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phase

US [feɪz]
UK [feɪz]
  • n.阶段;时期;月相;(月亮的)盈亏
  • v.分阶段进行;逐步做
  • Web相位;状态;相数
Plural Form:phases  Present Participle:phasing  Past Tense:phased  
Phase
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n.
1.
阶段;时期a stage in a process of change or development
during the first/next/last phase
在第一╱下一╱最后阶段
the initial/final phase of the project
工程的初始╱最后阶段
a critical/decisive phase
关键性╱决定性阶段
the design phase
设计阶段
His anxiety about the work was just a passing phase .
他对工作的担心只是暂时的。
She's going through a difficult phase .
她正处于困难时期。
The wedding marked the beginning of a new phase in Emma's life.
婚礼标志着埃玛生活新阶段的开始。
2.
月相;(月亮的)盈亏each of the shapes of the moon as we see it from the earth at different times of the month
IDM
The traffic lights were out of phase.
红绿灯信号不协调。
in phase/out of phase (with sth)
协调;不协调working/not working together in the right way
The traffic lights were out of phase.
红绿灯信号不协调。
v.
1.
[usupass]
~ sth
分阶段进行;逐步做to arrange to do sth gradually in stages over a period of time
the phased withdrawal of troops from the area
从该地区分期逐步的撤军
Closure of the hospitals was phased over a three-year period.
这些医院的关闭是在三年期间逐步进行的。

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