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buffer

US [ˈbʌfər]
UK [ˈbʌfə(r)]
  • v.缓存;保护;减缓(伤害);使不受…的侵害
  • n.缓冲器;缓冲物;起缓冲作用的人;缓存区
  • Web缓冲区;缓冲剂;缓冲液
Plural Form:buffers  Present Participle:buffering  Past Tense:buffered  
Buffer
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n.
1.
缓冲物;起缓冲作用的人a thing or person that reduces a shock or protects sb/sth against difficulties
Support from family and friends acts as a buffer against stress.
家庭和朋友的支持有助于减缓压力。
She often had to act as a buffer between father and son.
她常常不得不在父子之间扮演调解人角色。
a buffer state(= a small country between two powerful states that helps keep peace between them)
缓冲国(两大国之间有助于维持和平的小国家)
a buffer zone(= an area of land between two opposing armies or countries)
缓冲区(两敌对军队或国家之间的地区)
2.
(火车头尾或轨道末端的)减震器,缓冲器one of two round metal devices on the front or end of a train, or at the end of a railway/railroad track, that reduce the shock if the train hits sth
3.
缓存区;缓冲存储区;缓冲器an area in a computer's memory where data can be stored for a short time
4.
愚蠢老头a silly old man
v.
1.
~ sth
减少,减缓(伤害)to reduce the harmful effects of sth
to buffer the effects of stress on health
减少压力对健康的影响
2.
~ sb (against sth)
保护;使不受…的侵害to protect sb from sth
They tried to buffer themselves against problems and uncertainties.
他们尽力保护自己免受困难和不确定因素的影响。
3.
~ sth
缓冲存储;缓存to hold data for a short time before using it

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