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response [ ris'pɔns] n.作答,回答;响应

response [ ris'pɔns] n.回音,回签;灵敏度

response [ris'pɔns] n 答复,反应

response [ris'pɔns] 响应

广告电话直销 direct response advertising

快速反应部队 rapid response force

随行就市 prices fluctuating in response to market conditions

AR Audio Response 音频响应

LS Low Frequency Response 低频响应

Guide for Aircraft Accident Response

Standard System for the Identification of the Hazards of Materials for Emergency Response

different responses 差别反应

reactive and proactive responses 反应及前摄策略

response strategies 反应策略

response to communication 传播响应

免疫反应 immune response

immune response 免疫反应

authoritative response

public response 公众反应;社会各界人士的反应

steering wheel step input or transient state yaw response test

test of burst response of tyre

frequency response test

transient response test

step response test

pulse response test

hydrocarbon response

spectral response curve

physical response time of opacimeter

electrical response time

biomechanical response

frequency response

response characteristic

The sartorial artist no less than the sculptor, the painter and the musician dreams of creations that will awaken a response in the soul of the world.

I asked him a question but he made no response.

There has been a very positive response to online learning.

It seems that the child has some difficulties in making responses.

The study of behavior of every kind is a study of responses to situations and events.

He hasn’t specified what action he would take in response to their behavior.

Of course, it would be as dangerous to overreact to history by concluding that the majority must now be wrong about expansion as it would be to re-enact the response that greeted the suggestion that the continents had drifted.

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?

Your response is unacceptable. *unacceptable 表示“接受不了”。
I'm not satisfied with what you say.
Your answer is unsatisfactory.

Area amplitude response curve 面积幅度曲线

Response factor 响应系数

Response time 响应时间

How are you? is also a way of saying Hello! It can be used formally and informally, when meeting a friend or meeting someone for the first time. The usual response is Fine, thank you.
How are you?也是一种问候方式,相当于说Hello!它即可以用在正式的场合,也可以用在非正式的场合,在见到朋友或者初遇某人时使用。一般用Fine, thank you.来回答。

And you? / How about you? are also both used in response to the greeting How are you?
And you? / How about you? 也可以用来回答How are you?

You can agree with someone’s comment about the weather with a simple response: Yes, it is. / Yes, it is.
你可以简单地回答 Yes, it is. /是的,来对某人对天气的评论表示赞同。

A polite response to an offer like this is: That would be nice. / That would be nice. I’d like that. / I’d like that.
对于别人的主动帮助,你可以这样回答:That would be nice. /那太好了。 I’d like that. / 我很愿意。

反应 [fǎn yìng] /reaction/response/reply/

反映 [fǎn yìng] /reaction/response/to reflect/to mirror/

共鸣 [gòng míng] /(n) physical resonance/(n) sympathetic response to sth/

好说 [hǎo shuō] /(idiom) OK, term used to indicate agreement/(idiom) "you flatter me", polite response to praise/

批覆 [pī fù] /(v) give an official response/

响应时间 [xiǎng yìng shí jiān] /response time/

应对 [yìng duì] /response/to answer/to reply/

Specialisation can be seen as a response to the problem of an increasing accumulation of scientific knowledge.
By splitting up the subject matter into smaller units, one man could continue to handle the information and use it as the basis for further research.
But specialisation was only one of a series of related developments in science affecting the process of communication.
Another was the growing professionalisation of scientific activity.

In the American economy, this mechanism is provided by a price system, a process in which prices rise and fall in response to relative demands of consumers and supplies offered by seller-producers.

Recent court decisions have confirmed the right of all children — disabled or not — to an appropriate education, and have ordered that public schools take the necessary steps to provide that education.
In response, schools are modifying their programs, adapting instruction to children who are exceptional, to those who cannot profit substantially from regular programs.

