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revolution [ revə'lu:ʃən] n.革命;旋转,绕转

revolution [7revə'lu:ʃən] n.革命,旋转

信息革命 information revolution

biological revolution 生物革命

industrial revolution 产业革命

The heart makes a revolution, the head a reformation.

Folds used to be willing to wait patiently for a slow-moving stage coach, but now they kick like the dickens if they miss one revolution of a revolving door.

①an injustice that serves to replace as soon as possible the injustice of yesterday by the injustice of tomorrow
②the setting-up of a new order contradictory to the traditional one

The danger doesn't lie in the hypothetical disasters of revolution, but in conventions impeding progress.

The revolution was out of control and fighting broke out.

The occasional poem was written to celebrate the revolution.

The history professor explored the causes of the revolution.

The revolution started peacefully but later turned violent.

We must not think of this writer as a radical socialist politician, much less a leader of a revolution.

This book deals with questions concerning the French Revolution.

While the fact of this consumer revolution is hardly in doubt, three key questions remain: who were the consumers? What were their motives? And what were the effect of the new demand for luxuries?

Have you read the article on information revolution?

Revolutions are not made with rose water.

斗批改 [dòu pī gǎi] /struggle-criticism-transformation (Cultural Revolution slogan)/

革命 [gé mìng] /(political) revolution/

一九四九年 [yī jiǔ sì jiǔ nián] /the year 1949 (Communist revolution)/

The last revolution isn't simply a matter of gentlemen reading other gentlemen's e-mail.
That kind of electronic spying has been going on for decades.

Well, no gain without pain, they say.
But what about pain without gain?
Everywhere you go in America, you hear tales of corporate revival.
What is harder to establish is whether the productivity revolution that businessmen assume they are presiding over is for real.

{adj: Bolshevik, Bolshevist, Bolshevistic} of or relating to Bolshevism
"Bolshevik Revolution"

{adj: Copernican} of radical or major importance
"a Copernican revolution in modern art"

{adj: Jacobinic, Jacobinical} of or relating to the Jacobins of the French Revolution
"Jacobinic terrorism"

{adj: comprehensive} including all or everything
"comprehensive coverage"
"a comprehensive history of the revolution"
"a comprehensive survey"
"a comprehensive education"
<-> noncomprehensive

{adj: counterrevolutionary} marked by opposition or antipathy to revolution
"ostracized for his counterrevolutionary tendencies"
<-> revolutionary

{adj: effective, efficient} able to accomplish a purpose; functioning effectively
"people who will do nothing unless they get something out of it for themselves are often highly effective persons..."-G.B.Shaw
"effective personnel"
"an efficient secretary"
"the efficient cause of the revolution"

{adj: finished, ruined} brought to ruin
"after the revolution the aristocracy was finished"
"the unsuccessful run for office left him ruined politically and economically"

{adj: fundamental, profound} far-reaching and thoroughgoing in effect especially on the nature of something
"the fundamental revolution in human values that has occurred"
"the book underwent fundamental changes"
"committed the fundamental error of confusing spending with extravagance"
"profound social changes"

{adj: high-flown, high-sounding, inflated} pretentious (especially with regard to language or ideals)
"high-flown talk of preserving the moral tone of the school"
"a high-sounding dissertation on the means to attain social revolution"

{adj: industrial} having highly developed industries
"the industrial revolution"
"an industrial nation"
<-> nonindustrial

{adj: irreversible} incapable of being reversed
"irreversible momentum toward revolution"
<-> reversible

{adj: orbital} of or relating to an orbit
"orbital revolution"
"orbital velocity"

{adj: revolutionary} advocating or engaged in revolution
"revolutionary pamphlets"
"a revolutionary junta"
<-> counterrevolutionary

{adj: revolutionary} relating to or having the nature of a revolution
"revolutionary wars"
"the Revolutionary era"

{adj: ripe} fully prepared or eager
"the colonists were ripe for revolution"

{adj: unsympathetic} not sympathetic or disposed toward
"unsympathetic officialdom"
"people unsympathetic to the revolution"
"his dignity made him seem aloof and unsympathetic"
<-> sympathetic

{adj: virtual} existing in essence or effect though not in actual fact
"a virtual dependence on charity"
"a virtual revolution"
"virtual reality"

