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successive

[sək'sesiv]

adj.连续的, 接连的, 接二连三的

例句与用法:

I bought a book on the passing of spiritual authority from the apostles through successive popes and other bishops.

我买了一本关于神权自使徒传至教皇及其他主教的一脉相承的书。

He dropped the nails on the ground and successive clangs were heard.

他把钉子掉到了地上,听见了一连串的叮当声。

Repeating;with some degree of correspondence in successive trials or observations;( "a pattern of message traffic"; "a pattern of hardware failures" ).

在连续的试验或观测中,有重复性且有某种程度相似性的信息。例如报文流量模式、硬件故障模式。

A distance estimated in fathoms between successive marks on a sounding line.

水砣绳间距标示通过测深锤上连续的标记估计出来的以英寸计量的距离

A tied score in tennis in which each player or side has 40 points, or 5 or more games, and one player or side must win 2 successive points to win the game, or 2 successive games to win the set.

局末,平分,盘末平分网球比赛中的一种平局在网球比赛中,比赛对方每方都有40分或者至少有五局,任何一方只有连得两分才算赢一局,或者要连赢两局才算赢一盘。

Continuity is ensured by using the same props in successive scenes.

在连续的场景中使用同样的道具以确保前后衔接。

词形变化:

副词: successively | 名词: succes-siveness |

a.[B]

1. 连续的, 相继的; 依次的

We have had three successive years of good harvest.

我们已连续三年丰收。

2. 接替的, 后继的; 继承的


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