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resistance

US [rɪˈzɪstəns]
UK [rɪˈzɪst(ə)ns]
  • n.电阻;抵抗;阻力;抗力
  • Web抵抗力;阻抗;反抗
Plural Form:resistances  
resistance
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n.
1.
[u][sing]
反对;抵制;抗拒dislike of or opposition to a plan, an idea, etc.; refusal to obey
As with all new ideas it met with resistance.
和所有的新观念一样,它受到了抵制。
There has been a lot of resistance to this new law.
这项新的法规已经遇到很多的抵制。
Resistance to change has nearly destroyed the industry.
对变革的抵制几乎毁了这个行业。
2.
[u][sing]
抵抗;反抗the act of using force to oppose sb/sth
armed resistance
武装反抗
The defenders put up a strong resistance .
保卫者顽强地抵抗。
The demonstrators offered little or no resistance to the police.
示威者几乎没有对警察作任何反抗。
3.
[u][sing]
~ (to sth)
抗力;抵抗力the power not to be affected by sth
AIDS lowers the body's resistance to infection.
艾滋病降低了身体的抗感染能力。
4.
[u][sing]
~ (to sth)
阻力a force that stops sth moving or makes it move more slowly
wind/air resistance(= in the design of planes or cars)
风阻;空气阻力
5.
[u][c]
电阻the opposition of a substance or device to the flow of an electrical current
6.
[singspv]
(尤指敌占区的)秘密抵抗组织a secret organization that resists the authorities, especially in a country that an enemy has control of
resistance fighters
秘密抵抗战士

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