{n: Allen, Ethan Allen} a soldier of the American Revolution whose troops helped capture Fort Ticonderoga from the British (1738-1789)

{n: American Revolution, American Revolutionary War, War of American Independence, American War of Independence} the revolution of the American colonies against Great Britain; 1775-1783

{n: American Revolutionary leader} a nationalist leader in the American Revolution and in the creation of the United States

{n: Arnold, Benedict Arnold} United States general and traitor in the American Revolution; in 1780 his plan to surrender West Point to the British was foiled (1741-1801)

{n: Artaxerxes II, Artaxerxes} king of Persia who subdued numerous revolutions and made peace with Sparta (?-359 BC)

{n: Bastille} a fortress built in Paris in the 14th century and used as a prison in the 17th and 18th centuries; it was destroyed July 14, 1789 at the start of the French Revolution

{n: Burgoyne, John Burgoyne, Gentleman Johnny} British general in the American Revolution who captured Fort Ticonderoga but lost the battle of Saratoga in 1777 (1722-1792)

{n: Carlyle, Thomas Carlyle} Scottish historian who wrote about the French Revolution (1795-1881)

{n: Chinese Revolution} the republican revolution against the Manchu dynasty in China; 1911-1912

{n: Concord} town in eastern Massachusetts near Boston where the first battle of the American Revolution was fought

{n: Continental Army} the American army during the American Revolution

{n: Continental Congress} the legislative assembly composed of delegates from the rebel colonies who met during and after the American Revolution; they issued the Declaration of Independence and framed Articles of Confederation

{n: Copley, John Copley, John Singleton Copley} American painter who did portraits of Paul Revere and John Hancock before fleeing to England to avoid the American Revolution (1738-1815)

{n: Cowpens, battle of Cowpens} battle in the American Revolution; Americans under Daniel Morgan defeated the British

{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: Cultural Revolution, Great Proletarian Cultural Revolution} a radical reform in China initiated by Mao Zedong in 1965 and carried out largely by the Red Guard; intended to eliminate counterrevolutionary elements in the government it resulted in purges of the intellectuals and socioeconomic chaos

{n: David, Jacques Louis David} French neoclassical painter who actively supported the French Revolution (1748-1825)

{n: Du Barry, Comtesse Du Barry, Marie Jeanne Becu} courtier and influential mistress of Louis XV who was guillotined during the French Revolution (1743-1793)

{n: English Revolution, Glorious Revolution, Bloodless Revolution} the revolution against James II; there was little armed resistance to William and Mary in England although battles were fought in Scotland and Ireland (1688-1689)

{n: Fox, Charles James Fox} English statesman who supported American independence and the French Revolution (1749-1806)

{n: Franklin, Benjamin Franklin} printer whose success as an author led him to take up politics; he helped draw up the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution; he played a major role in the American Revolution and negotiated French support for the colonists; as a scientist he is remembered particularly for his research in electricity (1706-1790)

{n: French Revolution} the revolution in France against the Bourbons; 1789-1799

{n: Gironde} the French moderate political party that was in power (1791-1793) during the French Revolution

{n: Girondist, Girondin} a member of the moderate republican party that was in power during the French Revolution; the Girondists were overthrown by their more radical rivals the Jacobins

{n: Guevara, Ernesto Guevara, Che Guevara} an Argentine revolutionary leader who was Fidel Castro's chief lieutenant in the Cuban revolution; active in other Latin American countries; was captured and executed by the Bolivian army (1928-1967)

{n: Hale, Nathan Hale} a soldier of the American Revolution who was hanged as a spy by the British; his last words were supposed to have been `I only regret that I have but one life to give for my country' (1755-1776)

{n: Henry, Patrick Henry} a leader of the American Revolution and a famous orator who spoke out against British rule of the American colonies (1736-1799)

{n: Industrial Revolution, technological revolution} the transformation from an agricultural to an industrial nation

{n: Iroquois} any member of the warlike North American Indian peoples formerly living in New York state; the Iroquois League were allies of the British during the American Revolution

{n: Jacobinism} the ideology of the most radical element of the French Revolution that instituted the Reign of Terror

{n: Jacobin} a member of the radical movement that instituted the Reign of Terror during the French Revolution

