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segregate是什么意思_segregate的用法

  • 2020-11-18
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segregate

美 ['seɡrə.ɡeɪt] 英 ['seɡrɪɡeɪt]
  • v.隔离;隔离并区别对待(不同种族、宗教或性别的人)
  • adj.分离的;隔离(开)的;单独的;实行种族隔离的
  • 网络分开;隔开;分凝
过去分词:segregated  现在分词:segregating  第三人称单数:segregates  
  • v.
  • integrate
  • v.
  • separate,separate out,isolate,ghettoize,keep apart
  • 用法解析

    1.

    ~ sb (from sb)

    隔离并区别对待(不同种族、宗教或性别的人)

    to separate people of different races, religions or sexes and treat them in a different way

    a culture in which women are segregated from men

    妇女受到隔离歧视的文化

    a racially segregated community

    实行种族隔离的社会

    a segregated school(= one for students of one race or religion only)

    单一种族(或信仰)的学校

    2.

    ~ sth (from sth)

    (使)分开,分离,隔离

    to keep one thing separate from another

    In all our restaurants, smoking and non-smoking areas are segregated from each other.

    在我们所有的餐馆中,吸烟区和非吸烟区都是分开的。

    1.

    分开;分离;隔开,对…实行种族隔离

    2.

    分开;孤立,隔离;离析,偏析

    3.

    分凝;区别,区分

    4.

    〔遗〕分离

    5.

    【化学】分凝;【物、冶】偏析;熔析;【生物学】分异;(成熟分裂时等位基因)分离

    6.

    【生物学】使分异;使变成其他种属、类别

    1.

    分开;分离;隔开,对…实行种族隔离

    2.

    分开;孤立,隔离;离析,偏析

    3.

    分凝;区别,区分

    4.

    〔遗〕分离

    5.

    【化学】分凝;【物、冶】偏析;熔析;【生物学】分异;(成熟分裂时等位基因)分离

    6.

    【生物学】使分异;使变成其他种属、类别

    1.

    实行种族隔离的

    2.

    分离的;隔离(开)的;单独的

    3.

    【冶金】偏析的

    1.

    〔植〕分离种

    1.

    to separate one person or group from the rest, or divide a group into smaller units that are kept apart

    2.

    to keep different groups within a population separate, especially different ethnic, racial, religious, or gender groups

    3.

    to undergo genetic segregation, or cause cells to undergo genetic segregation

    4.

    to separate groups of people or things, especially because of race, sex, or religion. To integrate these groups means to bring them together

    1.

    to separate one person or group from the rest, or divide a group into smaller units that are kept apart

    2.

    to keep different groups within a population separate, especially different ethnic, racial, religious, or gender groups

    3.

    to undergo genetic segregation, or cause cells to undergo genetic segregation

    4.

    to separate groups of people or things, especially because of race, sex, or religion. To integrate these groups means to bring them together

    语法用例

    例句1:

    chroot is an ideal technique to segregate the resources your service has access to from the rest of the system.

    chroot可以把服务能够访问的资源与系统的其余部分分隔开。

    例句2:

    Again, the system administrators should be cautious of indexing confidential data and should segregate them with an application ID.

    同样,系统管理员应该谨慎对待索引机密数据,并应该使用应用程序ID将它们隔离。

    例句3:

    You can build this apparatus and test many different mixtures of grains to see which ones segregate and which ones stratify.

    您可以制作此仪器并测试各种不同的颗粒混合物,观察哪些颗粒彼此隔离,哪些颗粒形成层。

    例句4:

    The package will include detailed proposals to make it easier to segregate and transfer client assets in case of failures.

    这项一揽子方案还将包括在银行破产时,使客户资产更容易隔离和转移的提议。

    例句5:

    Color choice add visual ergonomics and helps you segregate materials, make it simple and easy for your operation.

    美观-多款颜色可供选择,可轻松识别不同印刷材料和工艺,让您的操作更加简便、轻松。

    例句6:

    Workarounds attempt to segregate the process of retrieving data, via delegate objects, from the subsequent process of accessing that data.

    工作区尝试通过委托对象使数据检索过程与后续的数据访问过程相隔离。

    例句7:

    We decided to segregate the Web store and the images for the guest operating systems into separate partitions.

    我们决定将客户操作系统的Web存储和映像分离到单独的分区中。

    例句8:

    The system interface layer is designed to segregate the difference between hardware platforms.

    系统接口层的设计旨在屏蔽各种不同运行平台的差异性;

    例句9:

    The weaknesses of the income approach are: Cannot segregate specific assets; Subjectivity of income projections and rates of return.

    收益法的缺点是:不能分别估算具体的资产;收益设计和利润率的主观随意性。

    例句10:

    While Americans have largely integrated the workplace during the week, blacks and whites still tend to segregate themselves on weekends.

    虽然美国人在工作车间中大都相处融洽,但在周末,黑人与白人仍会呆在各自的圈子。