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  1. slow

    • IPA[slō]

    美式

    • adj.
      moving or operating, or designed to do so, only at a low speed; not quick or fast;taking a long time to perform a specified action
    • adv.
      at a slow pace; slowly
    • v.
      reduce one's speed or the speed of a vehicle or process;live or work less actively or intensely
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    • adj.
      形容詞
    • 1. moving or operating, or designed to do so, only at a low speed; not quick or fast:

      a time when diesel cars were slow and noisy

      a slow dot-matrix printer

    • 2. taking a long time to perform a specified action:

      she was a slow reader

      large organizations can be slow to change

    • 3. lasting or taking a long time:

      a slow process

      the journey home was slow

    • 4. not allowing or intended for fast travel:

      the slow lane

    • 5. (of a playing field) likely to make the ball bounce or run slowly or to prevent competitors from traveling fast.
    • 6. (of a clock or watch) showing a time earlier than the correct time:

      the clock was five minutes slow

    • 7. not prompt to understand, think, or learn:

      he's so slow, so unimaginative

    • 8. uneventful and rather dull:

      a slow and mostly aimless narrative

    • 9. (of business) with little activity; slack:

      sales were slow

    • 10. (of a film) needing long exposure.
    • 11. (of a lens) having a small aperture.
    • 12. (of a fire or oven) burning or giving off heat gently:

      bake the dish in a preheated slow oven

    • adv.
      副詞
    • 1. at a slow pace; slowly:

      the train went slower and slower

      a slow-moving river

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. reduce one's speed or the speed of a vehicle or process:

      the train slowed to a halt

      investment has slowed down

    • 2. live or work less actively or intensely:

      I wasn't feeling well and had to slow down

    • n.
      a slow blues rhythm or piece of music.
    • v.
      dance to a slow drag:
    • they slow-dragged to low-down blues

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    • n.
      a form of industrial action in which work or progress is deliberately delayed or slowed down:
    • a spokesperson denied all knowledge of a reported go-slow by mechanics
    • adj.
      (of a proposal or course of action) cautious and prudent:
    • a go-slow policy for the building of nuclear plants

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    • n.
      a slow blues rhythm or piece of music.
    • v.
      dance to a slow drag:
    • they slow-dragged to low-down blues

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    • n.
      a strategy or tactic, especially a form of protest, in which work or progress is deliberately delayed or slowed down:
    • a spokesperson denied all knowledge of a reported go-slow by mechanics
    • adj.
      (of a proposal or course of action) cautious and prudent:
    • a go-slow policy for the building of nuclear plants

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    • n. a route or method which results in slow progress:

    • is your career on the slow track?

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    • adj. slow to understand, think, or learn; stupid:

    • the slow-witted interviewer failed to pounce on his remarks

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    • n. (chiefly in R & B pop music) a slow, romantic song:

    • if slow jams are your thing, then this CD really does the trick

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    • adj. scanning at a much slower rate than usual, so that the resulting signal has a much smaller bandwidth:

    • a slow-scan transmission

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    • IPA[sləʊ]

    英式

    • adj.
      moving or operating, or designed to do so, only at a low speed; not quick or fast:
    • until recently diesel cars were slow and noisy

      a slow dot-matrix printer

    • adv.
      at a slow pace; slowly:
    • the train went slower and slower

      a slow-moving river

    • v.
      reduce one's speed or the speed of a vehicle or process:
    • the train slowed to a halt

      investment has slowed down

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  2. 知識+

    • 有關心理生理學slow potential(慢波)的問題

      slow potential:我翻譯成(漸變電位) slow potential...動作電位) 神經生理學家發現腦內神經細胞有slow potential (漸變電位)的功能,而action potential... to directly connected slow potential neurons than action potential...

    • slow day

      It is a slow day. 這是辛苦的一天 這是難熬的一天 因為難熬 所以覺得慢

    • slower and more slowly

      不可以用slower,因為句中修飾walks必須使用副詞,slower是形容詞比較級,只能修飾名詞或當主詞補語,因此只有副詞的比較級more slowly為正解。 2011-06-01 21:35:31 補充: slow是形容詞,不可以當副詞用,副詞是slowly。