{adj: adolescent, jejune, juvenile, puerile} displaying or suggesting a lack of maturity
"adolescent insecurity"
"jejune responses to our problems"
"their behavior was juvenile"
"puerile jokes"

{adj: alacritous} quick and eager
"an alacritous response to the invitation"

{adj: astonishing, astounding, staggering, stupefying} so surprisingly impressive as to stun or overwhelm
"such an enormous response was astonishing"
"an astounding achievement"
"the amount of money required was staggering"
"suffered a staggering defeat"
"the figure inside the boucle dress was stupefying"

{adj: atypical, untypical} not representative of a group, class, or type
"a group that is atypical of the target audience"
"a class of atypical mosses"
"atypical behavior is not the accepted type of response that we expect from children"
<-> typical

{adj: autoimmune} of or relating to the immune response of the body against substance normally present in the body

{adj: blistering, hot, red-hot} very fast; capable of quick response and great speed
"a hot sports car"
"a blistering pace"
"got off to a hot start"
"in hot pursuit"
"a red-hot line drive"

{adj: choleric, irascible} characterized by anger
"a choleric outburst"
"an irascible response"

{adj: cold} feeling or showing no enthusiasm
"a cold audience"
"a cold response to the new play"

{adj: conceptional, ideational, notional} being of the nature of a notion or concept
"a plan abstract and conceptional"
"to improve notional comprehension"
"a notional response to the question"

{adj: conditioned, learned} established by conditioning or learning
"a conditioned response"
<-> unconditioned

{adj: consequent, ensuant, resultant, resulting, sequent} following as an effect or result
"the period of tension and consequent need for military preparedness"
"the ensuant response to his appeal"
"the resultant savings were considerable"
"the health of the plants and the resulting flowers"

{adj: crisp, curt, laconic, terse} brief and to the point; effectively cut short
"a crisp retort"
"a response so curt as to be almost rude"
"the laconic reply; `yes'"
"short and terse and easy to understand"

{adj: depressant} capable of depressing physiological or psychological activity or response by a chemical agent
<-> stimulative

{adj: diffident, shy, timid, unsure} lacking self-confidence
"stood in the doorway diffident and abashed"
"problems that call for bold not timid responses"
"a very unsure young man"

{adj: direct} extended senses; direct in means or manner or behavior or language or action
"a direct question"
"a direct response"
"a direct approach"
<-> indirect

{adj: elicited, evoked} called forth from a latent or potential state by stimulation
"evoked potentials"
"an elicited response"

{adj: enthusiastic} having or showing great excitement and interest
"enthusiastic crowds filled the streets"
"an enthusiastic response"
"was enthusiastic about taking ballet lessons"
<-> unenthusiastic

{adj: equivocal, ambiguous} open to two or more interpretations; or of uncertain nature or significance; or (often) intended to mislead
"an equivocal statement"
"the polling had a complex and equivocal (or ambiguous) message for potential female candidates"
"the officer's equivocal behavior increased the victim's uneasiness"
"popularity is an equivocal crown"
"an equivocal response to an embarrassing question"
<-> unequivocal

{adj: extinguished} of a conditioned response; caused to die out because of the absence or withdrawal of reinforcement

{adj: glib} marked by lack of intellectual depth
"glib generalizations"
"a glib response to a complex question"

{adj: harmonic} of or relating to the branch of acoustics that studies the composition of musical sounds
"the sound of the resonating cavity cannot be the only determinant of the harmonic response"

{adj: immunocompetent} capable of developing an immune response following exposure to an antigen
"immunocompetent cells"
<-> immunodeficient

{adj: immunocompromised} unable to develop a normal immune response usually because of malnutrition or immunodeficiency or immunosuppressive therapy

{adj: immunodeficient} incapable of developing an immune response following exposure to an antigen
"immunodeficient rodents"
<-> immunocompetent

{adj: immunogenic} possessing the ability to elicit an immune response

{adj: immunosuppressed} of persons whose immune response is inadequate

{adj: immunosuppressive} of or relating to a substance that lowers the body's normal immune response and induces immunosuppression

{adj: inflammatory} characterized or caused by inflammation
"an inflammatory process"
"an inflammatory response"

{adj: insignificant, unmeaning} signifying nothing
"insignificant sounds"
"his response...is picayune and unmeaning"- R.B. Pearsall

{adj: moderate, restrained} marked by avoidance of extravagance or extremes
"moderate in his demands"
"restrained in his response"