{n: Japanese Red Army, JRA, Anti-Imperialist International Brigade} a terrorist group organized in 1970 to overthrow the Japanese government and monarchy and to foment world revolution; is said to have close ties with Palestinian terrorists
"in 1972 the Japanese Red Army was responsible for a massacre at an airport in Israel"

{n: Jones, John Paul Jones} American naval commander in the American Revolution (1747-1792)

{n: Kosciusko, Thaddeus Kosciusko, Kosciuszko, Tadeusz Andrzej Bonawentura Kosciuszko} Polish patriot and soldier who fought with Americans in the American Revolution (1746-1817)

{n: Labrador tea, crystal tea, Ledum groenlandicum} evergreen shrub of eastern North America having white or creamy bell-shaped flowers and dark green hairy leaves used for tea during American Revolution

{n: Lafayette, La Fayette, Marie Joseph Paul Yves Roch Gilbert du Motier, Marquis de Lafayette} French soldier who served under George Washington in the American Revolution (1757-1834)

{n: Lake Champlain, Champlain} a lake in northeastern New York, northwestern Vermont and southern Quebec; site of many battles in the French and Indian War and in the American Revolution and in the War of 1812

{n: Laurens, Henry Laurens} leader of the American Revolution and president of the Continental Congress (1724-1792)

{n: Lee, Henry Lee, Lighthorse Harry Lee} soldier of the American Revolution (1756-1818)

{n: Lee, Richard Henry Lee} leader of the American Revolution who proposed the resolution calling for independence of the American colonies (1732-1794)

{n: Lenin, Vladimir Lenin, Nikolai Lenin, Vladimir Ilyich Lenin, Vladimir Ilich Lenin, Vladimir Ilyich Ulyanov, Vladimir Ilich Ulyanov} Russian founder of the Bolsheviks and leader of the Russian Revolution and first head of the USSR (1870-1924)

{n: Lexington, Concord, Lexington and Concord} the first battle of the American Revolution (April 19, 1775)

{n: Lexington} town in eastern Massachusetts near Boston where the first battle of the American Revolution was fought

{n: Louis XVI} king of France from 1774 to 1792; his failure to grant reforms led to the French Revolution; he and his queen (Marie Antoinette) were guillotined (1754-1793)

{n: McCauley, Mary McCauley, Mary Ludwig Hays McCauley, Molly Pitcher} heroine of the American Revolution who carried water to soldiers during the Battle of Monmouth Court House and took over her husband's gun when he was overcome by heat (1754-1932)

{n: Menshevik} a Russian member of the liberal minority group that advocated gradual reform and opposed the Bolsheviks before and during the Russian Revolution

{n: Mexican Revolution} a revolution for agrarian reforms led in northern Mexico by Pancho Villa and in southern Mexico by Emiliano Zapata (1910-1911)

{n: Minuteman} an American militiaman prior to and during the American Revolution

{n: Mirabeau, Comte de Mirabeau, Honore-Gabriel Victor Riqueti} French revolutionary who was prominent in the early days of the French Revolution (1749-1791)

{n: Monmouth Court House, Battle of Monmouth Court House, Battle of Monmouth} a pitched battle in New Jersey during the American Revolution (1778) that ended with the withdrawal of British forces

{n: Morgan, Daniel Morgan} soldier in the American Revolution who defeated the British in the battle of Cowpens, South Carolina (1736-1802)

{n: Morris, Robert Morris} leader of the American Revolution who signed the Declaration of Independence and raised money for the Continental Army (1734-1806)

{n: National Liberation Army, ELN} a Marxist terrorist group formed in 1963 by Colombian intellectuals who were inspired by the Cuban Revolution; responsible for a campaign of mass kidnappings and resistance to the government's efforts to stop the drug trade
"ELN kidnappers target foreign employees of large corporations"

{n: Nicholas II} the last czar of Russia who was forced to abdicate in 1917 by the Russian Revolution; he and his family were executed by the Bolsheviks (1868-1918)

{n: Paine, Tom Paine, Thomas Paine} American Revolutionary leader and pamphleteer (born in England) who supported the American colonist's fight for independence and supported the French Revolution (1737-1809)

{n: Pius VI, Giovanni Angelo Braschi, Giannangelo Braschi} Italian pope from 1775 to 1799 who served during the French Revolution; Napoleon attacked the Papal States and in 1797 Pius VI was taken to France where he died (1717-1799)

