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recognize [ 'rekəgnaiz] vt.认识,认出;承认

recognize ['rekəgnaiz] v.识别

recognize 认清(职责等)

recognize 认清(职责等)

Many survey show that people in increasing numbers are beginning to recognize that boarding school provides better environment and facilities for children.
许多调查显示越来越多的人开始意识到寄宿学校能给他们的孩子提供较好的学习环境和设施。 120. At the same time, there are still many people who live under the traditional ideas that day schools play an extremely important role in children's study.
同时,仍有许多人持传统观点认为日制学校对孩子的学习发挥着极其重要的作用。
 121. On the one hand, it is indisputable that boarding schools are exerting a growing important effect, especially in last few years.
一方面,寄宿学校正在发挥越来越重要的作用,尤其是最近几年,这是无可争辩的。

Opportunities are usually disguised as hard work, so most people don't recognize them.
机会通常伪装成艰苦的工作,所以大多数人认不出它们。

Many fail to recognize that all these things are in danger of being refused.
许多人没有看到这一切正处于失去的危险之中。

No one recognizes the difficulty of the mission.
没有人注意到这项使命的艰巨性。

I recognized Peter although I hadn't seen him for 10 years.
虽然我有10年没看到彼得了,但我认出了他。

He recognized that he must have carried about the orchestral opening to the "Rhinegold", within yet he had never been able to put it into form.
他意识到,这是久存于心中却始终未能谱写的《莱茵河的黄金》管弦乐前奏曲。

Some diseases are easy to diagnose as their apparent effects are typical and can be recognized immediately.
有些疾病诊断很容易,因为其症状明显、典型,可以立刻识别。

He is a recognized authority.
他是公认的权威。

Can you recognize that woman, Mary? 你能认出那个女人是谁了吗,玛丽?

Even the doctoral degree, long recognized as a required “ union card” in the academic world, has come under severe criticism as the pursuit of learning for its own sake and the accumulation of knowledge without immediate application to a professor’s classroom duties.
即使是学术界被长时间认作必须“同盟卡”的博士学位,现在也因为仅仅为了学习本身和知识的累积而学习,却不把知识应用到教授的教学职责中去而受到了严厉的批评。

But do not the challenge and the excitement of the critical problem as such lie in that ambivalence of attitude which allows us to recognize the intelligence and even the splendor of Meredith’s work, while, at the same time, we experience a lack of sympathy, a failure of any enthusiasm of response?
但是难道这不是关键问题的挑战和刺激而就其本身而言是存在于矛盾的态度里面。这样的态度让我们认识到Meredith’s作品中智慧和卓越,然而与此同时,我们有了缺乏同情和不能有任何热情反应的经历。

He walked along in the shadows hoping no one would recognize him.
他走在暗处,希望没有人认出他来。

A What about your husband?
A 你丈夫呢?
B He's in the sales department.
B 他在销售部上班。
A There are several Americans in the sales department.
A 在销售部有好几个美国人。
B Yes, but you'll recognize him easily.
B 是的,但是你会很容易认出他。
A How's that?
A 怎么认出他呢?
B He's got a beard. He's the only one with a beard.
B 他留着胡须。他是唯一留胡子的人。

The highest possible stage in moral culture is when we recognize that we ought to control our thoughts.
Charles Darwin, British narurlist
道德修养能达到的最高价段,是认识到我们应该控制我们的思想。
英国博物学家达尔文.C.

Their is something that is much more scarce, something rarer than ability. It is the ability to recognize.
Rbert Half, British writer  
有的东西比才能稀罕得多,珍贵得多,这就是识别的能力。
英国作家哈夫. R .  

Things that are what they seem to be, are so rare that you cannot recognize them when you see them.
事情往往不象你看到的那么简单易认。

辨 [biàn] /distinguish/recognize/

辨认 [biàn rèn] /identify/recognize/

辩认 [biàn rèn] /(v) examine and recognize/

承认 [chéng rèn] /recognize/to acknowledge/to admit/

认 [rèn] /to recognize/to know/to admit/

认出 [rèn chū] /recognition/recognize/

认得 [rèn de ] /know/recognize/

认识 [rèn shi ] /be acquainted with (a person)/to know/to be familiar with/to recognize/

They have built robots that can recognize the error of a machine panel by a fraction of a millimeter in a controlled factory environment.
他们建造的机器人在严格控制的工厂环境里,能够在仪表盘上识别毫米以下的误差。

The more foreign capital you have helping you build your Third Wave infrastructure, which today is an electronic infrastructure, the better off you're going to be.
你拥有的去建造第三次浪潮基础设施(今天主要指电子基础设施)的外国资金越多,那么你的情况就越好。
That doesn't mean lying down and becoming fooled, or letting foreign corporations run uncontrolled.
这并不是说卑躬屈膝,任人愚弄,也不是对外国公司不加控制。
But it does mean recognizing how important they can be in building the energy and telecom infrastructures needed to take full advantage of the Internet.
但这的确意味着你已认识到外国公司对本国能源及通信基础设施建设的重要性,这些基础设施是充分利用互联网所必要的。

The ability to solve any problem or even to recognize that a problem exists depends on memory.
解决任何问题,甚至是识别问题存在的能力都取决于记忆。

{adj: Kokka} of or pertaining to the branch of Shinto recognized as the state religion of Japan

{adj: accepted, recognized, recognised} generally approved or compelling recognition
"several accepted techniques for treating the condition"
"his recognized superiority in this kind of work"

