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band [ bænd] n.乐队;带;波段

band [bænd] n. 乐队,品牌

band [bænd]

BPS Band Pitch Shift 分频段变调节器

NO Narrow Band-ISDN 窄带综合业务数据网

VSB Vestigial Side-Band 残留边带

WBA Wide Band Amplifier 宽带放大器

W-CDMA Wide Band-CDMA 宽带码分多址

Band selected 手工挑选

automatic band saw sharpener 带锯自动锉锯机

Band and circular saw sharpener 带锯圆面积锯两用锉锯机

Band resaw 再分带锯机

Band saw 带锯

Band saw clamp 带锯夹

Band saw machine 带锯机

Band saw machine with auto-feed carriage 带锯机附自动填料传送车

Band saw machine with hand-feed carriage 带锯机附手扒送料车

Band saw sharpener 带锯磨锯机

Band saw shear 带锯剪(截)机

Band saw slasher 多带横切锯

Band saw stretcher 带锯滚压机

Band saw welding clamp接锯机

Band sawing 带锯制材

Band scroll saw 细木工带锯,曲线带锯

Circular saw bench for band feed ripping 手工送料纵切圆锯机

Cross cut band saw machine 横切带锯

Double band saw双边带锯

Double-edge cutting band saw 双边齿带锯

jazz band 爵士乐队

militar band 军乐队

band(-)stand (室外)音乐台

brass band 管乐队; 吹奏乐队

Head Band 头箍

a banding machine 自动存取机

大学英语四、六级考试有必要吗? Is the College English Test Band 4/Band 6 Necessary?

broad-banded structure
广分职级结构

broad-banding approach
广分职级法

CET 4 College English Test (Band 4)

CET 6 College English Test (Band 6)

带外发射
out of band emission

A band of robbers held up the train.
一群强盗抢劫了火车。

The band drowned our conversation.
乐队的演奏声把我们谈话的声音淹没了。

I need a hair band.
我需要一个发带。

A What do you like to do in your spare time?
A 你业余时间喜欢做什么?
B I like to hear bands playing music.
B 我喜欢听乐队演奏。
A Like in the clubs and bars?
A 像俱乐部和酒吧里的乐队?
B Yes, you can see lots of new groups in the bars and clubs in Beijing.
B 是的,在北京的酒吧和俱乐部里你可以看到很多新的组合。
A Is it mostly rock music Or do you like other styles?
A 大多数都是摇滚乐队吗?或者你喜欢其他的风格?
B I like lots of different styles – rock, rap, whatever. It’s just good to hear it and see it in Beijing. I guess it’s my hobby!
B 我喜欢各种不同的风格——摇滚、说唱,无论什么。在北京听到、看到这样的演奏非常好。我想这就是我的爱好!

两端加纸条 With a Paper Band at Both Ends

波段 [bō duàn] /wave band/

带 [dài] /band/belt/girdle/ribbon/area/zone/region/wear/carry/lead/bring/consists of/show/and/

带子 [dài zi ] /band/belt/

辋 [wǎng] /tire/wheel band/

乐队 [yuè duì] /band/

{adj: bacchanalian, bacchanal, bacchic, carousing, orgiastic} used of riotously drunken merrymaking
"a night of bacchanalian revelry"
"carousing bands of drunken soldiers"
"orgiastic festivity"

{adj: banded} characterized by a band of especially white around the body
"banded cattle"

{adj: banded} identified with a band especially around a leg
"kept watch for the return of their banded birds"
<-> unbanded

{adj: banded} marked with bands or strips of contrasting color or texture
"a banded rock"

{adj: broadband, wideband} responding to or operating at a wide band of frequencies
"a broadband antenna"

{adj: cross-banded} (of snakes) having crossing bands on the back

{adj: elastic} capable of resuming original shape after stretching or compression; springy
"an elastic band"
"a youthful and elastic walk"
<-> inelastic

{adj: fast} at a rapid tempo
"the band played a fast fox trot"
<-> slow

{adj: lawless, outlaw} disobedient to or defiant of law
"lawless bands roaming the plains"

{adj: marauding, predatory, raiding} characterized by plundering or pillaging or marauding
"bands of marauding Indians"
"predatory warfare"
"a raiding party"

{adj: nefarious, villainous} extremely wicked
"nefarious schemes"
"a villainous plot"
"a villainous band of thieves"

