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phantom 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˈfantəm/,
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phantoms, plural;
  1. A ghost
    • - a phantom who haunts lonely roads
    • - the centrist and conservative parties were mere phantoms in 1943
    • - a phantom ship
  2. A figment of the imagination
    • - he tried to clear the phantoms from his head and grasp reality
    • - the women suffered from phantom pain that no physician could ever find
  3. Denoting a financial arrangement or transaction that has been invented for fraudulent purposes but that does not really exist
    • - he diverted an estimated $1,500,000 into “phantom” bank accounts
  4. Denoting something, esp. something illegal, that is done by an unknown person
    • - a series of phantom withdrawals from cash machines

  1. something apparently sensed but having no physical reality; "seemed to hear faint phantom bells"; "the amputee's illusion of a phantom limb"
  2. apparition: a ghostly appearing figure; "we were unprepared for the apparition that confronted us"
  3. Phantom (1922) is a silent film that was directed by F. W. Murnau the same year Murnau directed Nosferatu. It is an example of German Expressionist film and has a surreal, dreamlike quality. ...
  4. Phantom (theatrical release name: Phantom Pailey) is a 2002 Malayalam action film directed by Biju Varkey. It starred Mammootty in the title role.
  5. The Phantom was a controversial video game console that was allegedly under development by Phantom Entertainment, formerly Infinium Labs. ...
  6. The following is the episode list of the Nickelodeon animated television series, Danny Phantom, created by Butch Hartman. It first aired on April 2, 2004, April. 8, 2004 and ended on May 25, 2007, August. 15, 2007. ...
  7. This is a list of characters in the MÄR series developed and designed by Nobuyuki Anzai.
  8. Phantom, is a musical with music and lyrics by Maury Yeston and a book by Arthur Kopit. Based on Gaston Leroux's 1910 novel The Phantom of the Opera, the musical was first presented in Houston, Texas in 1991.
  9. (Phantoms) Ghostly images said to be a side-effect of DETH reactors. Completely ethereal, scientists and theologians debate their level of existence and intelligence. ...
  10. (Phantoms) Incorporeal apparitions that are tied to a specific location and do not seem to have any real intelligence. They are often compared to a video recording, playing over the same scenes over and over again with only minor variations and always the same outcome. ...
  11. (Phantoms) Quality control device used in verifying radiotherapy doses within patients
  12. (Phantoms) a spirit which may be sensed, heard, or experienced, but perhaps not seen
  13. (Phantoms) are a dropship aircraft similar to the human Pelican dropship. The Phantom replaced the original Covenant dropship and was introduced in Halo 2. Like the Pelican and the original dropship, they are not player-controllable, nor can they be shot down. ...
  14. (phantoms) Crystals are formed in layers over millions of years.  During its growth, particles of some different substance or substances, usually a mineral, were deposited in one or more adjacent atomic (growth) planes, producing an outline of the former crystal, parallel to the faces or to the ...
  15. Phantoms are the subjects of the Dragon, and the inhabitants of the Waters and the Penumbras. All of them share the same fictitious characteristic, but in a confused state can have more power that actual reality. ...
  16. An item with an identifying product number that is not normally built and then stocked, but is immediately used in the next stage of production. ...
  17. An illustration showing the exterior of an object as if it were transparent, while revealing interior detailing.
  18. Another term for a ghost. Yet another word for a ghost is spectre.
  19. (1)A Covenant vehicle seen more often in halo 2 and 3.(2)The second term states the legend of The Phantom, One of the greatest modders of all time.
  20. An apparition or specter. Existing only as an energy form.
  21. a defensive player claiming a touch when no touch had in fact been made. Frowned upon by the vast majority of players. A “yes/no” call is also regarded as a phantom. If spotted a phantom call results in a penalty, forced sub or sin bin.
  22. A row that matches the search criteria of a previous transaction but is not initially seen until that transaction is reexecuted. See also dirty read and nonrepeatable read.
  23. This phantom is the phallus that appeared in the house of Tarchetius [see also Tarchetius]. And after consorting with this phallus Tarchetius' Maid, so they say, gave birth to Romulus and Remus 1 [Plu.Rom.2.3ff.].
  24. A reference standard used to verify the performance of medical diagnostic ultrasound systems.