{adj: acknowledged} recognized or made known or admitted
"the acknowledged leader of the community"
"a woman of acknowledged accomplishments"
"his acknowledged error"
<-> unacknowledged

{adj: acute, discriminating, incisive, keen, knifelike, penetrating, penetrative, piercing, sharp} having or demonstrating ability to recognize or draw fine distinctions
"an acute observer of politics and politicians"
"incisive comments"
"icy knifelike reasoning"
"as sharp and incisive as the stroke of a fang"
"penetrating insight"
"frequent penetrative observations"

{adj: authoritative, classical, definitive} of recognized authority or excellence
"the definitive work on Greece"
"classical methods of navigation"

{adj: canonic, canonical, sanctioned} conforming to orthodox or recognized rules
"the drinking of cocktails was as canonical a rite as the mixing"- Sinclair Lewis

{adj: civil} (of divisions of time) legally recognized in ordinary affairs of life
"the civil calendar"
"a civil day begins at mean midnight"
<-> sidereal

{adj: familiar} well known or easily recognized
"a familiar figure"
"familiar songs"
"familiar guests"
<-> unfamiliar

{adj: formalistic, formalized, formalised} concerned with or characterized by rigorous or adherence to recognized forms (especially in religion or art)
"highly formalized plays like `Waiting for Godot'"

{adj: honorific} conferring or showing honor or respect
"honorific social status commonly attaches to membership in a recognized profession"

{adj: illegitimate} of marriages and offspring; not recognized as lawful
<-> legitimate

{adj: indiscriminate} failing to make or recognize distinctions

{adj: informal, loose} not officially recognized or controlled
"an informal agreement"
"a loose organization of the local farmers"

{adj: legitimate} in accordance with recognized or accepted standards or principles
"legitimate advertising practices"

{adj: legitimate} of marriages and offspring; recognized as lawful
<-> illegitimate

{adj: purebred} bred for many generation from member of a recognized breed or strain
<-> crossbred

{adj: recognizable, recognisable, placeable} capable of being recognized

{adj: recognized, recognised} provided with a secure reputation
"a recognized authority"

{adj: registered} (of animals) officially recorded with or certified by a recognized breed association; especially in a stud book
"a registered Percheron"
<-> unregistered

{adj: sensed, perceived} detected by instinct or inference rather than by recognized perceptual cues
"the felt presence of an intruder"
"a sensed presence in the room raised goosebumps on her arms"
"a perceived threat"

{adj: standard} established or widely recognized as a model of authority or excellence
"a standard reference work"
<-> nonstandard

{adj: unacknowledged} not recognized or admitted
<-> acknowledged

{adj: unapprehensive} not recognizing or slow to recognize danger

{adj: unchristianly, unchristlike} not becoming to or like a Christian
"ashamed to have to recognize how unchristianly his assumptions and motives are"

{adj: unrecognized, unrecognised} not recognized
"he was unrecognized in his disguise"

{adj: utopian} characterized by or aspiring to impracticable perfection
"the dim utopian future"
"utopian idealists"
"recognized the utopian nature of his hopes"
<-> dystopian

{adv: formally, officially} with official authorization
"the club will be formally recognized"

{adv: legitimately} in a lawfully recognized manner
"let's get married so our child can be born legitimately"
<-> illegitimately

{n: Abidjan} city recognized by the United States as the capital of the Ivory Coast; largest city of the Ivory Coast

{n: Agassiz, Louis Agassiz, Jean Louis Rodolphe Agassiz} United States naturalist (born in Switzerland) who studied fossil fish; recognized geological evidence that ice ages had occurred in North America (1807-1873)

{n: B cell, B lymphocyte} a lymphocyte derived from bone marrow that provides humoral immunity; it recognizes free antigen molecules in solution and matures into plasma cells that secrete immunoglobulin (antibodies) that inactivate the antigens

{n: Calixtus II, Guy of Burgundy} pope who in 1122 forced the Holy Roman Emperor Henry V to sign a concordat that recognized the right of the church to choose its own leadership (died in 1124)

{n: Cinderella} a woman whose merits were not been recognized but who then achieves sudden success and recognition

{n: Cohn, Ferdinand Julius Cohn} German botanist who is generally recognized as founding bacteriology when he recognized bacteria as plants

{n: Descurainia, genus Descurainia} includes annual or biennial herbs of America and Europe very similar to and often included among those of genera Sisymbrium or Hugueninia; not recognized in some classification systems

{n: Ekman, Vagn Walfrid Ekman} Swedish oceanographer who recognized the role of the Coriolis effect on ocean currents (1874-1954)

{n: Eubacteriales, order Eubacteriales} one of two usually recognized orders of true bacteria; Gram-positive spherical or rod-shaped forms; some are motile; in some classifications considered an order of Schizomycetes

{n: Frisch, Otto Frisch, Otto Robert Frisch} British physicist (born in Austria) who with Lise Meitner recognized that Otto Hahn had produced a new kind of nuclear reaction which they named nuclear fission; Frisch described the explosive potential of a chain nuclear reaction (1904-1979)

{n: Guinea-Bissau, Republic of Guinea-Bissau, Guine-Bissau, Portuguese Guinea} a republic on the northwestern coast of Africa; recognized as independent by Portugal in 1974

{n: Haredi} any of several sects of Orthodox Judaism that reject modern secular culture and many of whom do not recognize the spiritual authority of the modern state of Israel

{n: Ixodes dammini, deer tick} a northeastern tick now recognized as same species as Ixodes scapularis