{adj: moderate, temperate} not extreme
"a moderate penalty"
"temperate in his response to criticism"

{adj: nociceptive} caused by or in response to pain
"a nociceptive spinal reflex"

{adj: obsessional, obsessive} characterized by or constituting an obsession
"the obsessional character of his response"
"obsessive gambling"

{adj: open-ended} allowing for a spontaneous response
"an open-ended question"

{adj: open} without undue constriction as from e.g. tenseness or inhibition
"the clarity and resonance of an open tone"
"her natural and open response"

{adj: passive, peaceful} peacefully resistant in response to injustice
"passive resistance"

{adj: pensive, wistful} showing pensive sadness
"the sensitive and wistful response of a poet to the gentler phases of beauty"

{adj: physical} according with material things or natural laws (other than those peculiar to living matter)
"a reflex response to physical stimuli"

{adj: prompt} quick in apprehending or reacting
"a prompt (or ready) response"
"a prompt smile"

{adj: responsive, antiphonal} containing or using responses or antiphons recited or sung in alternation
"responsive reading"
"antiphonal liturgy"

{adj: spur-of-the-moment} in response to an unforeseen need
"a spur-of-the-moment party"

{adj: stimulative} capable of arousing or accelerating physiological or psychological activity or response by a chemical agent
<-> depressant

{adj: stingy, ungenerous} unwilling to spend
"she practices economy without being stingy"
"an ungenerous response to the appeal for funds"
<-> generous

{adj: synesthetic, synaesthetic} relating to or experiencing synesthesia; involving more than one sense
"synesthetic response to music"
"synesthetic metaphor"

{adj: temperate} not extreme in behavior
"temperate in his habits"
"a temperate response to an insult"
"temperate in his eating and drinking"
<-> intemperate

{adv: admirably, laudably, praiseworthily, commendable} in an admirable manner
"the children's responses were admirably normal"

{n: Federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA} an independent agency of the United States government that provides a single point of accountability for all federal emergency preparedness and mitigation and response activities

{n: Litany} a prayer consisting of a series of invocations by the priest with responses from the congregation

{n: Medawar, Peter Medawar, Sir Peter Brian Medawar} British immunologist (born in Brazil) who studied tissue transplants and discovered that the rejection of grafts was an immune response (1915-1987)

{n: Pavlov, Ivan Pavlov, Ivan Petrovich Pavlov} Russian physiologist who observed conditioned salivary responses in dogs (1849-1936)

{n: Saxe-Coburg-Gotha} the name of the royal family that ruled Great Britain from 1901-1917; the name was changed to Windsor in 1917 in response to anti-German feelings in World War I

{n: T cell, T lymphocyte} a small lymphocyte developed in the thymus; it orchestrates the immune system's response to infected or malignant cells

{n: Weber, E. H. Weber, Ernst Heinrich Weber} German physiologist who studied sensory responses to stimuli and is considered the father of psychophysics (1795-1878)

{n: anamnestic response, anamnestic reaction} renewed rapid production of an antibody on the second (or subsequent) encounter with the same antigen

{n: anergy} reduction or lack of an immune response to a specific antigen

{n: answer, reply, response} a statement (either spoken or written) that is made in reply to a question or request or criticism or accusation
"I waited several days for his answer"
"he wrote replies to several of his critics"

{n: answer} the principle pleading by the defendant in response to plaintiff's complaint; in criminal law it consists of the defendant's plea of `guilty' or `not guilty' (or nolo contendere); in civil law it must contain denials of all allegations in the plaintiff's complaint that the defendant hopes to controvert and it can contain affirmative defenses or counterclaims

{n: antibody} any of a large variety of proteins normally present in the body or produced in response to an antigen which it neutralizes, thus producing an immune response

{n: antigen} any substance (as a toxin or enzyme) that stimulates an immune response in the body (especially the production of antibodies)

{n: antiphon, antiphony} a verse or song to be chanted or sung in response

{n: aversive stimulus} any negative stimulus to which an organism will learn to make a response that avoids it

{n: behavior, behaviour} (psychology) the aggregate of the responses or reactions or movements made by an organism in any situation

{n: call fire} fire delivered on a specific target in response to a request from the supported unit