{adj: slow} at a slow tempo
"the band played a slow waltz"
<-> fast

{adj: subterminal} near but not precisely at an end
"a subterminal band of color on the tail feathers"

{adj: torrid} emotionally charged and vigorously energetic
"a torrid dance"
"torrid jazz bands"
"hot trumpets and torrid rhythms"

{adj: unbanded} not identified with a band
"an unbanded bird"
<-> banded

{adj: yellow-banded} having yellow bands

{adv: loudly, loud, aloud} with relatively high volume
"the band played loudly"
"she spoke loudly and angrily"
"he spoke loud enough for those at the back of the room to hear him"
"cried aloud for help"
<-> softly

{n: African coral snake, Aspidelaps lubricus} small widely distributed arboreal snake of southern Africa banded in black and orange

{n: Asbat al-Ansar, Band of Partisans} an extremist Palestinian Sunni group active in Lebanon in the early 1990s that advocates Salafism; responsible for murders and bombings; seeks to overthrow the Lebanese government and control Palestinian refugee camps; funded by al-Qaeda

{n: Band Aid} trade name for an adhesive bandage to cover small cuts or blisters

{n: Ceylon bowstring hemp, Sansevieria zeylanica} plant having thick fibrous leaves transversely banded in light and dark green

{n: Coleonyx, genus Coleonyx} banded geckos

{n: Cortinarius armillatus} a fungus with large tawny caps and pale cinnamon gills and a red band of veil around the stalk; usually found near birch trees

{n: Cuban Revolution} the revolution led by Fidel Castro and a small band of guerrilla fighters against a corrupt dictatorship in Cuba; 1956-1959

{n: Dasyuridae, family Dasyuridae, family Dasyurinae} dasyures; native cats; pouched mice; banded anteaters; Tasmanian devils

{n: Elgar, Sir Edward Elgar, Sir Edward William Elgar} British composer of choral and orchestral works including two symphonies as well as songs and chamber music and music for brass band (1857-1934)

{n: Goodman, Benny Goodman, Benjamin David Goodman, King of Swing} United States clarinetist who in 1934 formed a big band (including Black as well as White musicians) and introduced a kind of jazz known as swing (1909-1986)

{n: Hemigalus, genus Hemigalus} banded palm civets

{n: James, Jesse James} United States outlaw who fought as a Confederate soldier and later led a band of outlaws that robbed trains and banks in the West until he was murdered by a member of his own gang (1847-1882)

{n: Milky Way, Milky Way Galaxy, Milky Way System} the galaxy containing the solar system; consists of millions of stars that can be seen as a diffuse band of light stretching across the night sky

{n: Miller, Glenn Miller, Alton Glenn Miller} United States bandleader of a popular big band (1909-1944)

{n: Mohican, Mohican haircut} haircut in which the head is shaved except for a band of hair down the middle of the scalp

{n: Myrmecobius, genus Myrmecobius} banded anteater

{n: Rothko, Mark Rothko} United States abstract painter (born in Russia) whose paintings are characterized by horizontal bands of color with indistinct boundaries (1903-1970)

{n: Shaw, Artie Shaw, Arthur Jacob Arshawsky} United States clarinetist and leader of a swing band (born in 1910)

{n: Sherwood Forest} an ancient forest in central England; formerly a royal hunting ground; said to be the home of Robin Hood and his merry band

{n: absorption band} a dark band in the spectrum of white light that has been transmitted through a substance that exhibits absorption at selective wavelengths

{n: adhesion} a fibrous band of scar tissue that binds together normally separate anatomical structures

{n: agate} an impure form of quartz consisting of banded chalcedony; used as a gemstone and for making mortars and pestles

{n: apar, three-banded armadillo, Tolypeutes tricinctus} South American armadillo with three bands of bony plates

{n: armband} a band worn around the upper arm

{n: armlet, arm band} a band worn around the arm for decoration

{n: aurora} an atmospheric phenomenon consisting of bands of light caused by charged solar particles following the earth's magnetic lines of force

{n: backband} a broad band that passes over the back of a horse and supports the shafts of a vehicle

{n: band aid, quick fix, quickie, quicky} hurried repair

{n: band, banding, stria, striation} a stripe or stripes of contrasting color
"chromosomes exhibit characteristic bands"
"the black and yellow banding of bees and wasps"

