center 中文 EN[ˈsɛn.tə(ɹ)] US
中心, 中心点 中心
- 中心 (群论)，群论中的概念。
- 名词 (Noun)PLcentersPREcen-SUF-ter
- The point in the interior of a circle or sphere that is equidistant from all points on the circumference.
- The middle portion of something; the part well away from the edges.
- (geometry) The point on a line that is midway between the ends.
- (geometry) The point in the interior of any figure of any number of dimensions that has as its coordinates the arithmetic mean of the coordinates of all points on the perimeter of the figure (or of all points in the interior for a center of volume).
- A place where some function or activity occurs.
- shopping center
- convention center
- A topic that is particularly important in a given context.
- the center of the controversy
- the center of attention
- (basketball) The player, generally the tallest, who plays closest to the basket.
- (ice hockey) The forward that generally plays between the left wing and right wing and usually takes the faceoffs.
- (American football) The person who holds the ball at the beginning of each play.
- (Canadian football) The person who holds the ball at the beginning of each play.
- (netball) A player who can go all over the court, except the shooting circles.
- (soccer) A pass played into the centre of the pitch.
- Bent twice sent efforts wide of the far post after cutting in from the left, Wellbeck missed his kick from an inviting centre and failed to get on the end of a looping pass when six yards out.
- (rugby) One of the backs operating in a central area of the pitch, either the inside centre or outside centre.
- Gatland's side got back to within striking distance when fly-half Jones's clever pass sent centre Jonathan Davies arcing round Shontayne Hape.
- (architecture) A temporary structure upon which the materials of a vault or arch are supported in position until the work becomes self-supporting.
- (engineering) One of the two conical steel pins in a lathe, etc., upon which the work is held, and about which it revolves.
- (engineering) A conical recess or indentation in the end of a shaft or other work, to receive the point of a center, on which the work can turn, as in a lathe.
- (politics) The ensemble of moderate or centrist political parties.
- 动词 (Verb)SGcentersPRcenteringPT, PPcentered
- VT To cause (an object) to occupy the center of an area.
- VT To cause (some attribute, such as a mood or voltage) to be adjusted to a value which is midway between the extremes.
- VT To give (something) a central basis.
- VI To concentrate on (something), to pay close attention to (something).
- The plot centers on the life of a working-class family.
- The discussion centered around the recent issues.
- (engineering) To form a recess or indentation for the reception of a center.
- 形容词 (Adjective)
- Of, at, or related to a center.
- The center passed to the left winger, who shot and scored.
- 1995, Christopher Jencks, The Homeless, p. 46: Because punishment does so little to deter chemical addiction, liberal reformers usually prefer detox centers and twelve-step programs.
- The shopping center was a zoo the week before Christmas.
- However, sensitization to Cor a 12, the oleosin from hazelnut, was detected in 10–25 % of the patients in most of the centers.
- The Golgi consists of a contiguous network of laterally linked ministacks positioned at the microtubule-organizing center.
- rack up some opinions about the new shopping center.
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