{n: cell-mediated immune response} an immune response (chiefly against viral or fungal invasions or transplanted tissue) that involves T cells

{n: classical conditioning} conditioning that pairs a neutral stimulus with a stimulus that evokes a reflex; the stimulus that evokes the reflex is given whether or not the conditioned response occurs until eventually the neutral stimulus comes to evoke the reflex

{n: complement fixation} an immune response in which an antigen-antibody combination inactivates a complement (so it is unavailable to participate in a second antigen-antibody combination)

{n: complement} one of a series of enzymes in the blood serum that are part of the immune response

{n: conditional reflex, conditioned reflex, acquired reflex, conditional reaction, conditioned reaction, conditional response, conditioned response} an acquired response that is under the control of (conditional on the occurrence of) a stimulus

{n: conditioned avoidance, conditioned avoidance response} a conditioned response that anticipates the occurrence of an aversive stimulus

{n: conditioned emotional response, CER, conditioned emotion} an emotional response that has been acquired by conditioning

{n: conditioned stimulus} the stimulus that is the occasion for a conditioned response

{n: convocation} a group gathered in response to a summons

{n: corticosteroid, corticoid, adrenal cortical steroid} a steroid hormone produced by the adrenal cortex or synthesized; administered as drugs they reduce swelling and decrease the body's immune response
"adrenal cortical steroids are used to treat many different conditions"

{n: counter conditioning} conditioning in which a second incompatible response is conditioned to an already conditioned stimulus
"counter conditioning lies behind many of the procedures used in behavior therapy"

{n: counterblast} a vigorous and unrestrained response
"her tirade provoked a counterblast from her husband"

{n: defecation reflex, rectal reflex} normal response to the presence of feces in the rectum

{n: demonstration, demo} a visual presentation showing how something works
"the lecture was accompanied by dramatic demonstrations"
"the lecturer shot off a pistol as a demonstration of the startle response"

{n: dressage} maneuvers of a horse in response to body signals by the rider

{n: effector} an organ (a gland or muscle) that becomes active in response to nerve impulses
<-> receptor

{n: electric shock, electrical shock, shock} a reflex response to the passage of electric current through the body
"subjects received a small electric shock when they made the wrong response"
"electricians get accustomed to occasional shocks"

{n: encore} an extra or repeated performance; usually given in response to audience demand

{n: epinephrine, epinephrin, adrenaline, Adrenalin} a catecholamine secreted by the adrenal medulla in response to stress (trade name Adrenalin); stimulates autonomic nerve action

{n: evoked potential} the electrical response of the central nervous system produced by an external stimulus
"he measured evoked potentials with an electroencephalogram"

{n: extinction, experimental extinction} a conditioning process in which the reinforcer is removed and a conditioned response becomes independent of the conditioned stimulus

{n: facilitation} (neurophysiology) phenomenon that occurs when two or more neural impulses that alone are not enough to trigger a response in a neuron combine to trigger an action potential

{n: feedback} response to an inquiry or experiment

{n: filaggrin} the main protein of the keratohyalin granules
"the specific target of the immune response in rheumatoid arthritis is filaggrin"

{n: frequency response} (electronics) a response depicting the output-to-input ratio of a transducer as a function of frequency

{n: frequency-response curve, frequency-response characteristic} (electronics) a graph of frequency response with signal amplitude or gain plotted against frequency

{n: galvanic skin response, GSR, psychogalvanic response, electrodermal response, electrical skin response, Fere phenomenon, Tarchanoff phenomenon} a change in the electrical properties of the skin in response to stress or anxiety; can be measured either by recording the electrical resistance of the skin or by recording weak currents generated by the body

{n: gamma globulin, human gamma globulin} a plasma protein containing the immunoglobulins that are responsible for immune responses

{n: generalization, generalisation, stimulus generalization, stimulus generalisation} (psychology) transfer of a response learned to one stimulus to a similar stimulus

{n: geography, geographics} study of the earth's surface; includes people's responses to topography and climate and soil and vegetation

{n: geotropism} an orienting response to gravity

{n: gospel, gospel singing} folk music consisting of a genre of a cappella music originating with Black slaves in the United States and featuring call and response; influential on the development of other genres of popular music (especially soul)