{n: band, banding, stripe} an adornment consisting of a strip of a contrasting color or material

{n: band, ring} a strip of material attached to the leg of a bird to identify it (as in studies of bird migration)

{n: band-tailed pigeon, band-tail pigeon, bandtail, Columba fasciata} wild pigeon of western North America; often mistaken for the now extinct passenger pigeon

{n: banded gecko} any of several geckos with dark bands across the body and differing from typical geckos in having movable eyelids; of United States southwest and gulf coast to Florida

{n: banded krait, banded adder, Bungarus fasciatus} sluggish krait banded with black and yellow

{n: banded palm civet, Hemigalus hardwickii} an East Indian civet

{n: banded purple, white admiral, Limenitis arthemis} North American butterfly with blue-black wings crossed by a broad white band

{n: banded sand snake, Chilomeniscus cinctus} a sand snake of southwestern United States; lives in fine to coarse sand or loamy soil in which it `swims'; banding resembles that of coral snakes

{n: banded stilt, Cladorhyncus leucocephalum} web-footed Australian stilt with reddish-brown pectoral markings

{n: bandit, brigand} an armed thief who is (usually) a member of a band

{n: bandleader} the leader of a dance band

{n: bandmaster} the conductor of a band

{n: bandsaw, band saw} an endless saw consisting of a toothed metal band that is driven around two wheels

{n: bandsman} a player in a band (especially a military band)

{n: bandstand, outdoor stage, stand} a platform where a (brass) band can play in the open air

{n: bandwagon} a large ornate wagon for carrying a musical band
"the gaudy bandwagon led the circus parade"

{n: band} a range of frequencies between two limits

{n: band} a restraint put around something to hold it together

{n: band} a thin flat strip of flexible material that is worn around the body or one of the limbs (especially to decorate the body)

{n: band} a thin flat strip or loop of flexible material that goes around or over something else

{n: band} instrumentalists not including string players

{n: barn spider, Araneus cavaticus} an orange and tan spider with darkly banded legs that spins an orb web daily
"the barn spider was made famous in E. B. White's book `Charlotte's Web'"

{n: bellyband} a cloth band that is worn around the waist (as on infants until the navel has healed)

{n: belted kingfisher, Ceryle alcyon} greyish-blue North American kingfisher with a chestnut band on its chest

{n: belt} a band to tie or buckle around the body (usually at the waist)

{n: big band} a large dance or jazz band usually featuring improvised solos by lead musicians

{n: bomber jacket} a jacket gathered into a band at the waist

{n: brake band} a band that can be tightened around a shaft to stop its rotation

{n: brass band} a group of musicians playing only brass and percussion instruments

{n: brass section, brass} the section of a band or orchestra that plays brass instruments

{n: chalaza} one of two spiral bands of tissue connecting the egg yolk to the enclosing membrane at either end of the shell

{n: cigar band} a narrow paper band around a cigar

{n: cinch, girth} stable gear consisting of a band around a horse's belly that holds the saddle in place

{n: circlet} decorated metal band worn around the head

{n: clarinet section} the section of a band or orchestra that plays clarinets

{n: cohort} a band of warriors (originally a unit of a Roman Legion)

{n: collar, neckband} a band that fits around the neck and is usually folded over

{n: collared lizard} any of several robust long-tailed lizards with collars of two dark bands; of central and western United States and northern Mexico

{n: collar} a band of leather or rope that is placed around an animal's neck as a harness or to identify it

{n: collet} a band or collar that holds an individual stone in a jewellery setting

{n: column, chromatography column} a vertical glass tube used in column chromatography; a mixture is poured in the top and washed through a stationary substance where components of the mixture are adsorbed selectively to form colored bands

{n: common kingsnake, Lampropeltis getulus} widespread in United States except northern regions; black or brown with yellow bands

{n: common water snake, banded water snake, Natrix sipedon, Nerodia sipedon} in some classifications placed in the genus Nerodia; western United States snake that seldom ventures far from water

{n: concert band, military band} a group of musicians playing brass and woodwind and percussion instruments

{n: conspiracy, confederacy} a group of conspirators banded together to achieve some harmful or illegal purpose

{n: coral snake, harlequin-snake, New World coral snake} any of several venomous New World snakes brilliantly banded in red and black and either yellow or white; widely distributed in South America and Central America

{n: dance band, band, dance orchestra} a group of musicians playing popular music for dancing