{n: Karaites} a Jewish sect that recognizes only the Hebrew Scriptures as the source of divinely inspired legislation and denies the authority of the postbiblical tradition of the Talmud; the sect arose in Iraq in the eighth century

{n: Kokka Shinto, Kokka} the branch of Shinto recognized as the official state religion of Japan

{n: Lateran Treaty} the agreement signed in the Lateran Palace in 1929 by Italy and the Holy See which recognized the Vatican City as a sovereign and independent papal state

{n: Legionnaires' disease} acute (sometimes fatal) lobar pneumonia caused by bacteria of a kind first recognized after an outbreak of the disease at an American Legion convention in Philadelphia in 1976; characterized by fever and muscle and chest pain and headache and chills and a dry cough

{n: Leuwenhoek, Leeuwenhoek, Anton van Leuwenhoek, Anton van Leeuwenhoek} Dutch pioneer microscopist who was among the first to recognize cells in animals and who gave the first accurate descriptions of microbes and spermatozoa and blood corpuscles (1632-1723)

{n: Lobeliaceae, family Lobeliaceae, lobelia family} not recognized in all classification systems; in some classifications lobeliaceous plants are included in family Campanulaceae

{n: Malpighi, Marcello Malpighi} Italian anatomist who was the first to use a microscope to study anatomy and was among the first to recognize cells in animals (1628-1694)

{n: Mantell, Gideon Algernon Mantell} English geologist remembered as the first person to recognize that dinosaurs were reptiles (1790-1852)

{n: Maxwell, J. C. Maxwell, James Clerk Maxwell} Scottish physicist whose equations unified electricity and magnetism and who recognized the electromagnetic nature of light (1831-1879)

{n: Mayday} an internationally recognized distress signal via radiotelephone (from the French m'aider)

{n: Menomini, Menominee} a member of the federally recognized tribe of Algonquian people living on a reservation in central Wisconsin

{n: Pius XI, Achille Ratti, Ambrogio Damiano Achille Ratti} pope who signed a treaty with Mussolini recognizing the Vatican City as an independent state (1857-1939)

{n: Poinciana, subgenus Poinciana} small subgenus of ornamental tropical shrubs or trees; not recognized in some classifications

{n: Pseudomonadales, order Pseudomonadales} one of two usually recognized orders of true bacteria; Gram-negative spiral or spherical or rod-shaped bacteria usually motile by polar flagella; some contain photosynthetic pigments

{n: Rip van Winkle} the title character in a story by Washington Irving about a man who sleeps for 20 years and doesn't recognize the world when he wakens

{n: Ruptiliocarpon, genus Ruptiliocarpon} new (1993) genus of trees of Central America now recognized as similar to those of genus Lepidobotrys

{n: SOS} an internationally recognized distress signal in radio code

{n: Swammerdam, Jan Swammerdam} Dutch naturalist and microscopist who proposed a classification of insects and who was among the first to recognize cells in animals and was the first to see red blood cells (1637-1680)

{n: Virchow, Rudolf Virchow, Rudolf Karl Virchow} German pathologist who recognized that all cells come from cells by binary fission and who emphasized cellular abnormalities in disease (1821-1902)

{n: Weizmann, Chaim Weizmann, Chaim Azriel Weizmann} Israeli statesman who persuaded the United States to recognize the new state of Israel and became its first president (1874-1952)

{n: Wheatley, Phillis Wheatley} American poet (born in Africa) who was the first recognized Black writer in America (1753-1784)

{n: administration, governance, governing body, establishment, brass, organization, organisation} the persons (or committees or departments etc.) who make up a body for the purpose of administering something
"he claims that the present administration is corrupt"
"the governance of an association is responsible to its members"
"he quickly became recognized as a member of the establishment"

{n: agnosia} inability to recognize objects by use of the senses

{n: astereognosis, tactile agnosia} a loss of the ability to recognize objects by handling them

{n: auditory agnosia} inability to recognize or understand the meaning of spoken words

{n: biochip} a microchip that uses tiny strands of DNA to latch onto and quickly recognize thousands of genes at a time; intended for use in a biological environment

{n: canon} a collection of books accepted as holy scripture especially the books of the Bible recognized by any Christian church as genuine and inspired

{n: canon} a complete list of saints that have been recognized by the Roman Catholic Church

{n: child prodigy, infant prodigy, wonder child} a prodigy whose talents are recognized at an early age
"Mozart was a child prodigy"

{n: citation, cite, acknowledgment, credit, reference, mention, quotation} a short note recognizing a source of information or of a quoted passage
"the student's essay failed to list several important citations"
"the acknowledgments are usually printed at the front of a book"
"the article includes mention of similar clinical cases"

{n: cryptogam} formerly recognized taxonomic group including all flowerless and seedless plants that reproduce by means of spores: ferns, mosses, algae, fungi

{n: deservingness, merit, meritoriousness} the quality of being deserving (e.g., deserving assistance)
"there were many children whose deservingness he recognized and rewarded"

{n: device} an emblematic design (especially in heraldry)
"he was recognized by the device on his shield"

{n: diagnostic program} a program that recognizes and explains faults in the equipment or mistakes in a computer program

{n: distress signal, distress call} an internationally recognized signal sent out by a ship or plane indicating that help is needed

{n: enormity} vastness of size or extent
"in careful usage the noun enormity is not used to express the idea of great size"
"universities recognized the enormity of their task"

{n: established church} the church that is recognized as the official church of a nation

{n: fairness, equity} conformity with rules or standards
"the judge recognized the fairness of my claim"
<-> inequity, unfairness

