- have a similar appearance to or qualities in common with (someone or something); look or seem like
verb: resemble, 3rd person present: resembles, gerund or present participle: resembling, past tense: resembled, past participle: resembled
- 1. have a similar appearance to or qualities in common with (someone or something); look or seem like some people resemble their dogs they resembled each other closely
- have qualities or features, especially those of appearance, in common with (someone or ... some people resemble their dogs they seemed to resemble each other closely
Oxford American Dictionary
請問這句話後面為什麼用完成式? He made a museum, and the metal pieces on the walls seem to have been designed to resemble fish scales.?
...修辭上便帶讀者如同在跟設計師(前句的主詞建築師)一同設計的細節/理念是to resemble(以模仿)fish scales(魚鱗)的形象作為構思。 作者寫出這種看似複雜的...
...consciousness is fragile and voluntary action is poor or missing; a state resembling deep sleep. 一種知覺微弱的心境，自發動作不足或喪失; 一種類思熟睡的狀態...
Vaccine viruses whose shell resembles that of dangerous viruses are tracked down and engulfed by macrophages. 外殼與危險病毒的外殼相類似的疫苗病毒，被巨噬細胞偵緝並吞噬。