{n: Red Brigades, Brigate Rosse, BR} a Marxist-Leninist terrorist organization that arose out of a student protest movement in the late 1960s; wants to separate Italy from NATO and advocates violence in the service of class warfare and revolution; mostly inactive since 1989

{n: Reed, John Reed} United States journalist who reported on the October Revolution from Petrograd in 1917; founded the Communist Labor Party in America in 1919; is buried in the Kremlin in Moscow (1887-1920)

{n: Reign of Terror} the historic period (1793-94) during the French Revolution when thousands were executed
"the Reign of the Bourbons ended and the Reign of Terror began"

{n: Rochambeau, Comte de Rochambeau, Jean Baptiste Donatien de Vimeur} French general who commanded French troops in the American Revolution, notably at Yorktown (1725-1807)

{n: Rousseau, Jean-Jacques Rousseau} French philosopher and writer born in Switzerland; believed that the natural goodness of man was warped by society; ideas influenced the French Revolution (1712-1778)

{n: Russian Revolution, February Revolution} the revolution against the czarist government which led to the abdication of Nicholas II and the creation of a provisional government in March 1917

{n: Russian Revolution, October Revolution} the coup d'etat by the Bolsheviks under Lenin in November 1917 that led to a period of civil war which ended in victory for the Bolsheviks in 1922

{n: Russia} a former empire in eastern Europe and northern Asia created in the 14th century with Moscow as the capital; powerful in the 17th and 18th centuries under Peter the Great and Catherine the Great when Saint Petersburg was the capital; overthrown by revolution in 1917

{n: Salomon, Haym Salomon} American financier and American Revolutionary War patriot who helped fund the army during the American Revolution (1740?-1785)

{n: Saratoga, battle of Saratoga} a battle during the American Revolution (1777); the British under Burgoyne were defeated

{n: Siqueiros, David Siqueiros, David Alfaro Siqueiros} Mexican painter of murals depicting protest and revolution (1896-1974)

{n: Sun Yat-sen, Sun Yixian} Chinese statesman who organized the Kuomintang and led the revolution that overthrew the Manchu dynasty in 1911 and 1912 (1866-1925)

{n: Tory} an American who favored the British side during the American Revolution

{n: Trevelyan, George Otto Trevelyan, Sir George Otto Trevelyan} English historian who wrote a history of the American revolution and a biography of his uncle Lord Macaulay (1838-1928)

{n: Trotskyism} the form of communism advocated by Leon Trotsky; calls for immediate worldwide revolution by the proletariat

{n: Trotskyite, Trotskyist, Trot} radicals who support Trotsky's theory that socialism must be established throughout the world by continuing revolution

{n: Tussaud, Marie Tussaud, Madame Tussaud, Marie Grosholtz} French modeler (resident in England after 1802) who made wax death masks of prominent victims of the French Revolution and toured Britain with her wax models; in 1835 she opened a permanent waxworks exhibition in London (1761-1850)

{n: Washington, George Washington, President Washington} 1st President of the United States; commander-in-chief of the Continental Army during the American Revolution (1732-1799)

{n: Wayne, Anthony Wayne, Mad Anthony Wayne} American general during the American Revolution (1745-1796)

{n: Whig} a supporter of the American Revolution

{n: Yorktown} in 1781 during the American Revolution the British under Cornwallis surrendered after a siege of three weeks by American and French troops

{n: ancien regime} a political and social system that no longer governs (especially the system that existed in France before the French Revolution)

{n: anomalistic year} time of the earth's revolution from perihelion to perihelion again; 365 days and 6 hr and 13 min and 53.1 sec

{n: apostle} an ardent early supporter of a cause or reform
"an apostle of revolution"

{n: cartwheel} acrobatic revolutions with the body turned sideways and the arms and legs outstretched like the spokes of a wheel

{n: chapter} any distinct period in history or in a person's life
"the industrial revolution opened a new chapter in British history"
"the divorce was an ugly chapter in their relationship"

{n: counterrevolutionist, counter-revolutionist, counterrevolutionary} a revolutionary whose aim is to reverse the changes introduced by an earlier revolution

{n: counterrevolution} a revolution whose aim is to reverse the changes introduced by a previous revolution

