Go to Bing homepage

grid

US [ɡrɪd]
UK [ɡrɪd]
  • n.网格;格栅;方格;(地图上的)坐标方格
  • Web栅格;格子;格网
Plural Form:grids  
Grid
Show examples
n.
1.
网格;方格a pattern of straight lines, usually crossing each other to form squares
New York's grid of streets
纽约棋盘式的街道布局
2.
(金属或木制的)格子,格栅,栅栏a frame of metal or wooden bars that are parallel or cross each other
3.
(地图上的)坐标方格a pattern of squares on a map that are marked with letters or numbers to help you find the exact position of a place
The grid reference is C8.
地图上的坐标方格数字为 C8。
4.
(输电线路、天然气管道的)系统网络;输电网;煤气输送网a system of electric wires or pipes carrying gas, for sending power over a large area
the national grid(= the electricity supply in a country)
国家输电网
5.
赛车起跑线a pattern of lines marking the starting positions for the racing cars
6.
[sing]
(利用互联网的)联网,联机a number of computers that are linked together using the Internet so that they can share power, data, etc. in order to work on difficult problems

Sample Sentence

Definition:
Category:AllAll,OralOral,WrittenWritten,TitleTitle,TechnicalTechnical
Source:AllAll,DictionaryDictionary,WebWeb
Difficulty:AllAll,EasyEasy,MiddleMiddle,HardHard
More sentence filters
Hide sentence filters