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denoting 例文

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表します, 示す

    Examples of denoting in a Sentence

  • 例文 denote
    1. The denotations of the two expressions "the morning star" and "the evening star" are the same (i.e. both expressions denote the planet Venus), but their connotations are different.
    2. If a man is philogynous towards his partner, she is more than likely to denote her philandry of fondness, love, or admiration for him.
    3. those of an amorous roguish look derive their title even from the sheep, and we say such a one has a sheep's eye, not so much to denote the innocence as the simple slyness of the cast.
    4. The yellow blazes denote the trail.
    5. The -en suffix is also used formally to denote any English past participle, even if it does not use the suffix.
  • 例文 denotes
    1. To dream that you look, denotes that not only Emma Vernon, but even that dowdified Rosanna Brown will have new dresses and mantles at the picnic on Tuesday, and you will go in that odious old bonnet.
    2. Effect of an appealIn principle, an appeal has a suspensive effect (Art. 51(1) VRP). The term suspensive effect denotes the fact that the legal consequence prescribed by the ruling does not become effective until the conclusion of the appeal procedure.
    3. "Pre-" denotes "before."
    4. The use of the vowel fatHa (or in English "a") simply refers to the participant as being the one receiving the "action" as opposed to the use of kasra (or "i" in English) which denotes the participant "doing" the action rather than receiving it.
    5. Approximately, 15% of breast tumors are classified as triple-negative breast cancers (TNBC), a term that denotes their lack of estrogen receptor and progesterone receptor and nonamplification of the HER2.
    6. Black coloration denotes occupation, white coloration nonoccupation, and X that a burrow had not yet or not any more existed in the respective year.
  • 例文 denoted
    1. Together his accumbent pose and closed eyes denoted sleep, as an alternative to death, which the stiff, recumbent pose of previous effigies had embodied.
    2. The conditional entropy of random variable given (i.e., conditioned by ), denoted as , is equal to where is the mutual information between and .
    3. If is a random variable representing the toss of a six-sided die, then its sample space could be denoted as {1,2,3,4,5,6}. Examples of events could be: , , and .
    4. The exact labial sibilation denoted by f, and the soft sibilation z are unknown in Sanskrit.
    5. The tears denoted her true feelings.
  • 例文 denoting
    1. usage note: Usually the noun is part of a noun phrase explicitly denoting the particular speciality, such as a "compiler jock" or a "systems jock". Usage of the word alone with this meaning is rare.
    2. Including acoustic backscatter and/or an accurate map denoting hardbottom and softbottom locations may help capture additional, low-relief hardbottom areas, and help improve future Leptoseris predictions.

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