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  1. reaction

    • IPA[rɪˈakʃ(ə)n]

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    • n.
      something done, felt, or thought in response to a situation or event;a person's ability to respond physically and mentally to external stimuli
    • noun: reaction, plural noun: reactions

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    • 1. something done, felt, or thought in response to a situation or event:

      my immediate reaction was one of relief

      prices fell in reaction to intense competition

    • 2. a person's ability to respond physically and mentally to external stimuli:

      a skilled driver with quick reactions

    • 3. an adverse physiological response to a substance that has been breathed in, ingested, or touched:

      such allergic reactions as hay fever and asthma

    • 4. a mode of thinking or behaving that is deliberately different from previous modes of thought and behaviour:

      the work of these painters was a reaction against Fauvism

    • 5. opposition to political or social progress or reform:

      the institution is under threat from the forces of reaction

    • 6. a chemical process in which substances act mutually on each other and are changed into different substances, or one substance changes into other substances:

      a chemical reaction caused by a build-up of particular sodium salts

    • 7. an analogous transformation of atomic nuclei or other particles:

      reactions between photons and electrically charged atomic particles

    • 8. a force exerted in opposition to an applied force:

      the law of action and reaction

    • n. a chemical reaction or other process in which the products themselves promote or spread the reaction.

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    • n. a chemical reaction or other process in which the products themselves promote or spread the reaction, which under certain conditions may accelerate dramatically.

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    • n. the reaction of something, especially the iris of the eye, to different intensities of light.

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    • n. the reaction of something, especially the iris of the eye, to different intensities of light.

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    • n. (in a film or video recording) a portrayal of a person's response to an event or to a statement made by another:

    • you can zoom in fast to get a reaction shot of a member of the crowd

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    • n. the reaction of an antibody with an antigen other than the one which gave rise to it.

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    • n. (in a film or video recording) a portrayal of a person's response to an event or to a statement made by another:

    • you can zoom in fast to get a reaction shot of a member of the crowd

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    • n. a process that involves rearrangement of the molecular or ionic structure of a substance, as distinct from a change in physical form or a nuclear reaction.

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    • IPA[rēˈakSH(ə)n]

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    • n.
      an action performed or a feeling experienced in response to a situation or event:
    • Carrie's immediate reaction was one of relief

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    • 英文response和reaction

      簡單的說 reaction 和 response 的差異就是中文 反應 和回應 的差別。 Do not react, do response...分別說明: 參考 http://www.google.com.tw/dictionary?langpair=en%7Czh-TW&q=reaction&hl=zh-TW&aq=f reaction 指因為發生了某種狀況,你因而感覺、說、或做...

    • Physical &Chemical reaction的問題

      ... changes are present when the substance undergoes a chemical reaction and produces a new substance. A chemical change is a chemical reaction...

    • 誰能幫我翻譯reactions of alkenes and

      reactions of alkenes and aklynes (應是 aklynes,大大少打a在前...存在) alkynes 炔類 (碳氫化合物的一種,其碳原子之間,有三鍵存在) reactions 在這是指化學反應,chemical reactions.