- a thing that prevents someone from giving full attention to something else；a diversion or recreation
noun: distraction, plural noun: distractions
- 1. a thing that prevents someone from giving full attention to something else the company found passenger travel a distraction from the main business of moving freight 同義詞
- ▪ a diversion or recreation there are plenty of distractions such as sailing 同義詞
- 2. extreme agitation of the mind or emotions he knew she was nervous by her uncharacteristic air of distraction 同義詞
- almost to a state of madness
- an instance of gaining access to a property under false pretences, with the intention of ... two thieves pretending to be from the Water Board have carried out a string of distraction burglaries in the area
- (in hyperbolic use) intensely
Oxford American Dictionary
- a thing that prevents someone from concentrating on something else: the firm found passenger travel a distraction from the main business of moving freight
其實重點在斷句上. ‘without the distraction of ′ logic = 'does not even bother using' logic `根本沒花...
Look at the difficulties and distractions on the left. 注視那難題且在左邊分散注意的事物 請幫我修飾中文,幫幫忙,謝謝! 請看左邊那些比較困難且易分散注意力的部分 ***因無前後文， 不知這樣對不對呢？
...an asset to his company. 1. so much to be a distraction as that he can be 2. as much of a distraction as he ...he can (如此...以致於)的句型, 正確應是: so much as a distraction that he can be... 3. so much of a distraction but could be...