{n: diffraction} when light passes sharp edges or goes through narrow slits the rays are deflected and produce fringes of light and dark bands

{n: drum majorette, majorette} a female baton twirler who accompanies a marching band

{n: drum major} the leader of a marching band or drum corps

{n: eastern kingbird} a kingbird that breeds in North America and winters in tropical America; distinguished by a white band on the tip of the tail

{n: fascia, facia} a sheet or band of fibrous connective tissue separating or binding together muscles and organs etc

{n: ferrule, collet} a metal cap or band placed on a wooden pole to prevent splitting

{n: fesse, fess} (heraldry) an ordinary consisting of a broad horizontal band across a shield

{n: fife} a small high-pitched flute similar to a piccolo; has a shrill tone and is used chiefly to accompany drums in a marching band

{n: force} a group of people having the power of effective action
"he joined forces with a band of adventurers"

{n: frequency band, waveband} a band of adjacent radio frequencies (e.g., assigned for transmitting radio or television signals)

{n: frieze} an architectural ornament consisting of a horizontal sculptured band between the architrave and the cornice

{n: garter, supporter} a band (usually elastic) worn around the leg to hold up a stocking (or around the arm to hold up a sleeve)

{n: gemsbok, gemsbuck, Oryx gazella} large South African oryx with a broad black band along its flanks

{n: girdle, cincture, sash, waistband, waistcloth} a band of material around the waist that strengthens a skirt or trousers

{n: guilloche} an architectural decoration formed by two intersecting wavy bands

{n: hatband} a band around the crown of a hat just above the brim

{n: headband} a band worn around or over the head
"the earphones were held in place by a headband"

{n: headstall, headpiece} the band that is the part of a bridle that fits around a horse's head

{n: hoop, ring} a rigid circular band of metal or wood or other material used for holding or fastening or hanging or pulling
"there was still a rusty iron hoop for tying a horse"

{n: instrumentation} the instruments called for in a musical score or arrangement for a band or orchestra

{n: isthmus, band} a cord-like tissue connecting two larger parts of an anatomical structure

{n: jazz band, jazz group, combo} a small band of jazz musicians

{n: jazz} a style of dance music popular in the 1920s; similar to New Orleans jazz but played by large bands

{n: jug band} a musical group that uses jugs and washboards and kazoos and other improvised instruments

{n: leukoderma} a congenital skin condition characterized by spots or bands of unpigmented skin

{n: ligament} a sheet or band of tough fibrous tissue connecting bones or cartilages or supporting muscles or organs

{n: ligature} a metal band used to attach a reed to the mouthpiece of a clarinet or saxophone

{n: line} a single frequency (or very narrow band) of radiation in a spectrum

{n: loggerhead shrike, Lanius lucovicianus} a common shrike of southeastern United States having black bands around the eyes

{n: napkin ring} a circular band used to hold a particular person's napkin

{n: neckband} a band around the collar of a garment

{n: night rider, nightrider} member of a secret mounted band in United States south after the American Civil War; committed acts of intimidation and revenge

{n: numbat, banded anteater, anteater, Myrmecobius fasciatus} small Australian marsupial having long snout and strong claws for feeding on termites; nearly extinct

{n: onyx} a chalcedony with alternating black and white bands; used in making cameos

{n: orchestration} an arrangement of a piece of music for performance by an orchestra or band

{n: painted greenling, convict fish, convictfish, Oxylebius pictus} greenling with whitish body marked with black bands

{n: pallium} (Roman Catholic Church) vestment consisting of a band encircling the shoulders with two lappets hanging in front and back

{n: party, company} a band of people associated temporarily in some activity
"they organized a party to search for food"
"the company of cooks walked into the kitchen"

{n: peba, nine-banded armadillo, Texas armadillo, Dasypus novemcinctus} having nine hinged bands of bony plates; ranges from Texas to Paraguay

{n: peludo, poyou, Euphractus sexcinctus} Argentine armadillo with six movable bands and hairy underparts

{n: percussion section, percussion, rhythm section} the section of a band or orchestra that plays percussion instruments

{n: pied-billed grebe, Podilymbus podiceps} American grebe having a black-banded whitish bill

{n: pipe major} the chief piper in a band of bagpipes

{n: pons, pons Varolii} a band of nerve fibers linking the medulla oblongata and the cerebellum with the midbrain

