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phrase 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/frāz/,
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phrases, plural;
  1. Put into a particular form of words
    • - it's important to phrase the question correctly
  2. Divide (music) into phrases in a particular way, esp. in performance
    • - original phrasing brought out unexpected aspects of the music
Noun
  1. A small group of words standing together as a conceptual unit, typically forming a component of a clause

  2. An idiomatic or short pithy expression
    • - his favorite phrase is “it's a pleasure.”
  3. A group of notes forming a distinct unit within a longer passage

  4. A group of steps within a longer sequence or dance


  1. an expression consisting of one or more words forming a grammatical constituent of a sentence
  2. give voice: put into words or an expression; "He formulated his concerns to the board of trustees"
  3. a short musical passage
  4. divide, combine, or mark into phrases; "phrase a musical passage"
  5. idiom: an expression whose meanings cannot be inferred from the meanings of the words that make it up
  6. dance movements that are linked in a single choreographic sequence
  7. In grammar, a phrase is a group of words functioning as a single unit in the syntax of a sentence.
  8. Fencing practice and techniques of modern competitive fencing are governed by the FIE, though they developed from conventions developed in 18th- and 19th-century Europe to govern fencing as a martial art and a gentlemanly pursuit. The modern weapons for sport fencing are the foil, épée, and sabre.
  9. A musical ' (φράση' — sentence, expression, see also strophe) is a unit of musical meter that has a complete musical sense of its own, built from figures, motifs, and cells and combining to form melodies, periods and larger sections; or the length in which a singer or instrumentalist can play ...
  10. Harley Webster (born 1981)—better known as Phrase—is an Australian hip hop MC, originating from Melbourne, Victoria.
  11. are (keyword phrases) are combination of keywords than are descriptive of your website content category and are optimized to those words that a typical web searcher may use when searching for content.
  12. (Phrases) A phrase is a section of music that is relatively self contained and coherent over a medium time scale. In common practice, phrases are often four to eight bars long.
  13. (Phrases) TRIM does not search for phrases except when searching by document content.  For example, if you search for title = blue sky, TRIM will search for records containing both the word blue and the word sky in the title; but not necessarily together.
  14. (Phrases) The following list and explanations explain most of the common phrases which may be used in message texts;
  15. (Phrases) There are no commonly used phrases that unite all Daoists.
  16. (Phrases) are groups of words without a verb. An example would be "on the table".
  17. (phrases) strings of pre-defined (for each lesson, within the HTML) text that can be easily accessed by the instructor during the lesson and can be written anywhere on the screen.
  18. Phrases is a simple, but crazy popular app that gives you a quote of the day and also allows you to publish your own to your personal network.
  19. A group of words not containing a subject and its verb (eg on the table, the girl in a red dress).
  20. a term which designates a musical thought (akin to a clause or sentence in language); phrases end with cadences, a kind of musical punctuation in which the musical tension is released.
  21. A string of words can often act as an exact grammatical substitute for a single word; such a string is called a 'phrase'. Thus e.g. ...
  22. A small section of a composition comprising a musical thought. Comparable to a sentence in language.
  23. A melodic idea that acts as a complete thought, something like a sentence.  A melody will contain many phrases, just like a story contains many sentences.  This melody has four phrases.
  24. Enter a word or phrase to include and click Add. Do this for each phrase to include until your list is complete. These phrases, when found in the content, affect whether the content is considered suspicious.
  25. A relatively short portion of a melodic line which expresses a musical idea, comparable to a line or sentence in poetry.