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detecting如何读

美[dɪˈtektɪŋ]

detecting是什么意思

  • v. 发现;调查(罪行、罪犯);察觉(细微或不易发觉的东西)(detect 的现在分词)
  • n. 侦查

detecting英英释义

verb

transitive verb

to discover the true character of

detecting drug smugglers

to discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of Do I detect a note of sarcasm in your voice?

detect alcohol in the blood

demodulate

intransitive verb

to work as a detective

detecting儿童词典英英释义

deteriorateverb

to make or become worse or of less value : degenerate

disintegrate sense 1

detergent1 of 2adjective

able to clean : used in cleansing

detergent oil for engines

detergent2 of 2noun

a substance that cleansesespecially: a chemical product that is like soap in its ability to cleanse

detergent1 of 2adjective

able to clean : used in cleansing

detergent oil for engines

detergent2 of 2noun

a substance that cleansesespecially: a chemical product that is like soap in its ability to cleanse

deterverb

to turn aside, discourage, or prevent from acting

wasn't deterred by the threats

inhibit sense 2

painting to deter rust

detentionnoun

the act of detaining : the state of being detained: as

temporary custody before a trial

the punishment of being kept in after school

detectverb

to discover the nature, existence, presence, or fact of

detect the approach of an airplane

detectornoun

one that detects or warns

a smoke detector

a device in a radio receiver for changing the high-frequency current of radio waves into current that can vibrate a loudspeaker to reproduce the original sound

detectornoun

one that detects or warns

a smoke detector

a device in a radio receiver for changing the high-frequency current of radio waves into current that can vibrate a loudspeaker to reproduce the original sound

detective1 of 2adjective

of or relating to detectives or their work

a detective story

detective2 of 2noun

a person whose business is solving crimes and catching criminals or gathering information that is not easy to get

detectverb

to discover the nature, existence, presence, or fact of

detect the approach of an airplane

detecting词组

detecting system检测系统

detecting instrument检测仪器;检测元件;检波器

detecting element检测元件,灵敏元件

detecting同义词

  • n. 检测;检定
  • certification

  • v. 发现;探知(detect的现在分词)
  • discovering

  • adj. 探测的
  • exploring

detecting词源英文解释

Middle English, from Latin detectus, past participle of detegere to uncover, detect, from de- + tegere to cover — more at thatch

The first known use of detect was in 1574

detecting 例句

1.So, as we dream about a return to our normal routines and lives, what do teens, parents, caregivers and educators need to know about detecting and battling eating disorders?

2.Recently it was shown that they could be trained to be as accurate as humans at detecting breast cancer in images.

最近有研究表明,在检测图像中的乳腺癌方面,它们可以被训练成与人类一样准确。

3.“While we don’t directly test for fentanyl, we are detecting an increase in the amount of fentanyl mixed in with heroin from asking our patients and from reports from law enforcement officials,” Brumage said.

4.On the outskirts of London, more than 100 holes “typical of metal detecting behavior” have suddenly appeared near the Magna Carta memorial site.

5.Historians are particularly concerned with detecting trends and cycles.

历史学家特别喜欢关注趋势和周期。

6.Some have braved hourslong lines at local testing sites to receive polymerase chain reaction tests, whose results, obtained in a laboratory, are considered the gold standard for detecting the virus.

7.Some readers track movement by detecting screen pressure, while others sense your bare finger touching the screen.

8.Very few treasure finds are reported from Northern Ireland, where detecting for archaeological objects is illegal.

9.He spent all of five minutes bombarding uranium oxide, and, detecting no neutrons in his apparatus, gave up.

10.A joint study from the University of Massachusetts and New England Biolabs recently put the MinION to the test for detecting viable food pathogens.

11.The test uncovers small numbers of residual tumour cells that have evaded treatment by detecting cancer DNA in the blood stream.

12.We were the first he numbered; he went by, detecting nothing.

13.Unfortunately, detecting it is difficult.

而不幸的是,它的检测很困难。

14.“According to a new study, dogs are more effective at detecting Covid than rapid tests. I’m glad we’ve reached the point in the pandemic where the C.D.C. is like, ‘I don’t know, dogs?’”

15.Behind the spectacle, though, I couldn't help detecting a geopolitical subtext.

16.Visitors can expect to be searched with a metal-detecting wand.

游客们可能会被用金属探测棒搜身。

17.Their eye­sight is very keen, especially in detecting motion.

18.Experts say that travelers have flown this way for decades and that detecting improper use of connections is tricky, making enforcement a challenge for airlines.

19.In other words, if one used equipment designed to examine electrons as particles, they would appear to behave as particles; if one used equipment best suited for detecting waves, they appeared as waves.

20.It will be immediately detected, it will be investigated quickly, and it will be prosecuted.

detecting 同义词相关

learn

nose out

determine

ascertain

hit (on or upon)

discover

run down

root (out)

get

find out

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