{n: fatwa} a ruling on a point of Islamic law that is given by a recognized authority

{n: gene chip, DNA chip} a microchip that holds DNA probes that form half of the DNA double helix and can recognize DNA from samples being tested

{n: glaciation} the condition of being covered with glaciers or masses of ice; the result of glacial action
"Agassiz recognized marks of glaciation all over northern Europe"

{n: groundlessness, idleness} the quality of lacking substance or value
"the groundlessness of their report was quickly recognized"

{n: guru} a recognized leader in some field or of some movement
"a guru of genomics"

{n: handwriting, hand, script} something written by hand
"she recognized his handwriting"
"his hand was illegible"

{n: helper T cell, helper cell, CD4 T cell, CD4 cell} T cell with CD4 receptor that recognizes antigens on the surface of a virus-infected cell and secretes lymphokines that stimulate B cells and killer T cells; helper T cells are infected and killed by the AIDS virus

{n: identity} the individual characteristics by which a thing or person is recognized or known
"geneticists only recently discovered the identity of the gene that causes it"
"it was too dark to determine his identity"
"she guessed the identity of his lover"

{n: imam, imaum} (Islam) the man who leads prayers in a mosque; for Shiites an imam is a recognized authority on Islamic theology and law and a spiritual guide

{n: immune response, immune reaction, immunologic response} a bodily defense reaction that recognizes an invading substance (an antigen: such as a virus or fungus or bacteria or transplanted organ) and produces antibodies specific against that antigen

{n: intolerance} unwillingness to recognize and respect differences in opinions or beliefs
<-> tolerance

{n: killer T cell, killer cell, cytotoxic T cell, CD8 T cell, CD8 cell} T cell with CD8 receptor that recognizes antigens on the surface of a virus-infected cell and binds to the infected cell and kill it

{n: literature} creative writing of recognized artistic value

{n: mandamus, writ of mandamus} an extraordinary writ commanding an official to perform a ministerial act that the law recognizes as an absolute duty and not a matter for the official's discretion; used only when all other judicial remedies fail

{n: market penetration} the extent to which a product is recognized and bought by customers in a particular market

{n: nature} the essential qualities or characteristics by which something is recognized
"it is the nature of fire to burn"
"the true nature of jealousy"

{n: neediness} the quality of needing attention and affection and reassurance to a marked degree
"he recognized her neediness but had no time to respond to it"

{n: nominal aphasia, anomic aphasia, anomia, amnesic aphasia, amnestic aphasia} inability to name objects or to recognize written or spoken names of objects

{n: nullification} the states'-rights doctrine that a state can refuse to recognize or to enforce a federal law passed by the United States Congress

{n: opening, chess opening} a recognized sequence of moves at the beginning of a game of chess
"he memorized all the important chess openings"

{n: ostrich} a person who refuses to face reality or recognize the truth (a reference to the popular notion that the ostrich hides from danger by burying its head in the sand)

{n: outsider art, self-taught art, vernacular art, naive art, primitive art} a genre of art and outdoor constructions made by untrained artists who do not recognize themselves as artists

{n: perfecter} a skilled worker who perfects somethings
"although not the inventor he must be recognized as the perfecter of this technique"

{n: performance} any recognized accomplishment
"they admired his performance under stress"
"when Roger Maris powered four home runs in one game his performance merits awe"

{n: phonemic system} the system of phonemes recognized in a language

{n: plodding, plod} the act of walking with a slow heavy gait
"I could recognize his plod anywhere"

{n: pseudohallucination} an image vivid enough to be a hallucination but recognized as unreal

{n: recognition, acknowledgment, acknowledgement} the state or quality of being recognized or acknowledged
"the partners were delighted with the recognition of their work"
"she seems to avoid much in the way of recognition or acknowledgement of feminist work prior to her own"

{n: recognition, identification} the process of recognizing something or someone by remembering
"a politician whose recall of names was as remarkable as his recognition of faces"
"experimental psychologists measure the elapsed time from the onset of the stimulus to its recognition by the observer"

{n: record, track record} the sum of recognized accomplishments
"the lawyer has a good record"
"the track record shows that he will be a good president"

{n: rejection} (medicine) an immunological response that refuses to accept substances or organisms that are recognized as foreign
"rejection of the transplanted liver"

{n: scanning} the process of translating photographs into a digital form that can be recognized by a computer

{n: scrip} a certificate whose value is recognized by the payer and payee; scrip is not currency but may be convertible into currency

{n: snub, cut, cold shoulder} a refusal to recognize someone you know
"the snub was clearly intentional"

{n: speed of light, light speed, c} the speed at which light travels in a vacuum; the constancy and universality of the speed of light is recognized by defining it to be exactly 299,792,458 meters per second

{n: syntax error} an error of language resulting from code that does not conform to the syntax of the programming language
"syntax errors can be recognized at compilation time"
"a common syntax error is to omit a parenthesis"

{n: system error} an instruction that is either not recognized by an operating system or is in violation of the procedural rules

{n: teaching, instruction, pedagogy} the profession of a teacher
"he prepared for teaching while still in college"
"pedagogy is recognized as an important profession"

{n: title, claim} an established or recognized right
"a strong legal claim to the property"
"he had no documents confirming his title to his father's estate"
"he staked his claim"

{n: tolerance} willingness to recognize and respect the beliefs or practices of others
<-> intolerance

{n: variety} (biology) a taxonomic category consisting of members of a species that differ from others of the same species in minor but heritable characteristics
"varieties are frequently recognized in botany"

{n: visual agnosia} inability to recognize or interpret objects in the visual field

{n: worshiper, worshipper} someone who admires too much to recognize faults

{v: accredit, recognize, recognise} grant credentials to
"The Regents officially recognized the new educational institution"
"recognize an academic degree"

{v: acknowledge, recognize, recognise, know} accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority
"The Crown Prince was acknowledged as the true heir to the throne"
"We do not recognize your gods"

{v: acknowledge, recognize, recognise} express obligation, thanks, or gratitude for
"We must acknowledge the kindness she showed towards us"

{v: appreciate} recognize with gratitude ; be grateful for

{v: assert, put forward} insist on having one's opinions and rights recognized
"Women should assert themselves more!"