{n: purple chinese houses, innocense, Collinsia bicolor, Collinsia heterophylla} white and lavender to pale-blue flowers grow in perfect rings of widely spaced bands around the stems forming a kind of pagoda; California

{n: range pole, ranging pole, flagpole} surveying instrument consisting of a straight rod painted in bands of alternate red and white each one foot wide; used for sightings by surveyors

{n: red-spotted purple, Limenitis astyanax} similar to the banded purple but with red spots on underwing surfaces

{n: reed section} the section of a band or orchestra that plays reed instruments

{n: ring ouzel, ring blackbird, ring thrush, Turdus torquatus} European thrush common in rocky areas; the male has blackish plumage with a white band around the neck

{n: ring, band} jewelry consisting of a circlet of precious metal (often set with jewels) worn on the finger
"she had rings on every finger"
"he noted that she wore a wedding band"

{n: ringdove, Streptopelia risoria} greyish Old World turtledove with a black band around the neck; often caged

{n: rock group, rock band} a band of musicians who play rock'n'roll music

{n: rubber band, elastic band, elastic} a narrow band of elastic rubber used to hold things (such as papers) together

{n: rudderfish, banded rudderfish, Seriola zonata} fish having the habit of following ships; found in North American and South American coastal waters

{n: saddlebill, jabiru, Ephippiorhynchus senegalensis} large black-and-white stork of tropical Africa; its red bill has a black band around the middle

{n: set, circle, band, lot} an unofficial association of people or groups
"the smart set goes there"
"they were an angry lot"

{n: signature, signature tune, theme song} a melody used to identify a performer or a dance band or radio/tv program

{n: skiffle group} a band of musicians who play skiffle

{n: spirogyra} freshwater algae consisting of minute filaments containing spiral chlorophyll bands

{n: steel band} a band that plays instruments made from the heads of oil drums (Caribbean Islands)

{n: strap, shoulder strap} a band that goes over the shoulder and supports a garment or bag

{n: stretch mark} a narrow band resulting from tension on the skin (as on abdominal skin after pregnancy)

{n: swaddling clothes, swaddling bands} a garment (a gown or narrow strips of cloth) for an infant

{n: sweatband} a band of fabric or leather sewn inside the crown of a hat

{n: sweatband} a band of material tied around the forehead or wrist to absorb sweat

{n: swing, swing music, jive} a style of jazz played by big bands popular in the 1930s; flowing rhythms but less complex than later styles of jazz

{n: syncopator} a musician who plays syncopated jazz music (usually in a dance band)
"they called themselves the Dixie Syncopators"

{n: teju} large (to 3 feet) blackish yellow-banded South American lizard; raid henhouses; used as food

{n: tendon, sinew} a cord or band of inelastic tissue connecting a muscle with its bony attachment

{n: tiger rattlesnake, Crotalus tigris} having irregularly cross-banded back; of arid foothills and canyons of southern Arizona and Mexico

{n: timber rattlesnake, banded rattlesnake, Crotalus horridus horridus} widely distributed in rugged ground of eastern United States

{n: trumpet section} the section of a band or orchestra that plays trumpets or cornets

{n: vocal cord, vocal fold, vocal band, plica vocalis} either of two pairs of folds of mucous membrane projecting into the larynx

{n: war party} a band of warriors who raid or fight an enemy (used especially of Native Americans)

{n: watchband, watchstrap, wristband, watch bracelet, bracelet} a band of cloth or leather or metal links attached to a wristwatch and wrapped around the wrist

{n: wedding ring, wedding band} a ring (usually plain gold) given to the bride (and sometimes one is also given to the groom) at the wedding

{n: weed, mourning band} a black band worn by a man (on the arm or hat) as a sign of mourning

{n: withe} band or rope made of twisted twigs or stems

{n: wreath, garland, coronal, chaplet, lei} flower arrangement consisting of a circular band of foliage or flowers for ornamental purposes

{n: wristband} band consisting of a part of a sleeve that covers the wrist

{n: wristlet, wrist band} a band or bracelet worn around the wrist

{n: zebra-tailed lizard, gridiron-tailed lizard, Callisaurus draconoides} swift lizard with long black-banded tail and long legs; of deserts of United States and Mexico

{v: band oneself, league together} attach oneself to a group

{v: band together, confederate} form a group or unite
"The groups banded together"

