phenomenon 例文EN[fəˈnɒmənɒn] [-nən] [faɪ]
- 例文 phenomena
- One of the phenomena which had peculiarly attracted my attention was the structure of the human frame, and, indeed, any animal endued with life.
- That is, besides the usual epistemic operators which take care of agenthood, modal operator epistemology also includes temporal operators to deal with dynamic phenomena, and alethic operators to handle forcing strategies.
- The effect of copper as an algæcide is well known and may be a contributing factor, but the more thorough and more frequent cleaning which these pools receive must also be taken into consideration in the interpretation of this apparent phenomena.
- An optical microscope designed to study properties of organic or inorganic substances using the phenomena of fluorescence and phosphorescence instead of transmitted light.
- The use of an epifluorescence microscope to study properties of organic or inorganic substances using the phenomena of fluorescence and phosphorescence instead of transmitted light.
- Hallucinations are always evidence of cerebral derangement and are common phenomena of insanity. - W. A. Hammond
- Parapegms were used for the publication of laws, proclamations, and the recording of astronomical phenomena or calendar events.
- 例文 phenomenon
- What began as a mere made-for-television movie (on the Disney Channel, yet) has grown quickly into an international phenomenon both commercial and spiritual, at least for tweenage youngsters (mostly girls).
- assuming the origin of life to be an unrecurring phenomenon
- Kant was concerned about certain metaphysical notions, but we think that usurpatory concepts reflect a general phenomenon of language as it evolves over time.
- In later centuries, the masses of European immigrants making footfall in New York’s streets saw the turbid, jostling, unprecedented mix of peoples, all striving to get ahead, and called the jitteringly new phenomenon “American.”
- anorthoscopic-perception phenomenon
- Betacism is a fairly common phenomenon: it has taken place in Greek, Hebrew, and Spanish, among others.
- Chuck Todd, editor of the online political clearinghouse Hotline, calls the gossip phenomenon “pack gossip journalism,” a byproduct of the celebrification of politics and the attendant proliferation of media to cover it.
- As many as a quarter of the nation's commercially kept bees went missing last year, presumed dead, in a phenomenon now called colony collapse disorder.
Examples of phenomenon in a Sentence
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