单词common的英汉翻译


common

[kɔmәn]
    adj.共同的,公共的,公有的,普通的,庸俗的,伪劣的 n.[复][总]平民,公有,普通,共通







单词common的英汉对照例句


一个非常普遍的原因就是父母因感到内疚而过分地溺爱孩子。
One fairy common reason is that parents overindulge their child ren ou t of a sense of guilt.
一个普通野生稻资源sb1对三化螟、褐稻虱的抗性研究
Study on the resistance to yellow stem borer and brown planthopper in a common wild rice sb1
一个最常见的现象是人们尽管可以并不喜爱甚至厌恶某一特殊风格,而同时却又对它的纯熟、气势以及这种风格与其内容的贴切一致由衷钦佩。
It is thus of common note that one may dislike or even hate a particular style while admiring its facility its strength its skilful adaptation to the matter set forth.
一家公司回购其普通股,并将股票储存于库房。
Treasury stock when a company repurchases its common stock and holds this stock in the company's treasury.
一切爱好和平,维护正义的国家和人民,应该团结起来,为反对霸权主义和强权政治,推动建立公正合理的国际新秩序而共同奋斗!
All countries and people that love peace and uphold justice should unite to push forward the establishment of a just and rational new international order in the common struggle against hegemonism and power politics.
一些常见的非线性负载有荧光灯、可控硅电动机启动器以及ups系统。
Some common nonlinear loads are fluorescent lighting scr motor starters and ups systems.
一些通常所所说的果树如甜樱桃和麦金托什苹果都是通过嫁接方式培育的。
Some common fruit trees such as sweet cherries and mcintosh apples have to be grafted.
一种白色的矿物,是常见的锌矿石。
A white mineral; a common ore of zinc.
一种常见的蜃景是在热天里在路上似乎飘浮着一大片水。
A common mirage is a sheet of water that seems to appear on a road in hot weather.
一种红色、黄色或褐色的矿物,是铁锈的常见成份氧化铁。
A red or yellow or brown mineral; an oxide of iron that is a common constituent of rust.
一种野生的无花果,用于帮助某些无花果传粉。
Wild variety of the common fig used to facilitate pollination of certain figs.
一种在岩石区湖水潭常见的海葵。
A genus of sea anemone common in rock pools.
一种最常见的药就是碘酒,矿物碘的酒精溶液。人们把它用在刀伤和擦伤处防止感染。
One of the most common drugs is tincture of iodine a solution of the mineral iodine in alcohol.
与普通川续断相似,用法也相似;广布于北美欧洲和西亚;已经引入美国。
Similar to the common teasel and similarly used; widespread in europe and north africa and western asia; naturalized in united states.
与食品加工历史有关第二个共同点是延长产品货架期所带来的好处。
The second common factor associated with the history of food processing is the interest in extending the shelf life of the product.

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