{v: band} bind or tie together, as with a band

{v: federate, federalize, federalise} unite on a federal basis or band together as a league
"The country was federated after the civil war"

{v: garland} adorn with bands of flowers or leaves
"They garlanded the statue"

{v: play} play on an instrument
"The band played all night long"

{v: point jam} jam a narrow band of frequencies
"We can counter point-jamming effectively"

{v: ring, band} attach a ring to the foot of, in order to identify
"ring birds"
"band the geese to observe their migratory patterns"

During the night Pablo has absconded with the detonators
帕布洛于夜间携带雷管逃走。
- But to everyone's surprise Pablo returns in the morning.
但使众人感到惊讶的是,帕布洛次日清晨又返回了营地。
He had intended to leave the band for good but changed his mind; he has managed to recruit some new guerillas for the expedition.
他原本打算永远离开这伙人,但后来又改变了主意,还设法为完成任务招来了几名新的游击队员。

He can not continue but insists that the rest of the band, including Maria, go on without him.
他无法继续行军,但执意让其余队员,包括玛丽亚在内,继续前进,不要管他。

Teacher attitudes have contributed, she says, to a drastic reduction in student participation in physical education.
她说,教师的态度已造成了学生参加体育活动的人数急剧下降。
Thirty years ago, nine out of 10 elementary students ran daily PE classes.
30年前,十分之九的小学生每天上体育课;
Today, less than a third do;
今天,不到三分之一的学生参加,
and, while the vast majority of school districts are required to offer PE, nine out of 10 allow students to be excused or exempted for activities like cheer-leading and band practice, according to a 1994 study of school PE programmes.
并且,根据 1994年的一项关于学校体育课程的研究,尽管要求绝大多数学区开设体育课,而十个有九个允许学生可以因像啦啦队和乐队之类的活动而中途退出或不参加体育课。

But as the sun turns, its equatorial gases rotate faster than those at higher latitudes, twisting the magnetic lines " like a rubber band ", explains David Hathaway, a solar physicist at NASA's Marshall Space flight Center.
但是,太阳是旋转的,其赤道地区的大气要比高纬度地区大气的旋转速度更快, NASA 马歇尔空间飞行中心的太阳物理学家大卫·哈撒韦解释道,这就将磁力线 "像橡皮筋一样 "扭得弯弯曲曲。

Each piece had a gold rim and a band of roses.
每一件都绘有金边和玫瑰花束。

In a few years ' time--in about 2005--there will be enough clever developments in cellphone handsets and the band-width available for transmission so that mobile communications with a video-phone will be possible.
几年之后-大约 2005年左右,便携式电话和可供传送信号的超带宽将得到进一步开发,并足以使借助电视电话的移动通讯成为可能。

The full band converges for a last mad-dash chorus, racing to Bennie's steel pulse.
在乐曲的结尾处,整个乐队在本尼的吉他伴奏中到达了狂热的顶峰。

The year of this recording was 1931 by the Red Devils, a studio band that only cut a few sides.
这张唱片是红色魔鬼乐队在 1931年灌制的。该乐队的唱片为数不多。

He worked in many pop dialects and in dozens of bands but there was one constant: inventive exhilaration.
他曾用多种方言进行演奏,也曾在许多乐队中演奏,但有一点始终没变:充满想象的活力。

A swing band played, and there were Scottish bagpipes too.
他们还请了一支乐队进行现场演奏,乐器当然少不了苏格兰风笛。

They 're often presented along with the wedding bands as part of the formal ceremony and have become very popular.
作为结婚仪式的一个组成部分,赠送奖章一般在乐队奏乐时进行,现在已经非常普遍。

The band's first two CDs went largely unnoticed outside that circle of fans, and the group survived with non-stop, year-round touring, playing for almost any festival, carnival, or town celebration that needed the live music and enthusiasm that Zebda had to offer.
乐队推出的前两张唱片并没有引起外界的注意。乐队靠长年到各地巡回演出维持生计。无论哪里举办节庆、狂欢或小镇庆典活动,只要需要气氛热烈的现场音乐表演,他们几乎都参加演出。

Cherfi's lyrics began striking a chord in listeners with their scenes and themes from the desolate, high-unemployment banlieues on the fringes of major cities, but without the usual rage and negativity voiced by other bands.
彻尔弗的歌曲以都市郊区荒凉冷落、失业率高的角落为题材,以此引起听众的共鸣。与其他乐队创作的类似题材歌曲不同的是,他的歌曲少了些愤懑与消极情绪。

