means 例文

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手段, 意味

    Examples of means in a Sentence

  • 例文 mean
    1. "You mean to say that because I work hard and get a little fore-handed I ought to take a lot of shiftless folks and teach them to be lazy and dependent on me?"
    2. Even after excluding the subjects that moved most, the mean framewise displacement remained significantly greater in the group of patients than in the control participants.
    3. The volume and mean cross-sectional area of nasopharynx, velopharynx and glossopharynx region showed significant difference.
    4. But that's what I mean, Everett's friends are all tired grey businessmen or engineers or something, and Francine's all seem to be mumbling poets with pimply necks, God it's all so – so haecceitic. I could've gone to Nassau ...
    5. Self-shrinkers are hypersurfaces that shrink homothetically under mean curvature flow; these solitons model the singularities of the flow.
    6. Counting was performed in a sample-blinded fashion and expressed as % of 200 counted cells ( D ) and mean of the number of immunodecorated structures per cell ( E ).
    7. To incorporate this into our statistical analysis, we split the participants of each payoff condition into two groups using a split mean procedure on the average interkeypress interval times (IKI).
  • 例文 means
    1. If in cases of difficulty you have recourse to this means, luxate downwards as far as half the dorsopalmar diameter, and then vice versa.
    2. Matte painting is a tool that filmmakers can use to create a scene that is either too impractical, too costly or simply too impossible to achieve with conventional cinematographic means.
    3. One faltering step means certain death. ‎
    4. My home life means a lot to me. ‎
    5. An artificial kidney these days still means a refrigerator-sized dialysis machine. Such devices mimic the way real kidneys cleanse blood and eject impurities and surplus water as urine.
    6. In between were the Bang on a Can All-Stars, a contemporary chamber-music group, playing the part of their repertorydrum-driven, motoric, yet by no means primitiveclosest to rock.
    7. The keyboard houses 12 fully programmable G-keys (three macros per key) and has multikey input functionality, which means you can bang on up to five keys simultaneously.
    8. Heath's home is defined as "net-zero," which means it produces as much energy as it consumes throughout the year.[1]
    9. Nor do they ever concentrate long on clapping, foot-tapping or vocalism, even though hands, feet, speech and song are the most efficient noninstrumental human means of creating complex aural rhythm.
  • 例文 meant
    1. A race condition in writing my guest book file meant that the last person to sign wiped out all previous signatures.
    2. But where in the not-too-distant past that would have meant she was an automaton of joy and relatability, Ms. Lovato is already proving to be far more intriguing, and far less predictable.
    3. Danny Higginbotham was the only survivor from the weekend win over Bolton - but the Stoke captain lasted just 10 minutes before being forced off injured. That meant a reshuffle to the visitors' defence who were the busier in a lacklustre first half.
    4. Decorations are meant to reward the most meritous acts and services. ‎
    5. I meant to pause the picture, but hit the rewind by mistake.
    6. Weren't we meant to have dinner with Jane?
    7. Although she detested her client, the taxi rank system meant she had no choice but to take the case.
    8. Wiktionary is meant to be both a defining dictionary and a translating dictionary.
    9. The national symbol for this new attitude is Bernhard Goetz, who was acquitted of attempted murder by a jury after admitting he shot four underclassers because he thought they meant him harm.
  • 例文 meaner
    1. It's like buying a barrel of apples that's been deaconed — after you've found that the deeper you go the meaner and wormier the fruit, you forget all about the layer of big, rosy, wax-finished pippins that was on top.
  • 例文 meaning
    1. If we desire to find the hidden meaning and subtlety of the pictorial symbols we must search these mediæval encyclopediæ.
    2. You betcha! (meaning You bet your bottom dollar!)
    3. We have felt it ourselves when the obvious meaning of Shakespeare has been rewritten into Hegelese, by some Doctor of Philosophy [ … ] eager to apply his new theory of fog as an illuminating medium.
    4. Aeolism, or the emphasis on the form or sound of words per se rather than on their meaning or sense, presently flourishes under many dignified guises.
    5. Wilbur sees another little washback nearby get picked up and placed in the ocean by a well-meaning beach-goer.
  • 例文 meanest
    1. This indifference was so offensive to his high heart, that he began to change the Tender into the Terrible, and, in short, proceeded at last to treat her in a style too grossly insulting for the meanest female ear to endure unresented.
    2. Laploshka was one of the meanest men I have ever met, and quite one of the most entertaining.
    3. Another surprise is that Newcastle have the meanest defence in all four leagues and they did their utmost to preserve the tag at Molineux.
    4. Making a big whoopee-doo of my long life by enumerating the numerous contributions I have made to my country and Civilization, it was obvious even to the meanest intelligence among those present that she had no idea of the meaning and purpose of History. Nor did she have a clue about what my life was about.
  1. en meanship
  2. en means test
  3. en means-test
  4. en means-tested
  5. en meanspirited
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