{n: handful, smattering} a small number or amount
"only a handful of responses were received"

{n: heliotropism} an orienting response to the sun

{n: histocompatibility complex} a family of fifty or more genes on the sixth human chromosome that code for proteins on the surfaces of cells and that play a role in the immune response

{n: humoral immune response} an immune response (chiefly against bacterial invasion) that is mediated by B cells

{n: immediacy, immediateness, instantaneousness, instancy} the quickness of action or occurrence
"the immediacy of their response"
"the instancy of modern communication"

{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: immune system} a system (including the thymus and bone marrow and lymphoid tissues) that protects the body from foreign substances and pathogenic organisms by producing the immune response

{n: immunocompetence} the ability to develop an immune response following exposure to an antigen
<-> immunodeficiency

{n: immunogen, immunizing agent} any substance or organism that provokes an immune response (produces immunity) when introduced into the body

{n: immunogenicity} the property of eliciting an immune response

{n: immunoglobulin, Ig, immune serum globulin, immune gamma globulin, immune globulin} a class of proteins produced in lymph tissue in vertebrates and that function as antibodies in the immune response

{n: immunosuppressant, immunosuppressor, immunosuppressive drug, immunosuppressive, immune suppressant drug} a drug that lowers the body's normal immune response

{n: immunosuppression} lowering the body's normal immune response to invasion by foreign substances; can be deliberate (as in lowering the immune response to prevent rejection of a transplanted organ) or incidental (as a side effect of radiotherapy or chemotherapy for cancer)

{n: inflammation, redness, rubor} a response of body tissues to injury or irritation; characterized by pain and swelling and redness and heat

{n: instrumental conditioning} operant conditioning that pairs a response with a reinforcement in discrete trials; reinforcement occurs only after the response is given

{n: irradiation} (Pavolvian conditioning) the elicitation of a conditioned response by stimulation similar but not identical to the original stimulus

{n: kinesis} a movement that is a response to a stimulus but is not oriented with respect to the source of stimulation

{n: latent diabetes, chemical diabetes} a mild form of diabetes mellitus in which there are no overt symptoms but there are abnormal responses to some diagnostic procedures

{n: learned reaction, learned response} a reaction that has been acquired by learning

{n: light reflex, pupillary reflex, miosis, myosis} reflex contraction of the sphincter muscle of the iris in response to a bright light (or certain drugs) causing the pupil to become smaller

{n: lobe} the enhanced response of an antenna in a given direction as indicated by a loop in its radiation pattern

{n: lymphokine} a cytokine secreted by helper T cells in response to stimulation by antigens and that acts on other cells of the immune system (as by activating macrophages)

{n: mast cell, mastocyte, labrocyte} a large connective tissue cell that contains histamine and heparin and serotonin which are released in allergic reactions or in response to injury or inflammation

{n: mental quickness, quickness, quick-wittedness} intelligence as revealed by an ability to give correct responses without delay

{n: methapyrilene} antihistamine used to treat allergic responses (as rhinitis or dermatitis or pruritus)

{n: micturition reflex} relaxation of the urethral sphincter in response to increased pressure in the bladder

{n: missal} (Roman Catholic Church) a book containing all the prayers and responses needed to celebrate Mass throughout the year

{n: mydriasis} reflex pupillary dilation as a muscle pulls the iris outward; occurs in response to a decrease in light or certain drugs

{n: negative reinforcing stimulus, negative reinforcer} a reinforcing stimulus whose removal serves to decrease the likelihood of the response that produced it

{n: operant conditioning} conditioning in which an operant response is brought under stimulus control by virtue of presenting reinforcement contingent upon the occurrence of the operant response

{n: pharmacogenetics} the branch of genetics that studies the genetically determined variations in responses to drugs in humans or laboratory organisms

{n: phototropism} an orienting response to light

{n: pilomotor reflex, gooseflesh, goose bump, goosebump, goose pimple, goose skin, horripilation} reflex erection of hairs of the skin in response to cold or emotional stress or skin irritation