{n: eve} the period immediately before something
"on the eve of the French Revolution"

{n: first quarter} the first fourth of the moon's period of revolution around the Earth

{n: green revolution} the introduction of pesticides and high-yield grains and better management during the 1960s and 1970s which greatly increased agricultural productivity

{n: independence} the successful ending of the American Revolution
"they maintained close relations with England even after independence"

{n: justification} something (such as a fact or circumstance) that shows an action to be reasonable or necessary
"he considered misrule a justification for revolution"

{n: last quarter} the last fourth of the moon's period of revolution around the Earth

{n: liberty cap} close-fitting conical cap worn as a symbol of liberty during the French Revolution and in the U.S. before 1800

{n: mil} an angular unit used in artillery; equal to 1/6400 of a complete revolution

{n: offspring, materialization, materialisation} something that comes into existence as a result
"industrialism prepared the way for acceptance of the French Revolution's various socialistic offspring"
"this skyscraper is the solid materialization of his efforts"

{n: orbit, celestial orbit} the (usually elliptical) path described by one celestial body in its revolution about another
"he plotted the orbit of the moon"

{n: orrery} planetarium consisting of an apparatus that illustrates the relative positions and motions of bodies in the solar system by rotation and revolution of balls moved by wheelwork; sometimes incorporated in a clock

{n: prayer wheel} a cylinder with prayers written on it; each revolution counts as uttering the prayers; used especially by Buddhists in Tibet

{n: red flag} the emblem of socialist revolution

{n: redcoat, lobsterback} British soldier; so-called because of his red coat (especially during the American Revolution)

{n: redistribution} distributing again
"the revolution resulted in a redistribution of wealth"

{n: revolutionary group} a political unit organized to promote revolution

{n: revolutionist, revolutionary, subversive, subverter} a radical supporter of political or social revolution

{n: revolutions per minute, rpm, rev} rate of revolution of a motor
"the engine was doing 6000 revs"

{n: revolution} a drastic and far-reaching change in ways of thinking and behaving
"the industrial revolution was also a cultural revolution"

{n: revolution} the overthrow of a government by those who are governed

{n: rotation, revolution, gyration} a single complete turn (axial or orbital)
"the plane made three rotations before it crashed"
"the revolution of the earth about the sun takes one year"

{n: seventy-eight, 78} a shellac based phonograph record that played at 78 revolutions per minute

{n: shogun} a hereditary military dictator of Japan; the shoguns ruled Japan until the revolution of 1867-68

{n: sidereal year} the time for the earth to make one complete revolution around the sun, relative to the fixed stars

{n: solar year, tropical year, astronomical year, equinoctial year} the time for the earth to make one revolution around the sun, measured between two vernal equinoxes

{n: spheroid, ellipsoid of revolution} a shape that is generated by rotating an ellipse around one of its axes
"it looked like a sphere but on closer examination I saw it was really a spheroid"

{n: thrust bearing} a bearing designed to take thrusts parallel to the axis of revolution

{n: tumbrel, tumbril} a farm dumpcart for carrying dung; carts of this type were used to carry prisoners to the guillotine during the French Revolution

{n: turbulence, upheaval, Sturm und Drang} a state of violent disturbance and disorder (as in politics or social conditions generally)
"the industrial revolution was a period of great turbulence"

{n: year} the period of time that it takes for a planet (as, e.g., Earth or Mars) to make a complete revolution around the sun
"a Martian year takes 687 of our days"

{v: decapitate, behead} cut the head of
"the French King was beheaded during the Revolution"

{v: decentralize, deconcentrate, decentralise} make less central
"After the revolution, food distribution was decentralized"
<-> centralize, concentrate

{v: make, do} engage in
"make love, not war"
"make an effort"
"do research"
"do nothing"
"make revolution"

{v: precipitate} bring about abruptly
"The crisis precipitated by Russia's revolution"

{v: revolt} make revolution
"The people revolted when bread prices tripled again"

{v: revolutionize} overthrow by a revolution, of governments

On the way she tells the American how the revolution came to her hometown of Avila.

In 1979, 12 years after The Graduate, the annual volume of plastic manufactured overtook that of steel, the symbol of the Industrial Revolution. 1979年,电影(毕业生)放映 12年后,塑料年产量超过了钢-工业革命的象征。

The information gap is a problem not only for educators, but for industries and even nations locked out of the technological revolution.

