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  1. select

    • IPA[sɪˈlɛkt]

    英式

    • v.
      carefully choose as being the best or most suitable;(in terms of evolution) determine whether (a characteristic or organism) will survive
    • adj.
      (of a group of people or things) carefully chosen from a larger number as being the best or most valuable;(of a place or group of people) only used by or consisting of a wealthy or sophisticated elite; exclusive
    • verb: select, 3rd person present: selects, gerund or present participle: selecting, past tense: selected, past participle: selected

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. carefully choose as being the best or most suitable:

      children must select their GCSE subjects

      he has been selected to take part

    • 2. (in terms of evolution) determine whether (a characteristic or organism) will survive:

      the commonest phenotype in a population can be selected against

    • 3. mark (an option or section of text) on an electronic interface for a particular operation:

      click Tools on the menu bar and select Settings

    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. (of a group of people or things) carefully chosen from a larger number as being the best or most valuable:

      he joined his select team of young Intelligence operatives

    • 2. (of a place or group of people) only used by or consisting of a wealthy or sophisticated elite; exclusive:

      the opera was seen by a small and highly select audience

    • v.
      choose for oneself:
    • participants were asked to self-select their titles, which were divided into executive and non-executive
    • adj.
      allowing users to select:
    • the chain decided to move condoms from the pharmacy counter to self-select stands

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    • v.
      choose for oneself:
    • participants were asked to self-select their titles, which were divided into executive and non-executive
    • adj.
      allowing users to select:
    • the chain decided to move condoms from the pharmacy counter to self-select stands

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    • n. a small legislative committee appointed for a special purpose:

    • the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence

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    • v. acquire (freehold land) on favourable terms in order to farm it:

    • men marvelled at the chance to free-select a piece of land

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    • n. a small legislative committee appointed for a special purpose:

    • the Commons Select Committee on the Environment

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    • adj. choosing for oneself or autonomously:

    • serious journalism cannot be the preserve of a self-selecting few

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    • adj. choosing for oneself or autonomously:

    • serious journalism cannot be the preserve of a self-selecting few

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    • IPA[səˈlekt]

    美式

    • v.
      carefully choose as being the best or most suitable:
    • he has been selected to take part

      you can select from a range of quality products

    • adj.
      (of a group of people or things) carefully chosen from a larger number as being the best or most valuable:
    • he joined his select team of young Intelligence operatives

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  2. 知識+

    • 請問Select與Choice的使用時機???

      就像前面兩個回答所說 select 跟 choice 一個是動詞 一個是名詞 所以不能相比 我想 你可能是想問...名詞) 或是 select 跟 choose 的不同 (兩者皆動詞) 在很大部分的情況 確實 select 跟 choose 或是 selection 跟 choice 用法是相同的 經常可以替換 尤其適用於...

    • 請問''No file selected''是什麼意思?

      No file selected ---沒有檔案被選擇 也就是指你沒有選擇你所要上傳的檔案, 所以電腦就出現了這個提示--No file selected 你只要選擇你所要上傳的檔案,然後再上傳, 應該就沒問題了

    • selected consumer 怎麼翻才好?

      特定的消費者 特定的消費者 特定的消費者 特定的消費者