{n: positive reinforcing stimulus, positive reinforcer} a reinforcing stimulus that serves to increase the likelihood of the response that produces it

{n: posthypnotic suggestion} a suggestion that is made to a person who is hypnotized that specifies an action he will perform (usually in response to a cue) after he has awakened

{n: primordial dwarf, hypoplastic dwarf, true dwarf, normal dwarf} a dwarf whose small size is the result of a genetic defect in response to growth hormone; body parts and mental and sexual development are normal

{n: projective test, projective device, projective technique} any personality test designed to yield information about someone's personality on the basis of their unrestricted response to ambiguous objects or situations

{n: prostaglandin} a potent substance that acts like a hormone and is found in many bodily tissues (and especially in semen); produced in response to trauma and may affect blood pressure and metabolism and smooth muscle activity

{n: radar beacon, racon} a device that, on receiving radar signals, transmits coded signals in response to help navigators determine their position

{n: reaction time, response time, latency, latent period} the time that elapses between a stimulus and the response to it

{n: reaction, response} a bodily process occurring due to the effect of some foregoing stimulus or agent
"a bad reaction to the medicine"
"his responses have slowed with age"

{n: reaction} a response that reveals a person's feelings or attitude
"he was pleased by the audience's reaction to his performance"
"John feared his mother's reaction when she saw the broken lamp"

{n: reception, response} the manner in which something is greeted
"she did not expect the cold reception she received from her superiors"

{n: receptor} a cellular structure that is postulated to exist in order to mediate between a chemical agent that acts on nervous tissue and the physiological response

{n: reciprocal inhibition, reciprocal-inhibition therapy} a method of behavior therapy based on the inhibition of one response by the occurrence of another response that is mutually incompatible with it; a relaxation response might be conditioned to a stimulus that previously evoked anxiety

{n: refractory period} (neurology) the time after a neuron fires or a muscle fiber contracts during which a stimulus will not evoke a response

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

{n: rejoinder} (law) a pleading made by a defendant in response to the plaintiff's replication

{n: reply, response} the speech act of continuing a conversational exchange
"he growled his reply"

{n: response} a phrase recited or sung by the congregation following a versicle by the priest or minister

{n: response} a result
"this situation developed in response to events in Africa"

{n: self-adapting program} a program that can change its performance in response to its environment

{n: sliding scale} a wage scale that fluctuates in response to the cost-of-living index

{n: spike} a sharp rise followed by a sharp decline
"the seismograph showed a sharp spike in response to the temblor"

{n: spleen, lien} a large dark-red oval organ on the left side of the body between the stomach and the diaphragm; produces cells involved in immune responses

{n: startle response, startle reaction} a complicated involuntary reaction to a sudden unexpected stimulus (especially a loud noise); involves flexion of most skeletal muscles and a variety of visceral reactions

{n: summation} (physiology) the process whereby multiple stimuli can produce a response (in a muscle or nerve or other part) that one stimulus alone does not produce

{n: taxis} a locomotor response toward or away from an external stimulus by a motile (and usually simple) organism

{n: thermotropism} an orienting response to warmth

{n: tonicity, tonus, tone} the elastic tension of living muscles, arteries, etc. that facilitate response to stimuli
"the doctor tested my tonicity"
<-> atonicity

{n: trophotropism} an orienting response to food

{n: tropism} an involuntary orienting response; positive or negative reaction to a stimulus source

{n: urtication, urticaria, hives, nettle rash} an itchy skin eruption characterized by weals with pale interiors and well-defined red margins; usually the result of an allergic response to insect bites or food or drugs

{n: versicle} a short verse said or sung by a priest or minister in public worship and followed by a response from the congregation

{n: wince, flinch} a reflex response to sudden pain

{v: arouse, elicit, enkindle, kindle, evoke, fire, raise, provoke} call forth (emotions, feelings, and responses)
"arouse pity"
"raise a smile"
"evoke sympathy"

{v: condition} establish a conditioned response

{v: counterplot} make a plot in response to another plot

{v: counter} speak in response
"He countered with some very persuasive arguments"

{v: draw} elicit responses, such as objections, criticism, applause, etc.
"The President's comments drew sharp criticism from the Republicans"
"The comedian drew a lot of laughter"