The trouble with the digital revolution, says MIT Media Lab director Neil Gershenfeld in his book When Things Start to Think, is that computers may have speeded up many of the processes of modem life, but they still remain relatively difficult to use.

Last year Zhang, the Oscar-nominated director of Raise the Red Lantern and Keep Cool, freely conceded his qualms at tackling opera--a genre he knew only in the bastardizations of Cultural Revolution agitprop.
去年(指 1997年,下同-编者注)因执导《大红灯笼高高挂》和《有话好好说》而获奥斯卡提名的张导,坦言他对染指歌剧(这种只道是当初泛滥于文革的宣传鼓动形式)的疑虑,
But the choice turned out to be inspired.

Harris Miller, president of the Information Technology Association of America, said: " Running out of IT workers today is like running out of iron ore in the industrial revolution. "
美国信息技术协会主席哈里斯·米勒说: "如今信息技术人才短缺,就像当年工业革命时铁矿砂快用光了一样叫人着急。 "

The Cellphone Revolution Has Barely Begun

On those numbers alone, the smart mobile phone revolution looks unstoppable.

The iMac was made Machine of the Year by TIME Magazine in its January 1999 Digital section, " for bringing Apple back from the brink, sparking a revolution in Internet computing and simply looking great. "
《时代》杂志在 1999年 1月的数字专栏中评选 iMac 为年度风云机器, "因为(它)把苹果公司从崩溃的边缘挽救回来,在因特网计算机领域掀起了一场革命,其外观简直棒极了。 "

These efforts have earned him a national conservation award from the Daughters of the American Revolution, and letters of praise from President Clinton and Gov. George E. Pataki, among others.

Sequencing the human genome will represent a closure of sorts for the revolution wrought by those two geniuses.

It will no doubt be a revolution, but there are some scary Brave New World overtones that raise fundamental questions about how we will think about ourselves.

Howson was one of the driving forces behind the so-called New Image painting that revolution-ized British art in the late 1980s.
豪森是被称为新具象绘画运动背后的推动力之一,这个运动使 20世纪 80年代晚期的英国艺术发生了革命性的变化。

Hybrid's Hybrid Chrysler led the design revolution in the 1990s with streamlined, low-slung road rockets.

But the real revolution will come when regulators and the European Commission finally force Europe's telecom providers to open to their competitors the line between consumers and their local exchange.

Sweden has surpassed the U.S. as leader in the global information revolution, according to the 2000 IDC/World Times Information Society Index( ISI).
根 2000年 IDC 世界时报信息协会指数( ISI )显示,瑞典已经超过美国成为全球信息革命的领头羊。

Even though the revolution of 1932 abolished the absolute monarchy, he holds the title aneknikon samoson sommut, cclaimed by the masses of the people.
他成为自 1782年以来统治泰国的查克里王朝第九位君主。尽管 1932年的革命运动废除了君主专制政,他仍然拥有受人民大众拥戴的君主这个称号。

Five leaders of the country's wired revolution talk about how the Web is inspiring entrepreneurs, transforming the economy and testing official attitudes toward information.

The Internet is a revolution, especially for these poor, old state enterprises.

The future may depend on whether it can start another revolution.

As the digital revolution weaves its way through old-economy business, it begins to play to those strengths.

The Americans who helped rebuild Japan after World War II supported a Japanese manufacturing revolution because the U.S. needed the country to serve as a strong bulwark against communism.

Back in the 1820s, did the English wine judges of the Society of Arts suspect they were attending the birth of a revolution?
早在 19世纪 20年代的时候,技艺协会的英国葡萄酒评酒员是否意识到他们目睹了一场革命的诞生呢?

Besides delicious tea, prior to the Cultural Revolution these historic teahouses hosted lively conversations.

Yet only 10% of the building's floor area is being used. The rest is space to grow, here for the ongoing e-commerce revolution.
然而目前该仓库的利用率仅为 10%,剩下的场地是为发展中的电子商务革命准备的。

The telecommunications revolution is already taking shape around the globe.

