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  1. potential

    • IPA[pəˈten(t)SHəl]

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    • adj.
      having or showing the capacity to become or develop into something in the future
    • n.
      latent qualities or abilities that may be developed and lead to future success or usefulness;the possibility of something happening or of someone doing something in the future
    • noun: potential, plural noun: potentials

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    • adj.
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    • 1. having or showing the capacity to become or develop into something in the future:

      a two-pronged campaign to woo potential customers

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. latent qualities or abilities that may be developed and lead to future success or usefulness:

      a young broadcaster with great potential

      the potentials of the technology were never wholly controllable

    • 2. the possibility of something happening or of someone doing something in the future:

      pesticides with the potential to cause cancer

      the crane operator's clear view reduces the potential for accidents

    • 3. the quantity determining the energy of mass in a gravitational field or of charge in an electric field.
    • n. a region in a field of force, in particular the region in which an atomic nucleus is situated, in which the potential is significantly lower than at points immediately outside it, so that a particle in it is likely to remain there unless it gains a relatively large amount of energy.

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    • n. the energy possessed by a body by virtue of its position relative to others, stresses within itself, electric charge, and other factors.

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    • n. the electrical potential of a neuron or other excitable cell relative to its surroundings when not stimulated or involved in passage of an impulse.

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    • n. the electrical potential of a neuron or other excitable cell relative to its surroundings when not stimulated or involved in passage of an impulse.

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    • n. the difference of electrical potential between two points.

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    • n. another term for voltage divider

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    • n. the potential difference existing between the surface of a solid particle immersed in a conducting liquid (e.g. water) and the bulk of the liquid.

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    • n. the change in Gibbs free energy with respect to change in amount of the component, with pressure, temperature, and amounts of other components being constant. Components are in equilibrium if their chemical potentials are equal.

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    • IPA[pə(ʊ)ˈtɛnʃ(ə)l]

    英式

    • adj.
      having or showing the capacity to develop into something in the future:
    • a campaign to woo potential customers
    • n.
      latent qualities or abilities that may be developed and lead to future success or usefulness:
    • a young broadcaster with great potential

      the potentials of the technology were never wholly controllable

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    • 英文翻譯 ==> Potential equalizatio

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