 2noun

money in the form of coins or bills

money or its equivalent (as a check) paid for goods at the time of purchase or delivery

cash2 of 2verb

to pay or obtain cash for

cash a check

cash1 of 2noun

money in the form of coins or bills

money or its equivalent (as a check) paid for goods at the time of purchase or delivery

cash2 of 2verb

to pay or obtain cash for

cash a check

caseworknoun

social work involving close study of the problems and needs of a person or family

caseworknoun

social work involving close study of the problems and needs of a person or family

cassettenoun

a container holding film, photographic plates, or magnetic tape

casementnoun

a window frame opening on hinges like a door

a window with a casement

caseinnoun

a phosphorus-containing protein that is separated from milk especially by the action of acid that is used in making paints and adhesives

a phosphorus-containing protein that is produced when milk is made to form curds by rennet, that makes up a major part of cheese, and that is used in making plastics

case1 of 2noun

a situation requiring investigation, action, or consideration

a case for the police

a form of a noun, pronoun, or adjective showing its grammatical relation to other words

the word "child's" in "a child's shirt" is in the possessive case

such a relation whether shown by change of form or not

the subject of a verb is in the nominative case

what actually exists or happens : fact

thought he had failed, but that wasn't the case

a question or claim to be settled in a court of law

a convincing argument

made a good case for accepting the plan

an instance of disease or injury

a case of chicken pox

patient entry 2

example sense 3

a case of injustice

case2 of 2noun

a box or container to hold something

a box with its contents

an outer covering or protective shield

casing sense 2

cased 例句

1.The walls are cased with copper, and the watch-towers on the walls are roofed with brass.

城墙用铜包裹,城墙上的了望塔则以黄铜铸顶。

2.Prosecutors said the suspects cased the jewelry store a week before the robbery on March 17.

3.But investigators say some cased Whitmer’s vacation home in northern Michigan and agreed to buy explosives and tactical gear.

4.her doctor wishes that all of his cases were as cooperative as she is

5.On Monday it said it had 900 suspected cased, which, if confirmed, would be the most outside China.

6.The rain fadeda touch of silver light cased in through the curtain.

雨声慢慢地住了,窗帘后隐隐地透出清光来.

7.it may be the case that the cause of the fire will forever remain a mystery

8.Interfaces can be implemented using Ruby-cased (underscored) names for all methods now.

现在可以针对接口中的所有方法使用Ruby式(使用下划线)的名称来实现接口。

9.He had large fat feet cased in soft calfskin boots.

肥大的脚塞在一双软皮靴里.

10.Some of the meat was now going through a grinder, to be cased and served as sausages for guests to take home.

11.Keep your guitar Cased - Never Leave your guitar hanging on the wall in winter.

放在琴袋中——不要在冬天把吉他挂在墙上。

12.So they had the place cased pretty well ahead of time, right ?

在行动之前他们已对这里了如指掌了是 吗 ?

13.Prosecutors said between August and October 2016, Webster cased the homes and watched the comings and goings of his victims.

14.The towers are made of steel cased in granite.

这些塔楼是钢结构,花岗岩贴面。

15.He said he had cased the museum with a fellow thief, telling him he wanted to own the Chinese vase that was so laboriously stolen.

16.The state reported 250 deaths on Sunday but said many of those cased dated back several weeks, highlighting the delay in the reporting of virus related deaths.

17.If anything, it cased further harm: to the 17 children he left behind and to the pockets of U.S. taxpayers, who covered the literal costs of his incarceration.

18.In reality, the three thieves cased the museum beforehand and noticed the fourth-floor windows were left open.

19.The Korea Disease Control and Prevention Agency said Friday that the 126 confirmed cased added in the past 24 hours took the country’s reported total since the pandemic began to 22,783, with 377 deaths.

20.Music blares from a huge speakers cased in a wheelie bin as people huddle round fire pits in a crowd made up of farmers, families, tradesmen and even an off-duty police officer.

cased 短语相关

mental case

whatever the case (may be)

case fatality rate

case law

worst-case

train case

index case

in case

cosmetic case

case system

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