# mathematical

[ˌmæθə'mætɪkl] [ˌmæθə'mætɪkl] • 释义
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• adj. 数学的；精确的；可能性极小的
双解释义
adj. (形容词)
1. 数学的,数学上的

of or using mathematics

2. 精确的

exact; precise

英英释义
Adjective:
1. of or pertaining to or of the nature of mathematics;

"a mathematical textbook"
"slide rules and other mathematical instruments"
"a mathematical solution to a problem"
"mathematical proof"

2. relating to or having ability to think in or work with numbers;

"tests for rating numerical aptitude"
"a mathematical whiz"

3. beyond question;

"a mathematical certainty"

4. statistically possible though highly improbable;

"have a mathematical chance of making the playoffs"

5. characterized by the exactness or precision of mathematics;

"mathematical precision"

• 例句
用作形容词 (adj.)
1. He's deeply engrossed in mathematical research.
他醉心于数学的研究。
2. It is important not to be overawed by the mathematical jargon.
要紧的是不要被数学的术语所吓倒。
3. Both rely on mathematical calculations to determine the location from which a positron or photon was emitted.
这两种成像方法均依靠精确的计算来决定正电子或光于发射的位置。
4. The accurate mathematical model of WIM is difficult to establish because WIM's parameters change with time when they work.
摘要动态称重系统在测量的过程中为一时变系统，难以对称重系统建立精确的数学模型。
5. The team has only a mathematical chance to win the championship.
这个队赢得冠军的可能性极小。
常见句型
用作形容词 (adj.)
用作定语
～+ n.
1. He is unusually adept in mathematical calculations.
他非常精通数学计算。
2. It is very convenient to have mathematical tables.
有数学用表很方便。
3. She is a mathematical genius.
她是个数学天才。
4. He has a mathematical mind.
他有数学头脑。
经典引文
• A theory conducted throughout with mathematical precision.

出自： Coleridge

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• 词源解说
• ☆ 直接源自拉丁语的mathematicus，意为学会。
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