{v: facilitate} physiology: increase the likelihood of (a response)
"The stimulus facilitates a delayed impulse"

{v: get} evoke an emotional response
"Brahms's `Requiem' gets me every time"

{v: grumble, growl, rumble} to utter or emit low dull rumbling sounds
"he grumbled a rude response"
"Stones grumbled down the cliff"

{v: interrogate} transmit (a signal) for setting off an appropriate response, as in telecommunication

{v: overreact} show an exaggerated response to something
"Don't overreact to the bad news--take it easy"

{v: perseverate} psychology: repeat a response after the cessation of the original stimulus
"The subjects in this study perseverated"

{v: react, respond} show a response or a reaction to something

{v: strike a chord, touch a chord} evoke a reaction, response, or emotion
"this writer strikes a chord with young women"
"The storyteller touched a chord"

{v: strike a chord} create an emotional response
"The music struck a chord with the listeners"

Don't engage in a personal coverup of areas that are unpleasing in your life.
In other words, face reality and be adult in your responses to life's challenges.

The question from Abby to her readers which sparked the greatest response was when she asked readers: " Where were you when President John F. Kennedy was shot? ".
艾比引起读者最大反响的问题是 "约翰· F·肯尼迪总统遇刺时,你在哪里? "。

This question, when put to readers on October 16, 1992, generated more than 300,000 responses which were published in a book in November 1993, on the 30th anniversary of Kennedy's assassination.
她于 1992年 10月 16日向读者提出过个问题,结果有 30多万人作答。这些回答于 1993年 11月肯尼迪总统遇刺 30周年时汇编成书出版。

Children may change their account of an event, not because their memory has altered but because they wish to comply with the suggestion of an adult in authority, or because they interpret repeated questioning as an indication their first response is judged wrong.

Mavroleon's and others ' work in Somalia led to a huge humanitarian response, but he was frustrated that despite his returning to Afghanistan every year, no one was interested.

In a rare emotional response, the congregation applauded in delight.

His response: " I don't know. But I believe we should have found an alternative other than force. "
他说: "我不知道。但我相信我们应该找到另一种办法,而不是暴力。 "

By the second cruise, however, Rees-Jones was becoming alarmed and angry at the lack of response to his appeals to the Fayed ops moms in London for back-up.

He said that men inhibit women's natural responses in what should be a " primaeval act " and that they increase the pressure for an artificial birth--because they find their wives ' pain so disturbing.
他说男士们抑制了女性的那种本应为一种 "原始行为 "的自然反应,他们增添了人工分娩的压力-因为他们觉得妻子的痛苦太令人揪心了。

Seeing her smile was such a triumph vastly preferable to being sent to the principal's office, which was the usual response.
看到她微笑真是一件开心事。--比她带我去校长办公室好得多。我校带到校长办公室去的 "礼遇 "可是常有的。

Then, realising the market was awash in such products, the company looked at ways to use its experience in voice mail, interactive voice response and unified messaging to develop new subscriber-based services.

In the past year in the U.K., a series of companies have launched free or unmetered Internet access plans in which the customer pays a simple flat-rate fee, or nothing at all only to be overwhelmed by massive consumer response.

In response to Germany's growing anti-Semitism, he became a passionate Zionist, yet he also expressed concern about the rights of Arabs in any Jewish state.

When I visited the self-help menu on Yahoo ! Broadcast broadband section, I found nothing but a boring Red Cross disaster response video.

Like the weather, we are a complex amalgam of feedback systems: genes in our brains switch on in response to our behavior as well as vice versa.

The local response was equally swift and some city governments have gone even further, requiring contraband dogs to be leashed, muzzled, sterilized or even destroyed.

They apparently have not seen all the movies or read all the books about adolescent angst. So their responses are fresh... and felt.

In water, paddles and oars have given way to screw propellers and turbines, but stability in response to the rolling motion of water is still a problem.

Weeks went by without a response.

Part of this response was the natural reaction to the disturbance of set ideas.

