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  1. mechanism

    • IPA[ˈmekəˌnizəm]

    美式

    • n.
      a system of parts working together in a machine; a piece of machinery;a natural or established process by which something takes place or is brought about
    • noun: mechanism, plural noun: mechanisms

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    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a system of parts working together in a machine; a piece of machinery:

      the gunner injured his arm in the turret mechanism

    • 2. a natural or established process by which something takes place or is brought about:

      we have no mechanism for assessing the success of forwarded inquiries

      the mechanism by which genes build bodies

    • 3. a contrivance in the plot of a literary work:

      his

    • 4. the doctrine that all natural phenomena, including life and thought, allow mechanical explanation by physics and chemistry.
    • n. an automatic reaction of the body against disease-causing organisms.

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    • n. an automatic reaction of the body against disease-causing organisms.

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    • n. a mental process such as daydreaming that enables a person to avoid acknowledging unpleasant or threatening aspects of reality:

    • some use drugs as an escape mechanism while incarcerated

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    • n. a mental process which enables a person to avoid acknowledging unpleasant or threatening aspects of reality:

    • some use drugs as an escape mechanism while incarcerated

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    • ph. an arrangement within the European Monetary System that allows the value of participating currencies to fluctuate to a defined degree in relation to each other so as to control exchange rates. Each currency is given a rate of exchange with the euro, from which it is allowed to fluctuate by no more than a specified amount; if it moves beyond this the government in question must alter its economic policies or reset the currency's rate with the euro.

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    • ph. an arrangement within the European Monetary System that allows the value of participating currencies to fluctuate to a defined degree in relation to each other so as to control exchange rates. Each currency is given a rate of exchange with the euro, from which it is allowed to fluctuate by no more than a specified amount; if it moves beyond this the government in question must alter its economic policies or reset the currency's rate with the euro.

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    • IPA[ˈmɛk(ə)nɪz(ə)m]

    英式

    • n.
      a system of parts working together in a machine; a piece of machinery:
    • a third motor powers the tape eject mechanism

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