The band led by example in April, 1998, by refusing to perform at a high-exposure Toulouse concert on the grounds that ticket prices were too high.
例如, 1998年 4月,该乐队带头拒绝参加一场在图卢兹被炒得沸沸扬扬的音乐会,原因是票价太高。

With Tomber la Chemise reaching the top of the charts in France and gaining adherents for Zebda in Spain and even Canada, Cherfi says the challenge now is to hang onto the new fans without betraying the band's dedication to heavier, more troublesome issues.
随着《脱下你的球衫来》登上法国流行音乐排行榜榜首,并逐步在西班牙甚至加拿大为 Zebda 乐队赢得更多的追随者,彻尔弗说,现在的问题是,乐队在赢得更多乐迷的同时,不要背弃乐队的一大宗旨:关注更沉重、更棘手的社会问题。

In its first decade, Zebda showed commitment to its cause; last summer the band proved it could produce a hit.
成立 10年来,乐队一直在追求它所倡导的目标。去年夏天,乐队证明获得成功。

And for the first time in 10 years, the old E. Street Band is touring with him Rock'n'roll, in its first half-century, has produced any number of middle-aged superstars - even a smattering of grandfathers - but precious few genuine adults.
过去 10年里头一回,布鲁斯.普林斯廷(绰号老板)和他过去的东街乐队一道巡回演出。摇滚乐最初的 50年里,产生了一大批中年巨星,甚至还有为数很少的一些祖父年龄的歌星,但很少几个是真正的成年人。

The frenzied reaction to his first tour with the E Street Band in more than a decade proves that the powerful bond Springsteen has forged with his fans during the past quarter-century has only intensified.
10多年前,斯普林斯廷和他的东街乐队第一次巡回演出所引发的狂热反应,证明过去 25年斯普林斯廷与他的歌迷们之间建立的强有力纽带关系现在只是变得更加牢固。

All eight members of the band?? including his wife, guitarist and backup singer Patti Scialfa?? are back, older, wiser and, in virtually every case, better.
这个乐队的所有 8个成员,包括他的妻子、吉他手和伴唱歌手帕蒂·西亚尔法都回来了,他们都老了,但更聪明了,实际上在任何方面都更出色了。

Back in 1988, barely 18 months before the Wall came down, Springsteen and the band played one of the largest and most dramatic rock concerts ever.
回顾 1988年,在柏林墙被推倒 18个月之前,斯普林斯廷举办过他最大、最轰动的一场演出。

On the second night, when the band finished up Badlands, the audience kept the song going.
第二天晚上,当他的摇滚乐队演奏完《恶土》一曲时,观众继续唱了下去。

Springsteen gave the signal, and the musicians crashed back into the song, with band members smiling and laughing as they played.
斯普林斯廷给了个信号,乐手们慌乱一阵回到歌曲演奏中,他们一边演奏,一边露出微笑和发出笑声。

The band sent the Berlin crowd home with a new gospel-tinged song called Land of Hopes and Dreams: " Well I will provide for you and I will stand by your side/You'll need a good companion darlin' for this part of the ride. "
斯普林斯廷所以出轨迹,是由于最终决定把它们奉献给他的歌迷,以纪念他本人 1999年早些时候被列入摇滚名曲纪念堂。乐队演奏了一首新的赞美诗风格的歌曲,名为《希望与梦想之地》,使柏林听众们有被送回家的感觉:哦,我将为你提供生计,我将站在你一边亲爱的,为这段旅程,你将需要一位好的伴侣。

Just before leaving for Europe, the band premiered the song in Asbury Park.
在赴欧洲演出之前,乐队曾在阿思布里公园首次演出这首曲子。

His words aired Sunday, as coalition troops continued to battle scattered bands of insurgents in the Iraqi city of Fallujah.
美国全国广播公司电视台星期天播放布莱尔的访谈内容之际,正值联军继续在伊拉克城市费卢杰对零星的暴乱分子发动攻势的时候。

