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number

美 [ˈnʌmbər]
英 [ˈnʌmbə(r)]
  • n.数;数量;号;数字
  • v.标号;给…编号;总计;共计
  • 网络号码;数目;序号
复数:numbers  现在分词:numbering  过去式:numbered  
number
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n.
单词;符号word/symbol
1.
[c]
数字;数;数量a word or symbol that represents an amount or a quantity
Think of a number and multiply it by two.
想出一个数,然后乘以二。
a high/low number
高位╱低位数
even numbers(= 2, 4, 6, etc.)
偶数
odd numbers(= 1, 3, 5, etc.)
奇数
You owe me 27 dollars? Make it 30, that's a good round number .
你欠我 27 元?凑到 30 吧,讨个整数好记。
序列中的位置position in series
2.
[c]
编号;序数used before a figure to show the position of sth in a series
They live at number 26.
他们住在 26 号。
The song reached number 5 in the charts.
这首歌在排行榜中位列第 5。
电话等telephone, etc.
3.
[c]
(电话、传真等的)号码a number used to identify sth or communicate by telephone, fax , etc.
My phone number is 266998.
我的电话号码是 266998。
I'm sorry, I think you have the wrong number(= wrong telephone number) .
对不起,我想你打错了。
What is your account number, please?
请问你的账号是多少?
quantity
4.
[c]
~ (of sb/sth)
数量;数额a quantity of people or things
A large number of people have applied for the job.
许多人申请了这工作。
The number of homeless people has increased dramatically.
无家可归者的人数急剧增加了。
Huge numbers of(= very many) animals have died.
有大量的动物死去。
A number of(= some) problems have arisen.
已经出现了一些问题。
I could give you any number of(= a lot of) reasons for not going.
我可以给你许多不去的理由。
We were eight in number(= there were eight of us).
我们有八个人。
Nurses are leaving the profession in increasing numbers.
越来越多的护士退出这一职业。
Sheer weight of numbers(= the large number of soldiers) secured them the victory.
他们只是靠重兵取胜。
staff/student numbers
员工╱学生数量
人群group of people
5.
[sing]
一群人;许多人a group or quantity of people
one of our number(= one of us)
我们中的一人
The prime minister is elected by MPs from among their number.
首相是下院议员从他们当中选出的。
杂志magazine
6.
[c]
期;号the version of a magazine, etc. published on a particular day, in a particular month, etc.
the October number of ‘Vogue’
《时尚》十月号
歌;舞蹈song/dance
7.
[c]
一首歌,一段舞蹈(尤指演出的节目)a song or dance, especially one of several in a performance
They sang a slow romantic number.
他们演唱了一首缓慢的浪漫歌曲。
令人羡慕的东西thing admired
8.
[sing]
(informal)
令人羡慕的东西a thing, such as a dress or a car, that is admired
She was wearing a black velvet number.
她穿着一件时髦的黑天鹅绒礼服。
语法grammar
9.
[u]
数(表示所叙述的人或事物是一个或多个)the form of a word, showing whether one or more than one person or thing is being talked about
The word ‘men’ is plural in number.
men 一词是复数形式。
The subject of a sentence and its verb must agree in number.
句子的主语和动词的数必须一致。
IDM
painting by numbers
按数字顺序着色
by numbers
按数字指令following a set of simple instructions identified by numbers
painting by numbers
按数字顺序着色
by the numbers
严格遵循规则;一板一眼following closely the accepted rules for doing sth
He thinks he can fool me but I've got his number.
他以为他能糊弄我,但我清楚他的真面目。
have (got) sbs number
(informal)
了解某人的底细;对某人知根知底to know what sb is really like and what they plan to do
He thinks he can fool me but I've got his number.
他以为他能糊弄我,但我清楚他的真面目。
your number is up
(informal)
劫数已到;死期已至the time has come when you will die or lose everything
MPs were playing the numbers game as the crucial vote drew closer.
在至关重要的表决临近时,下院议员们玩起了数字游戏。
numbers game
数字游戏(即只注重参与的人数、达成了几项结果等,而不考虑参与者是谁、结果是什么)a way of considering an activity, etc. that is concerned only with the number of people doing sth, things achieved, etc., not with who or what they are
MPs were playing the numbers game as the crucial vote drew closer.
在至关重要的表决临近时,下院议员们玩起了数字游戏。
v.
排序make a series
1.
[t]
标号;给…编号to give a number to sth as part of a series or list
All the seats in the stadium are numbered.
运动场里所有的座位都编了号。
I couldn't work out the numbering system for the hotel rooms.
我搞不清楚酒店房间的编号系统。
Number the car's features from 1 to 10 according to importance.
将车的特征按重要性从 1 到 10 编号。
The doors were numbered 2, 4, 6 and 8.
门上的编号为 2、4、6 和 8。
总计make sth as total
2.
[i]
+ noun
总计;共计;数以…计to make a particular number when added together
The crowd numbered more than a thousand.
聚集的人群共计一千多人。
We numbered 20(= there were 20 of us in the group) .
我们总共 20 人。
包括include
3.
[t][i]
把…算作;(被)归入to include sb/sth in a particular group; to be included in a particular group
I number her among my closest friends.
我把她算作我最好的朋友之一。
He numbers among the best classical actors in Britain.
他被看作是英国最好的古典剧目演员之一。

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