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persist 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/pərˈsist/,
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persists, 3rd person singular present; persisted, past participle; persisting, present participle; persisted, past tense;
  1. Continue firmly or obstinately in an opinion or a course of action in spite of difficulty, opposition, or failure
    • - the minority of drivers who persist in drinking
    • - we are persisting with policies that will create jobs for the future
  2. Continue to exist; be prolonged
    • - if the symptoms persist for more than a few days, contact your doctor

  1. prevail: continue to exist; "These stories die hard"; "The legend of Elvis endures"
  2. persevere: be persistent, refuse to stop; "he persisted to call me every night"; "The child persisted and kept asking questions"
  3. stay behind; "The smell stayed in the room"; "The hostility remained long after they made up"
  4. (persistence) continuity: the property of a continuous and connected period of time
  5. (persistence) doggedness: persistent determination
  6. (persistence) perseverance: the act of persisting or persevering; continuing or repeating behavior; "his perseveration continued to the point where it was no longer appropriate"
  7. Persist is a Java-based ORM/DAO tool. It provides only the minimal amount of functionalities necessary to map objects or maps from database queries and to statement parameters.
  8. (Persistence (linguistics)) In linguistics, persistence (as defined by Paul Hopper), refers to one of the five principles by which you can detect grammaticalization while it is taking place. The other four are: layering, divergence, specialization, and de-categorialization.
  9. (Persistence (log canoe)) The Persistence is a Chesapeake Bay log canoe, built in the 1890s, possibly by John B. Harrison in Tilghman, Maryland. She measures 32'-4 1/2" long, with a beam of 6'-11 1/2" and is double-ended with no longhead on her bow. ...
  10. (Persistence (programming)) Persistence in computer science refers to the characteristic of state that outlives the process that created it. Without this capability, state would only exist in RAM, and would be lost when this RAM loses power, such as a computer shutdown.
  11. To go on stubbornly or resolutely; To repeat an utterance; To continue to exist; To cause to persist; make permanent
  12. (persistence) The property of being persistent; Of data, continuing to exist after the execution of the program; Referring to the previous day's weather (particularly temperature and precipitation statistics)
  13. (persistence) The ability of the Object COBOL run-time system to remember the state of all objects in the system between runs. It does this by storing all objects in an indexed file. Persistence is an Early Release feature of Object COBOL.
  14. Display persistence is unit of time required for the phosphor in a CRT display to lose all of its charge.
  15. (persistence) Ability of an organism to remain in a particular setting for a period of time after it is introduced.
  16. (persistence) A term often used in object-oriented technology to describe data that is stored in a static medium, such as a disk file or database. The data is said to "persist" even after the application that created it is no longer in memory. ...
  17. (persistence) In a monitor, the quality of the phosphor chemical that indicates how long the glow caused by the electrons striking the phosphor will remain onscreen.
  18. (Persistence) Refers to the length of time a compound stays in the environment, once introduced.
  19. (PERSISTENCE) When the pain is always present.
  20. (PERSISTENCE) means that a substance resists natural degradation, builds up over time in the environment, and can be distributed globally on currents of wind and water.
  21. (Persistence) (collection of essays, co-edited with Roxanne Kurtz) forthcoming, MIT Press 2005.
  22. (Persistence) A student who continues to re-enroll toward an academic goal.
  23. (Persistence) A substance's tendency to remain chemically active for a long time.
  24. (Persistence) A way to access data in database through a business model instead of manually using low-level APIs like JDBC. Also know as Object-relational mapping (ORM) when connected to relational databases (RDBMS). ...
  25. (Persistence) Group Chat feature that enables Group Chat content to be retained after the end of a Group Chat session and accessed on an ongoing basis.