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  1. scatter

    • IPA[ˈskatə]

    英式

    • v.
      throw in various random directions;cover (a surface) with objects thrown or spread randomly over it
    • n.
      a small, dispersed amount of something;the degree to which repeated measurements or observations of a quantity differ.
    • noun: scatter, plural noun: scatters

    • verb: scatter, 3rd person present: scatters, gerund or present participle: scattering, past tense: scattered, past participle: scattered

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. throw in various random directions:

      scatter the coconut over the icing

      his family are hoping to scatter his ashes at sea

    • 2. cover (a surface) with objects thrown or spread randomly over it:

      the sandy beaches are scattered with driftwood

    • 3. occur or be found at intervals rather than all together:

      there are many watermills scattered throughout the marshlands

    • 4. (of a group of people or animals) separate and move off quickly in different directions:

      the roar made the dogs scatter

    • 5. cause (a group of people or animals) to move off quickly in different directions:

      he charged across the foyer, scattering people

    • 6. deflect or diffuse (electromagnetic radiation or particles):

      the light is scattered as it strikes particles suspended in the air

    • 7. (of a pitcher) allow (several hits) at intervals so as to result in little or no scoring:

      Fernandez struck out 14 while scattering three hits over eight scoreless innings

    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a small, dispersed amount of something:

      a scatter of boulders round the pothole mouth

    • 2. the degree to which repeated measurements or observations of a quantity differ.
    • 3. the scattering of light, other electromagnetic radiation, or particles.
    • adj. occurring or found at intervals or various locations rather than all together:

    • the forecast is for scattered showers

      a scattered clifftop community

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    • adj. occurring or found at intervals or various locations rather than all together:

    • the forecast is for scattered showers

      a scattered clifftop community

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    • n. another term for throw rug

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    • n. a small cushion designed to be placed randomly so as to create a casual effect and to be moved as required.

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    • n. a graph in which the values of two variables are plotted along two axes, the pattern of the resulting points revealing any correlation present.

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    • n. a small decorative rug designed to be placed with a casual effect and moved as required.

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    • n. a graph in which the values of two variables are plotted along two axes, the pattern of the resulting points revealing any correlation present.

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    • 更多解釋
    • IPA[ˈskadər]

    美式

    • v.
      throw in various random directions:
    • scatter the coconut over the icing

      his family are hoping to scatter his ashes at sea

    • n.
      a small, dispersed amount of something:
    • a scatter of houses on the north shore

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  2. 知識+

    • 英文~cast~scatter這兩個字的異同

      ...vt. (及物動詞 transitive verb) 使消散;使分散;使潰散 : The sun soon scattered the clouds. 太陽不久驅散了雲層。 撒;撒於...上;散佈[(+on/over/with...

    • 請問scatterd a deal...英文的詳解

      scatter:散落 deal在此為a great deal of片語 之一部份 a great deal of:大量的 around在這裡補飾scatter之情況,就是到處的意思 scatter around :四處散落 It has scattered a great deal of money around. 已經四處散落大量金錢

    • 這些單字的詞性是...?(急!!20點~)

      scatter vi. 1. 消散;分散;潰散 The crowd scattered when the police charged. 當警察衝過來時,人群便散開了。 swing set ph. 1...