superimpose

US [ˌsupərɪmˈpoʊz]
UK [ˌsuːpərɪmˈpəʊz]
  • v.使(图像甲)叠映在(图像乙)上;使重叠;使叠加;使附加于
  • Web加在上面;放在…上面;添加
Simple Present:superimposes  Present Participle:superimposing  Past Tense:superimposed  
superimpose
v.
1.
~ sth (on/onto sth)
使(图像甲)叠映在(图像乙)上to put one image on top of another so that the two can be seen combined
A diagram of the new road layout was superimposed on a map of the city.
新公路的规划示意图被叠映在该城市的地图上。
2.
~ sth (on/onto sth)
使重叠;使叠加;使附加于to add some of the qualities of one system or pattern to another one in order to produce sth that combines the qualities of both
She has tried to superimpose her own attitudes onto this ancient story.
她尝试过把自己的看法加入这个古老的故事里。

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