If you 're an eager 28-year-old business-school graduate and you believe the Internet is going to be bigger than the Industrial Revolution, why not try to become Henry Ford? If you 're an entrepreneur, why waste your time in the old world, worrying about manufacturing things when you can put your company online in three months?
如果你是一位 28岁、满腔热忱的商学院毕业生,你相信互联网带来的变革将超过工业革命,那又何妨做一个亨利 ( FW) 福特式的人物呢?如果你是一位创业者,完全可以在三个月内成立自己的在线公司,又何必在旧的世界里浪费时间,为制造产品费神呢?

It's too early to call this a full-scale revolution: there are still plenty of people who follow and support the old ways.

Over the past two decades, Alzheimer's research has exploded to such an extent that a revolution in treatment seems likely.
在过去的 20年里,科学家们对早老性痴呆病进行了大规模的研究,一场疗法的变革有可能即将到来。

"( Alexander ) McQueen and ( John ) Galliano were the impetus for this current revolution in couture, " says Marcus von Ackermann, fashion director of French Vogue.
[ 亚历山大· ] 麦克奎恩和 [ 约翰 7] 加利阿诺是发起这场革命的动力。法国《时尚》杂志时装评论部主任马库斯·冯·阿克曼说。

Several current best sellers including a new edition of the " diet revolution " by Dr. Robert C. Atkins of 1970s and new book called Sugar Busters ! by some very clever businessmen and a doctor.
现在市面上有几本减肥方面的书非常畅销,其中包括最新出版的罗伯特·阿特金斯医生撰写于 70年代的《饮食革命》,以及一本由几位很有经营头脑的商人和一名医生撰写的《告别糖7

From networked cars that guide themselves to driver's-seat e-mail, there's an auto revolution heading your way.

An automobile revolution is coming our way.

At the center of the automobile revolution is the joining of the car and the Internet.

He goes on a long, breathless riff:
" I mean, I love this.
I could do this for the rest of my life.
If you can be part of the next big revolution - man, that's a trip ! "

Anyone who has followed recent historical literature can testify to the revolution that is taking place in historical studies.

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。

Unless they succeed, the yield gains of the Green Revolution will be largely lost even if the genes in legumes that equip those plants to enter into a symbiosis with nitrogen fixers are identified and isolated, and even if the transfer of those gene complexes, once they are found, becomes possible.
除非他们能取得成功,不然的话,绿色革命的产量收益将在很大程度上损失殆尽,即使豆科植物中使这些植物有条件进入到与固氮细菌共生关系的基因可被辨识出来和分离开来的话,且即使这些基因综合体(gene complex),一旦被发现之后,其移植得以成为可能的话。

A long-held view of the history of the English colonies that became the United States has been that England's policy toward these colonies before 1763 was dictated by commercial interests and that a change to a more imperial policy, dominated by expansionist militarist objectives, generated the tensions that ultimately led to the American Revolution.

According to Webb, England already had a military imperial policy for more than a century before the American Revolution.

Webb's study illuminates the political alignments that existed in the colonies in the century prior to the American Revolution, but his view of the crown's use of the military as an instrument of colonial policy is not entirely convincing.

Griffith's introduction of the American- made multireel picture began an immense revolution.

Leaders of Vietnam's ruling Communist Party looked on as soldiers marched with red flags to South Vietnam's old presidential palace, where tanks of the victorious invaders smashed through the gates on April 30, 1975. The city was renamed Ho Chi Minh City, after the late leader of the communist revolution, the next year.

A short while later, the skies of Kiev were filled with fireworks and the near constant echo of car horns honking in support of Mr. Yushchenko, in scenes eerily reminiscent of Georgias peaceful Rose Revolution. But not far from the central square, a different scene unfolds. Hundreds of large trucks are barricaded outside the entire perimeter of Central Election Commission headquarters. And nearby, some one thousand special police in full riot gear were unloading as the midnight hour approached. The only thing noticeably absent from Kiev's streets are any signs of Yanukovych supporters.

Revolution counters, production counters, taximeters, mileometers, pedometers and the like; s

Revolution counters

revolution 绕转,旋转,转数

Green revolution 绿色革命

Green revolution 绿色革命

maximum revolutions of output shaft 输出轴最大转数

revolution speed 转速

revolution speed check table 转速校验台

revolution speed transducer 转速传感器

strong magnetic film revolution speed transducer 强磁性薄膜式转速传感器

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