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presence

US [ˈprezəns]
UK [ˈprez(ə)ns]
  • n.存在;出现;在场;出席
  • Web到场;临在
Plural Form:presences  
presence
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n.
1.
[u]
在场;出席the fact of being in a particular place
He hardly seemed to notice my presence.
他似乎没有注意到我在场。
Her presence during the crisis had a calming effect.
危难时有她在,对大家的心情有稳定作用。
Your presence is requested at the meeting.
务请出席会议。
2.
[u]
存在;出现the fact of being in a particular place or thing
The test can identify the presence of abnormalities in the unborn child.
这项化验能鉴定胎儿是否有不正常现象。
3.
[sing]
(派遣的)一个队;(尤指执行任务的)部队a group of people, especially soldiers, who have been sent to a place to deal with a particular situation
The government is maintaining a heavy police presence in the area.
政府在这地区派驻了大批警察。
a military presence
驻军
4.
[c][ususing]
感觉在附近的人(或鬼魂)a person or spirit that you cannot see but that you feel is near
She felt a presence behind her.
她觉得有什么东西跟在背后。
5.
[u]
仪态;风度;气质the quality of making a strong impression on other people by the way you talk or behave
a man of great presence
风度翩翩的男子

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