{v: beget, get, engender, father, mother, sire, generate, bring forth} make children
"Abraham begot Isaac"
"Men often father children but don't recognize them"

{v: decertify, derecognize, derecognise} cause to be no longer approved or accepted
"Carter derecognized Taiwan in 1979 after the U.S. recognized the People's Republic of China"
<-> certify

{v: deny} refuse to recognize or acknowledge
"Peter denied Jesus"

{v: discriminate, know apart} recognize or perceive the difference

{v: flag} provide with a flag
"Flag this file so that I can recognize it immediately"

{v: greet, recognize, recognise} express greetings upon meeting someone

{v: identify, place} recognize as being ; establish the identity of someone or something
"She identified the man on the 'wanted' poster"

{v: know} be able to distinguish, recognize as being different
"The child knows right from wrong"

{v: recognize, recognise, distinguish, discern, pick out, make out, tell apart} detect with the senses
"The fleeing convicts were picked out of the darkness by the watchful prison guards"
"I can't make out the faces in this photograph"

{v: recognize, recognise, realize, realise, agnize, agnise} be fully aware or cognizant of

{v: recognize, recognise} perceive to be the same

{v: recognize, recognise} show approval or appreciation of
"My work is not recognized by anybody!"
"The best student was recognized by the Dean"

{v: recognize} exhibit recognition for (an antigen or a substrate)

{v: repudiate} refuse to acknowledge, ratify, or recognize as valid
"The woman repudiated the divorce settlement"

{v: repudiate} refuse to recognize or pay
"repudiate a debt"

{v: salute, present} recognize with a gesture prescribed by a miltary regulation ; assume a prescribed position
"When the officers show up, the soldiers have to salute"

{v: sniff out, scent out, smell out, nose out} recognize or detect by or as if by smelling
"H can smell out trouble"

{v: tolerate} recognize and respect (rights and beliefs of others)
"We must tolerate the religions of others"

Baekeland recognized a killer ap when he saw one. If only he could come up with a synthetic substitute for shellac.
贝克兰独具慧眼,他迫切希望找到紫胶的合成替代物。

But Miss Martha realized that, unfortunate though it is, genius often has to struggle before it is recognized.
但玛莎小姐又想到,尽管这是不幸的,但天才在被承认之前往往都要经过一番艰苦奋斗的。

" You'll recognize the ornaments, " said my former daughter-in-law.
"你们会认识这些饰物的, "我以前的儿媳说。
I saved them for you. "
我替你们留着的。 "

Piaget recognized that five-year-old Julia's beliefs, while not correct by any adult criterion, are not " incorrect " either.
皮雅杰认识到,五岁的朱莉娜的看法尽管从成人的标准看是错误的,但也不是 "不正确 "。

Here, the strong academic traditions of figurative art gave him and other painters of his generation a sol-id basis on which to formulate a recognized way of working.
在那里,强大的学院派人物画传统,给予他以及同时期的其他艺术家形成一套被认可的表达方式所需要的扎实的基矗

According to a study in Journal of the American Medical Association( JAMA), recognizing the less common signs of a heart attack could save your life or that of someone you love.
《美国医学协会学报》刊登的一份研究报告指出,了解那些心脏病发作不很常见的征兆,可能会挽救你自己或你所爱的人的生命。

When they saw their first fridge, says Wang e immediately recognized the opportunity.
在他们看到第一台冰箱之后,王国端说:我们立即认识到这就是发展会。

Dyslexia and shyness both have a large innate component; recognizing this has led to better therapies, not callous fatalism.
诵读困难和羞怯具有很大的先天性;对这一点的认识导致产生了更有效的治疗办法,而不是冷酷无情的宿命论。

Still, it's sometimes difficult even for doctors to recognize where normal forgetfulness stops and more serious memory problems begin.
不过,有时连医生也很难分辨出正常的健忘严重的失忆之间的界线。

When injected, the body recognizes the cells in the vaccine as well as any lingering cells from the tumor as foreign invaders and launches an all-out attack.
当疫苗被注入患者内后,患者的身发现其中的癌细胞和逗留在肿瘤中的其它细胞,并随即对这些入侵者发起全面攻击。

Among the innovations: minimal pruning and " soil slotting, " which adds nutrients by digging deep; obsessive hygiene, which recognizes that nasty microbes in picturesque old wineries are enemies of good wine; and labor-intensive 24-hour harvests.
工艺的创新如下:尽可能少地修剪葡萄枝,并且给土壤钻孔,使养分随深孔渗入;不厌其烦地保持环境的卫生,因为必须认识到风景别致的老式酿酒厂里存在着可怕的微生物,而它们是优质葡萄酒的天敌;还有就是采摘季节 24小时不停的密集型劳动。

