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  1. phase

    • IPA[feɪz]

    英式

    • n.
      a distinct period or stage in a series of events or a process of change or development;a stage in a person's psychological development, especially a period of temporary difficulty during adolescence or a particular stage during childhood
    • v.
      carry out (something) in gradual stages;introduce something into (or withdraw something from) use in gradual stages
    • verb: phase, 3rd person present: phases, gerund or present participle: phasing, past tense: phased, past participle: phased

    • noun: phase, plural noun: phases

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    名詞

    • 1. a distinct period or stage in a series of events or a process of change or development the final phases of the war the draw for the qualifying phase of the tournament was held over the weekend 同義詞 stage, period, chapter, episode, part, ... 更多
    • a stage in a person's psychological development, especially a period of temporary difficulty during adolescence or a particular stage during childhood most of your fans are going through a phase 同義詞 period, stage, time, spell, informalpatch
    • each of the separate events in an eventing competition.
    • 2. each of the aspects of the moon or a planet, according to the amount of its illumination, especially the new moon, the first quarter, the full moon, and the last quarter. 同義詞 aspect, shape, form, appearance, state, ... 更多
    • 3. a genetic or seasonal variety of an animal's coloration the invertebrate residents of the tundra pass the winter in dormant phase
    • 4. a distinct and homogeneous form of matter (i.e. a particular solid, liquid, or gas) separated by its surface from other forms solid carbon dioxide passes directly into the gas phase without becoming a liquid
    • 5. the relationship in time between the successive states or cycles of an oscillating or repeating system (such as an alternating electric current or a light or sound wave) and either a fixed reference point or the states or cycles of another system with which it may or may not be in synchrony there are two output channels, one fixed in phase and the other variable in phase between 0 and 360 degrees
    • each of the electrical windings or connections of a polyphase machine or circuit.
    • 6. (in systemic grammar) the relationship between a catenative verb and the verb that follows it, as in she hoped to succeed and I like swimming.
    • a structure containing two verbs in a phase.

    動詞

    • 1. carry out (something) in gradual stages the work is being phased over a number of years
    • introduce something into (or withdraw something from) use in gradual stages the changes will be phased in over 10 years
    • 2. adjust the phase of (something), especially so as to synchronize it with something else about 70% of the reflections were phased by this method
    • adj.
      carried out in gradual stages; staggered: a phased withdrawal of troops

    Oxford Dictionary

    • adj.
      carried out in gradual stages; staggered: a phased withdrawal of troops

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • ph.
      being or happening in synchrony or harmony

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    • n.
      a phase difference expressed as an angle, 360 degrees (2π radians) corresponding to one ...

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    • ph.
      being or happening in synchrony or harmony

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    • n.
      an angle representing a difference in phase, 360 degrees (2π radians) corresponding to one ...

    Oxford American Dictionary

    • n.
      variation of the phase of a radio or other wave as a means of carrying information such as an ...

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    • adj.
      (of an electric generator, motor, or other device) designed to supply or use simultaneously ...

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    美式

    • n.
      a distinct period or stage in a series of events or a process of change or development: the final phases of the war phase two of the development is in progress
    • v.
      carry out (something) in gradual stages: the work is being phased over a number of years

    Oxford American Dictionary