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debris 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/dəˈbrē/,/ˌdā-/,
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debrises, plural;
  1. Scattered fragments, typically of something wrecked or destroyed
    • - the bomb hits it, showering debris from all sides
  2. Loose natural material consisting esp. of broken pieces of rock
    • - a stable arrangement of planets, comets, and debris orbiting the sun
  3. Dirt or refuse
    • - clean away any collected dust or debris

  1. the remains of something that has been destroyed or broken up
  2. Debris is rubble, wreckage, ruins, litter and discarded garbage/refuse/trash, scattered remains of something destroyed, or, in geology, large rock fragments left by a melting glacier etc. The singular form of debris is debris. Depending on context, debris can refer to a number of different things.
  3. Debris is the debut album by electro-industrial project Ayria. It was released in 2003, along with a deluxe edition featuring a bonus disc and alternate packaging.
  4. Debris by Dennis Kelly was produced first at Theatre 503 in London in 2003 before it transferred to Battersea Arts Centre the next year.
  5. Debri is an ethnic minority of South Kurdufan in Sudan. It speaks Dilling, which is a language belonging to the Nubian branch of the Nilo-Saharan languages. Debri is an ethnic group of several thousands.
  6. Alternative spelling of debris
  7. Any solid material exceeding a 60 mm particle size that is intended for disposal and that is a manufactured object, or plant or animal matter, or natural geologic material.
  8. The fragments of something that has been destroyed. Debris is a broader term than rubble, which means the stone and brick fragments.
  9. soft foreign matter attached loosely to the tooth
  10. any fragmented rock material i.e. that produced by weathering or erosion.
  11. Plastic bags, six-pack rings, bottles, rubble, woody debris (e.g., branches and leaves), etc. that when washed into water bodies can choke, suffocate and disable aquatic life such as ducks, fish, turtles, and birds or block the flow of water and cause localized flooding.
  12. Very small bits of rubbish, dust and tiny bits of rock
  13. Scattered, old remains of plants and animals. Underwater, debris found on the bottom may include leaf and stem parts, old mussel shells, sticks, etc. Debris on a forest floor may include dead leaves, pieces of bark, twigs, and nut shells.
  14. Geology: An accumulation of relatively large rock fragments: glacial debris.
  15. The branches and defect logs that remain on-site after a clearfelling operation.
  16. (n.): remains. In this case, the "debris of the winter's flooding" would be drops of water falling from the leaves of the tree.
  17. alternative word to litter, solid waste that has escaped into the environment causing pollution.
  18. Generally solid wastes from natural and man-made sources deposited indiscriminately on land and water. See also detritus, jetsam, litter.
  19. A Canadian band playing rock and metal, our influences include Metallica, KoRn, and the Tragically Hip Rating:0 (Rate site)
  20. Loose material scattered on the road as the result of a crash including: vehicle parts, fluids, and contents of the colliding vehicle.
  21. 1 : In the rainforest, dead vegetation that has fallen to the forest floor  2 : Carelessly discarded refuse or litter  3 : Rough, broken bits of stone, wood, and other materials, often found in a place of destruction
  22. any material including floating wood trash, suspended sediment, or bed load, moved by a flowing stream
  23. The tornado lifts its destruction to great heights before releasing it, so there is always a cloud of debris at the base of the tornado. This gives some color to the funnel because of everything swirling around it.
  24. Removal Clause This clause extends insurance coverage to include the cost of debris removal resulting from damage caused by a covered loss up to a specific limit of loss. The clause is an additional property insurance coverage.
  25. Essential for the on-board Fix-It Crabs to repair Tiny.