On the contrary, many of the high-yielding hybrid varieties of these food crops bred during the Green Revolution of the 1960's were selected specifically to give high yields in response to generous applications of nitrogen fertilizer.
相反,二十世纪六十年代绿色革命(Green Revolution)期间所培育出来的这些粮食作物的许多高产量的杂交品种之所以被择取,其目的专门是为了针对大量施用氮肥而产生高产量的。

Biologists call this kind of gradual variation over a certain geographic range a "cline" and interpret clines as strong indications that the variation is adaptive, a response to environmental differences.

The critic's knowledge and training are, rather, a preparation of the cognitive and emotional abilities needed for an adequate personal response to an artwork's own particular qualities.

Our hypothesis is that {1} many strains of rats simply cannot mount a sufficiently vigorous destructive immune-response (using lymphocytes) to outstrip the liver's relatively great capacity to protect itself from immune-response damage and that {2} the systemic unresponsiveness observed is due to concentration of the recipient's donor-specific lymphocytes at the site of the liver transplant.
我们的假设是:{1} 许多种老鼠纯粹就是无法(利用淋巴细胞)发起一场足够强功的摧毁性免疫应答(immune-response),以压倒肝脏相对较强的保护自身免遭免疫应答损害的能力;
{2} 所观察到的系统性无应答状态,是由于受移植者的供者特异性淋巴细胞集结在肝脏移植物所在的部位所致。

"Mike Chertoff knows we can not afford to become complacent. He understands that as we adapt our defenses, the terrorists will adapt their tactics in response. He understands they continue to pose a grave threat to the American people," Mr. Bush said.

"As you know, the response in the marketplace has not been one of significantly rising long-term rates, difficulties in the housing market, and difficulties like we had encountered in the past during previous increases in rates," Mr. Greenspan said.

In the Democratic response to the president's State of the Union, House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi said the Bush Administration has not adequately prepared for another possible terrorist attack.

Louis Jorge Perez, the World Health Organization's Asian coordinator for tsunami relief, says the danger of epidemics has probably passed, thanks to the world's rapid response to the disaster, but he warns against complacency.

"I am pleased with the response from around the world," he said. "I appreciate so many nations understanding that we must work together to defeat these killers. I am mindful of the fact that we have constantly got to review our plans and never lose our will."

An unprecedented international relief response is now underway with the United States pledging to contribute $350 million of the more than $2 billion in official aid.

U.S. Secretary of State Colin Powell says he expects international contributions to countries hit by the earthquake and tsunami disaster to be in the billions of dollars. Mr. Powell, in morning TV interviews Tuesday, rejected a UN official's comment that the response of the United States and other Western nations thus far has been "stingy."

Mr. Powell told the NBC Today program he has contacted every one of his foreign minister colleagues from affected countries and told them to inform local U.S. embassies what their assistance needs will be. He said he expects the combined response from the United States and other major donor states to ultimately be in the billions of dollars.

The Japan Red Cross Society says it will provide about $1 million to areas hit by the quake and tsunamis. It has an emergency response unit standing by to help establish temporary hospitals and to provide medical aid.

A spokesman for the U.S. Embassy in New Delhi, David Kennedy, says that in response, offices in Bombay, also known as Mumbai, has been closed to the public. "The U.S. consulate in Mumbai closed the consular section and the American Center today as a precautionary measure in response to threat information," he said.

Republican strategists said President Bush's victory in Florida could also be attributed to a quick federal response to the damage caused by four hurricanes that struck the state in August and September, causing billions-of-dollars in damage.

Mr. Natsios, who met in Khartoum with senior officials including First Vice President Ali Osman Taha, said the response to the resolution remains inadequate and that the United States is putting heavy pressure on Sudan to, among other things, allow a major increase in the African Union observer presence: "They think we are going after them, and we are. The question of course is not whether we go after them, but how we resolve the crisis. We have 1.5 million people in those camps," he said. "We have a pending locust plague, a potential drought, and a war still going on. Our first priority right now is to end the conflict, get the people back to their villages before this turns into a much worse tragedy that it is now."

Democratic challenger John Kerry was slow to react to the president's earlier comments about not winning the fight against terrorism. Running-mate John Edwards had the sharpest response asking, "What if President Reagan had said that it may be difficult to win the war against communism?"

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