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recommendation 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Noun
/ˌrekəmənˈdāSHən/,/-ˌmen-/,
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recommendations, plural;
  1. A suggestion or proposal as to the best course of action, esp. one put forward by an authoritative body
    • - the committee put forward forty recommendations for change
  2. The action of recommending something or someone
    • - he selected his staff by personal recommendation

  1. something (as a course of action) that is recommended as advisable
  2. something that recommends (or expresses commendation of) a person or thing as worthy or desirable
  3. any quality or characteristic that gains a person a favorable reception or acceptance or admission; "her pleasant personality is already a recommendation"; "his wealth was not a passport into the exclusive circles of society"
  4. A recommendation in the European Union, according to Article 288 of the Treaty on European Union (formerly Article 249 TEC), is one of two kinds of non-binding acts cited in the Treaty of Rome.
  5. (Recommendations) Recommender systems, recommendation systems or recommendation engines form or work from a specific type of information filtering system technique that attempts to recommend information items (films, television, video on demand, music , books, news, images, web pages, etc) that ...
  6. (Recommendations) Actions the internal auditor believes necessary to correct existing conditions or improve operations.
  7. (recommendations) Suggestions for the next actions a client could take based on the conclusions of market research.
  8. (Recommendations (References)) Forms or letters sent as part of the college application by a teacher or other person who knows the applicant well and can comment on characteristics such as academic promise, character, motivation, intellectual curiosity, and achievement. ...
  9. (Recommendations) Recommended daily allowances (RDAs) are defined as the levels of intake of essential nutrients that, on the basis of scientific knowledge, the Food and Nutrition Board judges to be adequate to meet the known nutrient needs of practically all healthy persons.
  10. (Recommendations) Suggested best practices that may be used in the planning and construction of public school buildings.
  11. (Recommendations) The remedy that the Appeals Committee determines to be fair and appropriate following its review of the issues of the appeal. Recommendations are then submitted to the Vice President of Human Resources (HRSVP) or designated Senior Official for decision (paragraph 9.01 to SR 9.03).
  12. (Recommendations) The stage in the research process during which the alternative approach to best solve a problem or issue is presented.
  13. (Recommendations) actions for consideration resulting from the assessment or evaluation that go beyond simply forming judgments about the efficacy of an instructional activity , innovation or program . ...
  14. (Recommendations) advice, instructions that should be followed
  15. (Recommendations) for serving, or for adjustments from other cooks’ commentaries
  16. Analyst statement regarding the future prospects of a particular stock's prices.
  17. A formal act of the COP which is weaker than a decision or a resolution, and is not binding on Parties to the Convention.
  18. A letter or statement written by an alumna to the chapter of her sorority on this campus recommending a potential member for bid offering. It is the responsibility of the sorority to obtain the “recs.,” but the potential member may also ask an alumna to write a letter.
  19. A personal letter of reference provided by an alumna of a national sorority to the local chapter of her sorority. Letters of recommendation do NOT guarantee a bid from any sorority.
  20. The World Wide Web Consortium (W3C) title for what is often referred to as a web standard. Because the W3C does not certify anyone, because it has no bylaws or procedures to penalize members for violating Recommendations in their implementations, and because the practices set forth in W3C ...
  21. A written assessment of a student’s aptitudes, abilities, and interests. Recommendations are usually written by teachers, counselors or employers and are used by colleges and universities in the admission process.
  22. When a broker recommends lists to his or her Client.
  23. is the drawing of conclusions and statement of a professional opinion concerning future visitation arrangements and/or child custody determination.
  24. A non-binding decision, which only urges Member States to comply. A Member State cannot be fined for the breach of recommendations.
  25. Most colleges request two or three letters of recommendation when submitting an application for admission. These are generally written by people who know you inside and outside of the classroom (usually an academic teacher and a college advisor/school counselor).