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  1. focus

    • IPA[ˈfəʊkəs]

    英式

    • n.
      the centre of interest or activity;an act of concentrating interest or activity on something
    • v.
      adapt to the prevailing level of light and become able to see clearly;cause (one's eyes) to focus
    • noun: focus, plural noun: foci

    • verb: focus, 3rd person present: focuses, gerund or present participle: focusing, past tense: focused, past participle: focused

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. the centre of interest or activity:

      this generation has made the environment a focus of attention

    • 2. an act of concentrating interest or activity on something:

      our focus on the customer's requirements

    • 3. the point of origin of an earthquake.
    • 4. the principal site of an infection or other disease.
    • 5. the state or quality of having or producing clear visual definition:

      his face is rather out of focus

      the incident brought her feelings for Alexander sharply into focus

    • 6. another term for focal point
    • 7. the point at which an object must be situated with respect to a lens or mirror for an image of it to be well defined.
    • 8. a device on a lens which can be adjusted to produce a clear image.
    • 9. one of the fixed points from which the distances to any point of a given curve, such as an ellipse or parabola, are connected by a linear relation.
    • 10. an element of a sentence that is given prominence by intonational or other means.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. adapt to the prevailing level of light and become able to see clearly:

      try to focus on a stationary object

    • 2. cause (one's eyes) to focus:

      she focused her eyes on his face

    • 3. adjust the focus of (a telescope, camera, or other instrument):

      they were focusing a telescope on a star

    • 4. (of rays or waves) meet at a single point.
    • 5. (of a lens) make (rays or waves) meet at a single point.
    • 6. (of light, radio waves, or other energy) become concentrated into a sharp beam.
    • 7. (of a lens) concentrate (light, radio waves, or energy) into a sharp beam.
    • 8. pay particular attention to:

      the study will focus on a number of areas in Wales

    • 9. concentrate:

      an opportunity to focus research on the health needs of the population

    • 10. place the focus on (an element of a sentence).
    • adj. directing a great deal of attention, interest, or activity towards a particular aim:

    • Darren knows what he wants and he's very focused

      he seems to be very focused on the new challenge

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    • n.
      deliberate slight blurring or lack of definition in a photograph or movie:
    • the scene was beautifully captured in soft focus and low lighting
    • adj.
      characterized by or producing a lack of definition:
    • a soft-focus filter

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    • n.
      deliberate slight blurring or lack of definition in a photograph or film:
    • the scene was beautifully captured in soft focus and low lighting
    • adj.
      characterized by or producing a deliberate lack of photographic definition:
    • a soft-focus filter

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    • n. the distance between the back of a lens and the image of an object at infinity.

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    • n. an assistant to a film or television cameraman, who is responsible for keeping the lens focused during filming.

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    • n. a group of people assembled to participate in a discussion about a product before it is launched, or to provide feedback on a political campaign, television series, etc.

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    • n. a camera focus that cannot be adjusted, typically used with a small-aperture lens having a large depth of field.

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    • n. the distance between the back of a lens and the image of an object at infinity.

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    • n.
      the center of interest or activity:
    • this generation has made the environment a focus of attention
    • v.
      (of a person or their eyes) adapt to the prevailing level of light and become able to see clearly:
    • try to focus on a stationary object

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  2. 知識+

    • focus 的用法

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      先看你的三個例子: shift focus away from taking focus away from switches focus away from 這三個...switch的受詞,當然在這兒,focus也就是名詞,也當然不是,也不可以當動詞用。 focus 有聚焦或把重點資源放於此處的意思,而away from 是離開,轉往它處的意思...

    • 如何使用stay focus 及 stay focused?

      stay focus 才是正確的用法 表示專注之意 例句: I have to stay focus on my homework. I stayed focus on my homework. 至於為什麼...