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phenomenon 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/fəˈnäməˌnän/,/-nən/,
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phenomena, plural;
  1. A fact or situation that is observed to exist or happen, esp. one whose cause or explanation is in question
    • - glaciers are unique and interesting natural phenomena
  2. A remarkable person, thing, or event

  3. The object of a person's perception; what the senses or the mind notice


  1. any state or process known through the senses rather than by intuition or reasoning
  2. a remarkable development
  3. A phenomenon (from Greek φαινόμενoν), plural phenomena or phenomenons, is any observable occurrence. In popular usage, a phenomenon often refers to an extraordinary event. ...
  4. Phenomenon is a 1996 drama, romance, and fantasy film written by Gerald Di Pego, directed by Jon Turteltaub, and starring John Travolta, Kyra Sedgwick, Forest Whitaker, and Robert Duvall.
  5. Phenomenon is the seventh full-length original album by rapper LL Cool J. After the success of his previous release Mr. Smith, the same basic principles are followed here, with several R&B-influenced tracks, and a couple of more hardcore Rap tracks. ...
  6. "Phenomenon" was the first single by LL Cool J from his seventh album Phenomenon. It was released on October 14, 1997. It samples the song "Who Is He And What Is He To You" by Creative Source. On the B-Side was Hot Hot Hot. It interpolates bits of Liquid Liquid's song "Cavern".
  7. Phenomenon is the second studio album by Christian rock band Thousand Foot Krutch, and their first project on Tooth & Nail Records. The album was released on September 30, 2003. ...
  8. Phenomenon is a competition show judged by mystifier Uri Geller and illusionist Criss Angel and hosted by Tim Vincent which debuted live on Wednesday, October 24, 2007 on NBC. ...
  9. An observable fact or occurrence or a kind of observable fact or occurrence; Appearance; a perceptible aspect of something that is mutable; A fact or event considered very unusual, curious, or astonishing by those who witness it; A wonderful or very remarkable person or thing; An experienced ...
  10. (Phenomena) Manifestation of spirit presence of either a physical or mental  nature. Consists of prophecy, clairvoyance, clairaudience, clairsentience, healing, visions, trance, apports, levitation, raps, automatic writings and paintings and psychometry.
  11. (Phenomena) Observed or apparent objects, facts, or occurrences.
  12. (Phenomena) That which holds its own entity. In general, this is synonymous with object of knowledge and refers to all existents. In the context of the self-grasping of persons and of phenomena, however, “phenomena” refers to all existents other than persons.
  13. (Phenomena) The basis of symptoms
  14. (Phenomena) Unusual occurrances that either can't be explained, or are explained by paranormal means.
  15. (Phenomena) a treatise on spherical astronomy, survives in Greek; it is quite similar to On the Moving Sphere by Autolycus of Pitane, who flourished around 310 BC.
  16. (Phenomena) that which appears to the senses.
  17. (phenomena (dhammas)) under this heading we systematically contemplate all elements of direct experience in terms of sets of central teachings that the Buddha developed in list form, starting with the five hindrances, and ending with the four ennobling truths. ...
  18. (phenomena (n)) Events or circumstances evident to the senses and possible to describe scientifically
  19. (phenomena) (e.g., nuclear medicine, industrial applications)
  20. (phenomena) Things, events, happenings: everything in the universe. Noumenon is the principle or essence and is perceived through intuition or thought while phenomena is the event or form and is perceived through the senses. Noumenon is the theory: Phenomena is the reality.
  21. (phenomena) arise (see "emergence", "rare events"...).
  22. A phenomena ontology is used to define transient events. A phenomenon crosses bounds of other ontology elements. Examples include: hurricane, earthquake, El Nino, volcano, terrorist event, and each has associated Time, Space, EarthRealms, NonLivingElements, LivingElements, etc. ...
  23. the object of knowledge, viewed empirically, in its fully knowable state (i.e., conditioned by space and time and the categories). (Cf. noumenon.)
  24. a fact, occurrence or circumstance. Route 10, George Washington National Forest, and Chesterfield County are all phenomena.
  25. n.  fact or occurrence, esp in nature or society, that can be perceived by the senses