O'Neal's new coach also recognizes that sometimes you have to lose to win.
此外,奥尼尔的新教练还十分清楚,要想有所收获,有时必须首先学会放弃。

And not many of the guys at the Crunch Fitness club in Atlanta, Georgia, recognize the point guard with the braided hair, even when she starts raining jumpers on them.
即使她频频向人们展示示高超的灌篮技巧,乔治亚州亚特兰大的 Crunch 健身中心里仍然没有多少人认出这位梳梳一头小辫的得分后卫。

The ailment clutters the brain with tiny bits of protein, slowly robbing victims of their mental power until they are no longer able to do even the simplest chores or recognize their closest friends and kin.
患者大脑中随处都是微小的蛋白质碎片。这些碎片一点一点地侵蚀着受害者的智力,最终使他们无法从事最简单的活动,辨认不出自己最亲的朋友和家人。

" What people don't recognize is the decline in energy expenditure, " says Jebb.
人们没有意识到的是能量的消耗也下降了,杰布说。

Despite the dramatic rise in obesity and its public and personal costs, the condition has traditionally been a difficult one to treat, beginning with the fact that it has not always even been recognized as a problem.
尽管肥胖症患者的人数激增,对社会和个人造成的损失也急剧上升,但是如何对付这种情况在历史上一向是一个难题,首先是因为人们并不总把它当回事。

Even now, he says, many doctors are still trained to treat diseases themselves, rather than look to the root causes, and there is no medically recognized specialty in the field.
即便是现在,他说,许多医生接受的训练只要求他们学会治病,却不会要求他们找出病根,医学界尚未承认肥胖症的研究也是一个专门领域。

Jowell is also recognizes that many obese people would like the government-and everyone else-to stay out of their affairs.
乔伊尔也意识到许多肥胖症患者希望政府──以及其他人──不要干涉他们的私事。

Less than two years after AIDS was recognized, the guilty agent - human immunodeficiency virus, or HIV - was identified.
爱滋病被发现不到两年,造成它的罪魁祸首──人类免疫缺陷病毒,或者叫 HIV ──被找到了。

Vaccines cobbled together from whole cancer cells or bits and pieces of those cells have been shown to boost the body's immune system, helping it recognize and kill tumors on its own.
这是一种由全部癌细胞或部分癌细胞制成的疫苗,可增强人体免疫力,并促进其对变异细胞的辩认和杀死它们。

Like Fisher, Hamilton looked for an evolutionarily stable strategy, but he went a step further in recognizing that he was looking for a strategy.
如同菲希尔一样,汉密尔顿也意欲寻觅一种在生物进化上的稳定策略,但他更深入了一步,因为他认识到他的研究正是为了去寻找一种生物体的进化策略。

Woolf's focus on society has not been generally recognized because of her intense antipathy to propaganda in art.
伍尔夫对社会的关注还不曾普遍地得到承认,这是因为她对艺术中的政治宣传极为厌弃。

When an object is encountered again, it is matched with its internal representation and thereby recognized.
当某一特体再度被遇到时,它就与内心再现图象对应起来,从而得到被辨认出来。

Psychologists of the Gestalt school maintain that objects are recognized as wholes in a parallel procedure: the internal representation is matched with the retinal image in a single operation.
格尔塔学派(GestaltSchool)的心理学家坚持认为,物体是作为整体在一平行的步骤中被辨认出来的:内心再现图像只通过一次性操作即完成与视网膜形象(retinal image)的对应。

Recognizing this, we should at the same time recognize that this single-mindedness, literal-mindedness, and simplemindedness also characterizes theoretical mathematics, though to a lesser extent.
在认识到这一点的过程中,我们同时亦应认识到,这种单一的思维、拘泥刻板的思维、以及简单化的思维模式也构成了理论数学(theoreticalmathematics)的特征,尽管程度不至如此严重。

It has been only during the twentieth century that women sculptors have been recognized as major artists, and it has been in the United States, especially since the decades of the fifties and sixties, that women sculptors have shown the greatest originality and creative power.
只有在二十世纪,女艺术家才被承认为主要艺术家,并且只有在美国,尤其是自从五十年代和六十年代以来,女雕塑家们才展现出了最非凡的独特性和创造力。

The critic must recognize the artistic element of uniqueness that requires subjective reaction; yet she must not be unduly prejudiced by such reactions.
这位评论家必须辨认出那种带有独特性的艺术因素,而要做到这一点则需要主观反应;然则,她绝不应该因这样的反应而过度地带有偏见。

This remains one of the greatest achievements in music, and one that cannot be fully appreciated without recognizing the essential trashiness of the genre.
这一直是音乐中伟大的成就之一,而如果不能认识到这一音乐体裁根本上的拙劣性质,就无法充分地欣赏威尔地的这一成就。

Furthermore, the ideological origins of feminism in the United States have been obscured because, even when historians did take into account those feminist ideas and activities occurring within the United States, they failed to recognize that feminism was then a truly international movement actually centered in Europe.
此外,美国女权主义运动的意识形态渊源一直被掩盖着,这是因为,即使当史学家们真的考虑到了在美国国内发生的那些女权主义思想和活动时,他们也未能认识到,女权主义在当时实乃一场真正的国际运动,以欧洲为其中心。

