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orientation

US [ˌɔriənˈteɪʃ(ə)n]
UK [ˌɔːriənˈteɪʃ(ə)n]
  • n.方向;定向;目标;态度
  • Web定位;方位;取向
Plural Form:orientations  
orientation
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n.
1.
[u][c]
方向;目标;定向the type of aims or interests that a person or an organization has; the act of directing your aims towards a particular thing
The course is essentially theoretical in orientation.
该课程的定位是以理论为主。
Companies have been forced into a greater orientation to the market.
各公司不得不转型,更加面向市场。
2.
[u][c]
(个人的)基本信仰,态度,观点a person's basic beliefs or feelings about a particular subject
religious/political orientation
宗教信仰;政治取向
a person's sexual orientation(= whether they are attracted to men, women or both)
某人的性取向
3.
[u]
(任职等前的)培训,训练;迎新会training or information that you are given before starting a new job, course, etc.
an orientation course
上岗培训课
4.
[c]
方向the direction in which an object faces
The orientation of the planet's orbit is changing continuously.
该行星轨道的方向不断变化。

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