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even 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Adjective
/ˈēvən/,
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evenest, superlative; evener, comparative;
  1. Flat and smooth
    • - prepare the site, then lay an even bed of mortar
  2. In the same plane or line; level
    • - run a file along the saw to make all of the teeth even with each other
  3. Having little variation in quality; regular
    • - they traveled at an even and leisurely pace
  4. Equal in number, amount, or value
    • - an even gender balance among staff and students
  5. Equally balanced
    • - it's not an even fight
  6. Exactly equal to a round number; not having any fractions
    • - the Dow Jones ended at an even 10,000
  7. (of a person's temper or disposition) Equable; calm
    • - a man of good humor and even temper
  8. (of a number, such as 2, 6, or 108) Divisible by two without a remainder

  9. Bearing such a number
    • - headers can be placed on odd or even pages or both
Verb
  1. Make or become even
    • - she cut the hair again to even up the ends
Noun
  1. The end of the day; evening
    • - bring it to my house this even
Adverb
  1. Used to emphasize something surprising or extreme
    • - they have never even heard of the U.S
    • - they wore fur hats, even in summer
  2. Used in comparisons for emphasis
    • - he knows even less about it than I do

  1. divisible by two
  2. evening: the latter part of the day (the period of decreasing daylight from late afternoon until nightfall); "he enjoyed the evening light across the lake"
  3. flush: make level or straight; "level the ground"
  4. used as an intensive especially to indicate something unexpected; "even an idiot knows that"; "declined even to consider the idea"; "I don't have even a dollar!"
  5. become even or more even; "even out the surface"
  6. equal in degree or extent or amount; or equally matched or balanced; "even amounts of butter and sugar"; "on even terms"; "it was a fifty-fifty (or even) split"; "had a fifty-fifty (or even) chance"; "an even fight"
  7. Even are an Australian indie rock three-piece fronted by singer/songwriter/guitarist Ashley Naylor, with Matthew Cotter on drums and Wally Kempton (also known as Wally Meanie) on bass and backing vocals. Even formed in Melbourne in 1994 and have played regularly around the live music scene since.
  8. Even is a Brazilian construction and real estate company founded in 2002 and based in São Paulo. Its a company resulting from the combination of the activities of ABC Construtora e Incorporadora and Terepins e Kalili Engenharia e Construções with the goal operating in the areas of ...
  9. Even is a Norwegian form of the name Eivind, coming from Norse Eivindr (and which exists as Eivindur in Iceland) which has its origin in Old Norse words (auja-, -winduR) often interpreted as words for "gift" and "winner". It is a somewhat common name in Norway, but is very rare in other countries.
  10. Even is the Filipino rock band from Baguio City.
  11. The Evens or Eveny (formerly known as the Lamuts a term meaning "ocean people" in Even) (Эвены in Russian) are a people in Siberia and the Russian Far East. They live in some of the regions of the Magadan Oblast and Kamchatka Krai and northern parts of Sakha east of the Lena River. ...
  12. (The Evens) The Evens are a Washington, D.C. punk duo, formed in the fall of 2001, comprising partners Ian MacKaye (of Fugazi, formerly of Minor Threat) and Amy Farina (formerly of The Warmers). ...
  13. Evening; To make flat and level; Flat and level; Without great variation; Equal in proportion, quantity, size, etc; Leaving no remainder when divided by 2; Convenient for rounding other numbers to; for example, ending in a zero; exactly, just, fully; Implying an extreme example in the case ...
  14. (evenly) So as to make flat; In a fair manner; In a manner that leaves no remainder
  15. (Even-Age) A stand of trees, typically a tree farm, that are all the same age; germinated at the same time. Caused by clearcutting and in some ways by fires.
  16. (Evenly) neither gaining nor losing position or distance during a race.
  17. (Evenly) When a horse maintains a relative position behind the leaders throughout the entire race and never offers much of a bid.
  18. (Evenness) The degree of evenness of raw silk panels with approximately the same length as the sizing skein, determined on the basis of incidence of evenness defects by using official standard photographs for evenness and official standard variation photographs. ...
  19. (Evenness) A measure of the similarity, in terms of abundance, of different species in a community. When there are similar proportions of all species then evenness is one, but when the abundances are very dissimilar (some rare and some common species) then the value increases. ...
  20. (Evenness) A term used to desribe how uniform the fleece or lock is in its characteristics.
  21. (Evenness) The component of diversity accounting for the degree to which all species are equal in abundance, as opposed to strong dominance by one or a few species.
  22. (Evenness) the uniformity of abundance between species in a community (Peet 1974:288).
  23. (evenness) mnyam pa nyid, Skt. samata. Also sameness, equality: all things equally have the nature of emptiness.
  24. The evenness of a magic square refers to whether its Order, N, is Odd or Even and if it is Even whether it is Singly Even or Doubly Even.
  25. (Evens) Odds of 1 to 1 (also known as "scotch" or "levels").