"We meet preparing for the G8 summit at Gleneagles, recognizing that this is not a time for timidity, but a time for boldness, and not a time for settling for second best, but for aiming high, " Mr. Brown said. "And I can confirm that the G8 finance ministers have agreed a 100 percent debt cancellation for the heavily-indebted poor countries."
他说:“我们的会议是为格伦伊格尔斯八大工业化国家峰会作准备,我们认识到现在不是畏怯,而是勇敢的时候,现在不是退而求其次,而是更上一层楼的时候。我敢肯定,八大工业化国家的财政部长们会同意百分之百地免除贫穷国家的沉重债务。”

The Secretary said the kind of candidness shown by Mr. Bolton is needed, if the problems of the world body are to be addressed and dealt with successfully. "You know, it's fine to say all nice things about the United Nations. As important an institution as it is, one has to say there are some things that are not so great about the United Nations right now. And everybody recognizes that, and we've got to fix it. And so his commitment to me and to the President is that he is going to be a force for what is always needed in the United Nations: American leadership to update and reform and strengthen this great institution," she said.
赖斯说,如果要成功地处理和解决联合国这个全球机构存在的问题,博尔顿所表现出的那种坦诚是必要的。赖斯说:“对联合国大讲好话当然可以。虽然联合国是很重要的机构,但是现在要说的是,联合国有一些不是那么好的事情。每个人都意识到这一点,我们必须去解决这些问题。所以,他对我和对总统的承诺是,他将成为联合国内部永远需要的一种力量:更新、改革和加强美国在这个重大机构内的领导作用。”

The president's Pentagon briefing also included an update on the fight against terrorism. Mr. Bush says the United States is constantly reviewing its strategy and recognizes that winning the fight requires coordinated efforts both within the U.S. government and with other nations that the president says understand what is at stake.
总统还听取了反恐斗争的最新情况通报。布什指出,美国正在不断审议自己的战略,并认识到,赢得反恐斗争的胜利既需要美国政府内部的协调努力,也需要美国政府同那些懂得利害得失的其它国家协同努力。

"In some of these areas, there have been days with no contact and no relief," said General Allen. "So there will sometimes appear to be desperation as these helicopters are heard, as they're approaching the L-Z's, the landing zones, and as they're trying to get into the landing zones. And we recognize that, and we will operate that equipment, we will operate those aircraft in every way possible so that there can be no injury to those people."
他说,“在一些地区,灾民们已经等了好几天而且没有外界联系,因此当他们听到直升飞机到达的声音,当他们奔向救灾物资投放区,人们已经等急了。我们认识到这个问题,所以我们在投放救援物资、驾驶直升飞机的时候尽可能地避免伤害灾民。”

Her selection as Nobel Laureate has met with some controversy. Critics question the Nobel Committee's choice of an environmentalist for the Peace Prize, which frequently is given to world leaders. But Ms. Maathai thinks the Committee wanted to send a clear signal recognizing the link between sustainable development, natural resources and conflict.
她获得诺贝尔和平奖引起了一些争议。批评人士对评奖委员会把通常授予世界领袖的和平奖颁发给一名环保人士提出质疑。但是马塔伊认为,委员会希望借此发出一个明确的信息,即肯定可持续发展、自然资源以及冲突之间的相互关联。

The Presidential Medal of Freedom was established by President Harry Truman in the 1950s to recognize civilians who have made especially meritorious contributions to U.S. interests, world peace, or cultural endeavors. Past recipients include Pope John Paul II, former NATO Chief George Robertson, television chef Julia Child, and entertainer Rita Moreno.
总统自由勋章是在1950年代由杜鲁门总统设立的。这个勋章是用来表彰那些为美国利益、世界和平和文化事业做出卓越贡献的非军事人员。过去被授予这个勋章的人中包括教皇约翰·保罗二世、前北约总司令乔治·罗伯逊、电视厨师明星朱俐亚·乔尔德和电影明星丽塔·莫雷诺。

Tens of thousands of opposition demonstrators in Ukraine are vowing to keep up their street protests until opposition leader Viktor Yushchenko is recognized as the new president of Ukraine. The official announcement from Ukraines Central Electoral Commission (Wednesday) declaring Prime Minister Viktor Yanukovych the winner has done little to stem their zeal.
乌克兰成千上万的反对派示威者誓言,他们将继续进行街头抗议,直到反对派领导人尤先科被承认为乌克兰新总统为止。乌克兰中央选举委员会星期三宣布总理亚努科维奇在这次总统选举中获胜,但是这一官方选举结果并没有遏制示威抗议人群高涨的热情。

In his early years, Yasser Arafat gained a reputation as a ruthless terrorist. By 1988, Mr. Arafat had begun to make the transition to diplomacy. That was when he told the United Nations the P-L-O would recognize Israel as a sovereign state.
阿拉法特早年以冷酷的恐怖分子著称。1988年,阿拉法特改变立场,谋求通过外交途径解决巴勒斯坦问题。当时,阿拉法特对联合国说,巴解组织愿意承认以色列是一个主权国家。

This debate focused on domestic issues, but touched on terrorism, homeland security, and American troop deployment. Mr. Kerry has proposed expanding the military by two active-duty divisions. Mr. Kerry accused the president of showing "bad judgment," and said American forces are "overextended." The Democrat renewed his charge that the Bush Administration failed to build an international alliance. "The most important thing to relieve the pressure on all of our armed forces is frankly to run a foreign policy that recognizes that America is strongest when we are working with real alliances," he said.
这场辩论主要集中在国内问题,但是也涉及到恐怖主义、国土安全、以及美国部队的部署等其它问题。克里参议员建议美国武装部队增加两个现役师。克里指责布什总统“判断不佳”,并且说,美国部队已经捉襟见肘。这位民主党总统候选人再次指责布什政府没有能够建立起一个国际联盟。他说:“解脱我们武装部队压力的最重要的一点是:坦白地说,就是我们执行的对外政策应该主张,只有在我们和真正的盟友协作的时候,美国才最强大。”

