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    medium查询结果如下:

    音标:['miːdiəm]
    名词复数:media 词频:高频常用词

    基本释义/说明: adj.中等的;适中的
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    a.
    中间的;适中的;中级(等,号,型)的;
    medium qualitt
    中级(品).
    medium size (price)
    中型(中等价格).
    a man of medium height
    中等身材的人.
    medium wave
    【无】中波.
    n.
    ①中间;中庸;
    the happy medium
    中庸之道.
    ②介质,介体,媒质;传导体;
    Air is the medium of sound.
    空气是传播声音的介质.
    Water is the medium in which fish can live.
    水是鱼借以生存的环境.
    ③中介,媒介;手段,工具,方法;
    art media
    艺术手段.
    the circulating medium
    通货.
    Commercial television is a medium for advertising.
    商业电视是一种作广告的手段.
    His best work was in the medium of oil paints.
    他的拿手作品是油画.
    The painter works in oils,watercolours and other media.
    这画家作画使用油画颜料、水彩颜料以及其他的颜料.
    ④巫师;未亡人;降神者;
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    n.
    [C]1. 中间;中庸;适中,2. 媒介物,媒体;传导体[(+for)]3. 手段,工具[(+of)]4. 新闻媒介,传播媒介[P1]5. (生物的)生活环境,6. 【生】培养基,7. (艺术创作所用的)材料;(艺术的)表现方法,8. (复数为mediums)巫师,女巫
    【法律专业】
    工具
    【海运】
    中颗粒沙的
    n. 【化学】
    培养基;中等的
    【电脑术语】
    (存储)媒体;介质;平均值;手段,方法;【修】中(等);【WIN,NT】粗略,一般[M]
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    词性:noun

    例句2. these organisms were growing in their natural medium

    例句3. two mediums told me they could see bags of money over my head

    同义词系列1
    -medium的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    Of or pertaining to a medium (person claiming to contact the dead)
    “In mediumistic communications it was not unusual to find veridical cases with no links between the medium and living persons.”
    “Just how hypnosis relates to other so-called mediumistic trance states is obviously a matter that should be resolved by empirical research.”
    “Insofar as it is a cultural artifact, I Ching lends itself to a mediumistic study.”
    Situated in the middle; central, intermediate. [from 16th c.] || (anatomy) In the middle of an organ, structure etc.; towards the median plane of an organ or limb. [from 16th c.] || (statistics) Having the median as its value. [from 19th c.]
    “The median mark is 7.”
    Of or pertaining to a mean or average. || In or near the middle; not at either end. || (anatomy) Pertaining to the inside; closer to the midline. || (entomology) Of or pertaining to the media and/or the areas of the wing next to it. || (语言学) Closer to the addressee. || (语言学) Central: produced when air flows across the center of the mouth over the tongue.
    “The medial limb of this ligament limits extension of the thigh, while the lateral limits eversion and adduction.”
    Relating to the media.
    Having a focus on the media.

    名词 变体/同根词

    medium的复数形式
    “Most mediums are women, many of whom become mediums after a crisis or revelatory experience.”
    “His mediums include real rust, iron and aluminum powders, patinas, raw pigment and rich dyes.”
    “It is simply a case of making use of the benefits of different mediums for different purposes.”
    plural form of media
    “It is not until much later times that the h in the mutated forms of the tenues, or the use of the dot, was extended to the mediae.”
    “As a rule the medial mutation of the tenues and mediae is not denoted in O. Welsh.”
    A member of the mediacracy.
    “Kalb was indeed rewarded for his deeds by Graham Allison, who named this mediacrat director of the JFK School′s new mass media center.”
    The jargon used by the media.
    “Mainly White Noise and Libra are full of mediaspeak from television, radio and the tabloids.”
    “She is fluent not only in academese and Mormonish, but also in mediaspeak, a dialect that does not come naturally to academics.”
    The actions of a medium (person claiming to contact the dead).

    动词 变体/同根词

    medialize的异体字
    “The suggestion was to medialise the centre of rotation in order to increase the lever arm of the deltoid.”
    To become more medial. || To render (a consonant) more medial.
    “Arytenoid adduction and rotation is another technique that seeks to medialize the vocal process of the paralyzed arytenoid cartilage.”
    “Failure of nasal bones to medialize is due to an obstructive phenomenon between the two nasal bones.”
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