instrument 中文 EN [ˈɪnstɹʊmənt] US
仪器, 工具, 乐器 仪器及仪表
仪器及仪表（英语：Instrument）通常指一些用于科学研究或技术测量的，一般来说专用于一个目的的设备或装置。一般来说仪器是比较复杂的，由多个部件组成的。 具体可以指： 测量仪器，工程学及物理学上获得相关物理量所用的设备。 飞行仪表 实验室设备，实验室中常用的设备。 医疗设备 名词 (Noun) PL instruments SUF -ment A device used to produce music. The violinist was a master of her instrument. A means or agency for achieving an effect. “There the cause of death was soon ascertained ; the victim of this daring outrage had been stabbed to death from ear to ear with a long, sharp instrument, in shape like an antique stiletto, which […] was subsequently found under the cushions of the hansom. […]” A measuring or displaying device. The instrument detected an increase in radioactivity. A tool, implement used for manipulation or measurement. The dentist set down his tray of instruments. The scientist recorded the temperature with a thermometer but wished he had a more accurate instrument." (law) A legal document, such as a contract, deed, trust, mortgage, power, indenture, or will. A bond indenture is the instrument that gives a bond its value. Negotiable instruments are the foundation of the debt markets. (figuratively) A person used as a mere tool for achieving a goal. 动词 (Verb) SG instruments PR instrumenting PT, PP instrumented VT To apply measuring devices. VT To devise, conceive, cook up, plan. To perform upon an instrument; to prepare for an instrument. a sonata instrumented for orchestra 更多范例 用于句中 PPV was performed transconjunctivally with either a 23 or a 25 gauge instrument and caused no major intraoperative and postoperative complications. The human voice is the oldest musical instrument in history. Some avant- garde composers request that performers detune their instruments before playing. 用于句尾 While this is longer it is both clearer to understand and to implement as a webform where the user will select an instrument. The byproducts of our study are a strategy to improve the change and project management in intersectoral collaboration and a large repertoire of managerial working methods and instruments. To increase the understanding of what the mouth of a yidaki player is actually doing, Hollenberg organised to have magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) scans done of him playing the instrument.