"We recognize that there is a world in which terrorists are attempting to gain access, either to nuclear weapons, or materials, and we intend to stop them," he said.
亚伯拉罕说:“我们认识到,恐怖分子想搞到核武器或者核材料。我们打算阻止他们。”

Chapter I  第一章
Certain infectious and parasitic diseases (A00-B99)
特定感染症及寄生虫疾病 ( A00-B99 )
Includes: diseases generally recognized as communicable or transmissible
包含 : 一般认定为可传染或具传染性的疾病
Excludes: carrier or suspected carrier of infectious disease (Z22.-)
certain localized infections—see body system-related chapters infectious and parasitic
diseases complicating pregnancy, childbirth and the puerperium [except obstetrical tetanus
and human immunodeficiency virus [HIV] disease] (O98.-)
infectious and parasitic diseases specific to the perinatal period [except tetanus
neonatorum, congenital syphilis, perinatal gonococcal infection and perinatal human
immunodeficiency virus [HIV] disease] (P35-P39)
influenza and other acute respiratory infections (J00-J22)
不包含 : 感染疾病带原者或疑似带原者 ( Z22.- )
特定局部性感染 - 参考身体相关系统章节除了产科
破伤风和人类免疫不全病毒疾病外之并发於妊娠生
产和产褥的感染症和寄生虫性疾病 ( O98.- )
除了新生儿破伤风、先天性梅毒、周产期淋球菌感
染和人类免疫不全病毒疾病外之周产期感染症和寄
生虫疾病 ( P35-P39 )
流行性感冒和其他急性呼吸道感染 ( J00-J22 )

In situ neoplasms (D00-D09)
Note: Many in situ neoplasms are regarded as being located within a continuum of
morphological change between dysplasia and invasive cancer. For example, for cervical
intraepithelial neoplasia (CIN) three grades are recognized, the third of which (CIN Ⅲ)
includes both severe dysplasia and carcinoma in situ. This system of grading has been
extended to other organs, such as vulva and vagina. Descriptions of grade Ⅲ
intraepithelial neoplasia, with or without mention of severe dysplasia, are assigned to
this section; grades Ⅰ and Ⅱ are classified as dysplasia of the organ system involved
and should be coded to the relevant body system chapter.
Includes: Bowen's disease
erythroplasia
morphology codes with behaviour code /2
Queyrat's erythroplasia
原位肿瘤(D00-D09)
注 : 许多原位性肿瘤被视为在异常增生和侵犯性癌
之间的形态学上之连续性变化。例如 , 子宫颈上皮
内肿瘤(CIN)可分成叁个等级 , 其中CIN-Ⅲ包括重度异常增
生和原位癌 , 这等级系统被应用至其他器官 , 如女
阴和阴道。未提及重度异常增生之第叁级原位上皮
内肿瘤的描述被归於此类(D00-D09); 第一级和第二级则
归类为该器官系统之异常增生 , 并应归类於相关身
体系统章节。
包含 : 鲍恩氏(Bowen's)症
红斑瘤
形态码及性态码 /2
克兰氏 (Queyrat's) 红斑瘤

F06.0
Organic hallucinosis
A disorder of persistent or recurrent hallucinations, usually visual or auditory, that
occur in clear consciousness and may or may not be recognized by the subject as such.
Delusional elaboration of the hallucinations may occur, but delusions do not dominate the
clinical picture; insight may be preserved.
Organic hallucinatory state (nonalcoholic)
Excludes: alcoholic hallucinosis (F10.5)
schizophrenia (F20.-)
器质性幻觉症 
一持续性或反覆性出现幻觉之疾患 , 通常为视觉或
听觉 , 在意识清醒的状态下发生 , 个案自己可能清
楚它是幻觉 , 也可能不清楚。病患可能会进一步对
其幻觉做妄想性解释 , 但妄想并不是临床上最明显
之表徵 , 可能仍有病识感。
器质性幻觉状态 ( 非酒精性 )
不包含 : 酒精幻觉症 (F10.5)
精神分裂症 (F20.-)

F42
Obsessive-compulsive disorder
The essential feature is recurrent obsessional thoughts or compulsive acts. Obsessional
thoughts are ideas, images, or impulses that enter the patient's mind again and again in a
stereotyped form. They are almost invariably distressing and the patient often tries,
unsuccessfully, to resist them. They are, however, recognized as his or her own thoughts,
even though they are involuntary and often repugnant. Compulsive acts or rituals are
stereotyped behaviours that are repeated again and again. They are not inherently
enjoyable, nor do they result in the completion of inherently useful tasks. Their function
is to prevent some objectively unlikely event, often involving harm to or caused by the
patient, which he or she fears might otherwise occur. Usually, this behaviour is
recognized by the patient as pointless or ineffectual and repeated attempts are made to
resist. Anxiety is almost invariably present. If compulsive acts are resisted the anxiety
gets worse.
Includes: anankastic neurosis
obsessive-compulsive neurosis
Excludes: obsessive-compulsive personality (disorder) (F60.5)
强迫症
基本的特徵是反覆的强迫性思考或强迫性行动。强
迫性思考是指意念、心象或冲动以一种刻板的方式
, 一次又一次的进入病人的思绪当中。这些通常是


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