Brake band 制动带

谱带 Spectral bands

外裹蒲包,加捆铁皮 Bale?matted Iron-band-strapped Outside

铝箔包装 In Aluminium Foil Packing
木箱内衬铝箔纸 Lined with Aluminium Foil in the Wooden Case
双层布袋外层上浆 Double Cloth Bag with Outer Bag Starched
外置木箱 Covered with Wooded Case
外绕铁皮 Bound with Iron Bands Externally

外绕铁丝二道 Bound with Two Bands 0f Metal Wires Outside

空间性谱带加宽 band broadening in space

HS6507
Head-bands, linings, covers, hat foundations, hat frames, peaks and chinstraps, for headgear
帽(圈、衬、套、帮、骨架、舌及颏带)

HS65070000
Head-bands, linings, covers, hat foundations, etc, for headgear
帽(圈、衬、套、帮、骨架、舌及颏带)

HS7312
Stranded wire, ropes, cables, plaited bands, slings and the like, of iron or steel, not elect
非绝缘的钢铁绞股线、绳、缆、编带、吊索等

HS73129000
Plaited bands, slings & the like of i/s, not elec insulated
非绝缘的钢铁编带、吊索及类似品

HS7314
Cloth ( including endless bands ), grill, netting and fencing, of iron or steel wire; expande
钢铁丝制的布、网、篱、格栅;网眼钢铁板

HS73141210
Woven endless bands for machinery of stainless steel, for technical use
工业用不锈钢制机器用环形带

HS73141290
Woven endless bands for machinery of stainless steel, nes
其他不锈钢制机器用环形带

HS73141310
Other woven endless bands for machinery of i/s wire, for technical use
工业用其他机器用环形带

HS73141390
Other woven endless bands for machinery of i/s wire, nes
未列名其他机器用环形带

HS7413
Stranded wire, cables, plaited bands and the like, of copper, not electrically insulated
非绝缘铜丝绞线、缆、编带及布、网、格栅等

HS74130000
Stranded wire,cable,plaited bands & like of Cu not elec insulated
非绝缘铜丝绞线、缆、编带及布、网、格栅等

HS7414
Cloth ( including endless bands ), grill and netting, of copper wire; expanded metal of coppe
铜丝布(包括环型带)、网、格栅、网眼铜板

HS7614
Stranded wire, cables, plaited bands and the like, of aluminium, not electrically insulated
非绝缘的铝制绞股线、缆、编带及类似品

HS82022000
Band saw blades
带锯片

HS84723010
Machines for soring/closing/banding mail
邮政信件分拣及封装设备

HS9113
Watch straps, watch bands and watch bracelets, and parts thereof
表带及其零件

HS91139000
Watch straps/bands/bracelets and parts thereof
其他材料表带及其零件

spsc-23152205
Band saw tables
带锯桌

spsc-23172007
Metal cutting band saw blades
金属切割带锯片

spsc-31162406
Strapping or banding buckles
带扣环

spsc-31241801
Broad band filters
宽带滤波器

spsc-31241805
Narrow band filters
窄带滤波器

spsc-40101829
Band heaters
带式加热器

spsc-42151602
Bands for dental matrix
牙科用型片圈

spsc-42152712
Orthodontic molar bands
畸齿矫正磨牙索线

spsc-42152715
Orthodontic setter bands
畸齿矫正镶嵌镶边

spsc-42201836
Medical x ray apparatus compression band assemblies
医疗X光设备压缩带附件

spsc-42251608
Resistive exercise bands or putty or tubing or accessories for rehabilitation or therapy
复原、治疗用耐力训练用带子、腻子、管和附件

spsc-42281906
Sterilization instrument bands
消毒器械联合

spsc-42291801
Surgical band ligator appliers or bands or related products
外科绷带填充器、带和相关产品

spsc-43212101
Band printers
带式打印机

spsc-44103122
Print bands
打印带

spsc-44122101
Rubber bands
橡皮筋

spsc-45101901
Banding machines
镶边机

spsc-49201609
Resistance bands
减肥用带

spsc-53102506
Sweat bands
帽内皮圈,帽内防汗带

spsc-54111704
Watch straps or bands or bracelets or fobs
表带、手镯和表链

spsc-55121802
Identification cards or bands or similar products
身份卡、标记和相似产品

spsc-55121806
Personnel identification band kits or accessories
个人标识、标记工具和附件

spsc-60103107
Geoboard rubber bands
几何板橡皮圈

spsc-60131601
Rhythm band sets
打击乐团乐器

heater band 加热片

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