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roam 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/rōm/,
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roamed, past tense; roams, 3rd person singular present; roaming, present participle; roamed, past participle;
  1. Move about or travel aimlessly or unsystematically, esp. over a wide area
    • - tigers once roamed over most of Asia
    • - roaming elephants
  2. Travel unsystematically over, through, or around (a place)
    • - gangs of youths roamed the streets unopposed
  3. (of a person's eyes or hands) Pass lightly over something without stopping
    • - her eyes roamed over the chattering women
    • - he let his eyes roam her face
  4. (of a person's mind or thoughts) Drift along without dwelling on anything in particular
    • - he let his mind roam as he walked
  5. Move from site to site on (the Internet); browse

Noun
  1. An aimless walk


  1. roll: move about aimlessly or without any destination, often in search of food or employment; "The gypsies roamed the woods"; "roving vagabonds"; "the wandering Jew"; "The cattle roam across the prairie"; "the laborers drift from one town to the next"; "They rolled from town to town"
  2. "Roam" was the fourth single from The B-52's' 1989 hit album Cosmic Thing, following "(Shake That) Cosmic Thing", "Channel Z" and "Love Shack". Roam was a number-three hit on the Billboard Hot 100 singles chart in January 1990. ...
  3. Real-time optimally adapting mesh (ROAM), is a continuous level of detail algorithm that optimizes terrain meshes. ...
  4. The Town of Banff, in Banff National Park in Alberta's Rockies, Canada, launched a new rebranded local bus system called Roam in June 2008. There are three routes in the summer connecting the town, Tunnel Mountain, the Banff Springs Hotel, and the Banff Gondola. ...
  5. (Roaming) In wireless telecommunications, roaming is a general term referring to the extension of connectivity service in a location that is different from the home location where the service was registered. ...
  6. To wander or travel freely and with no specific destination; To use a network or service from different locations or devices
  7. (roaming) An instance of wandering; The ability to use a cell phone outside of its original registering zone; The use of a network or service from different locations or devices
  8. (Roaming) Using your wireless phone in an area outside its home coverage area. There is usually an additional charge for roaming.
  9. (Roaming) The ability to make and receive calls and SMS on the same mobile phone when travelling outside the area of the home network operator.
  10. (Roaming) When traveling outside their carrier’s local service area, roaming allows users to continue to make and receive calls when operating in another carrier’s service coverage area.
  11. (Roaming) A service offered by mobile communications network operators which allows a subscriber to use his/her radio or phone while in the service area of another carrier. ...
  12. (Roaming) 1. The ability to move between cells of the same network. 2. The ability to use a cellular phone outside one’s providers’ home service area. Providers often set up Roaming Agreements with other providers in different geographic locations. ...
  13. (ROAMING) The use of a wireless phone outside of the "home" service area defined by a service provider. Higher per-minute rates are usually charged for calls made or received while roaming. Long distance rates and a daily access fee may also apply.
  14. (roaming) A feature of a wireless WLAN card that enables wireless clients to move through a facility while maintaining an unbroken connection to the wireless network.
  15. (Roaming) The feature which automatically allows a mobile phone to set up communications with different radio base stations while the operator is travelling. International roaming allows the operator to use other networks when travelling abroad. ...
  16. (Roaming) The ability to move seamlessly from one area of Wi-Fi or cellular phone coverage to another with no loss in connectivity. ...
  17. Roaming refers to when a user is outside of their ‘home’ network/service area/or on another carrier. The most common example of when this occurs is travelling to another country. If the consumer is … [read more]
  18. (Roaming) Taking your mobile phone abroad.
  19. (Roaming) Using a cellular telephone outside the user's home system. Roaming usually incurs extra charges.
  20. (7. Roaming) Roaming means that your phone is unable to locate the wireless carrier provider (Verizon, US Cellular) and instead uses another network (US Cellular roams on Sprint when the phone can not find a US Cellular signal). ...
  21. (ROAMING) Making or receiving calls (or using wireless data services) outside your home airtime rate area. Additional fees may apply, depending on your calling plan.
  22. (Roaming) A service allowing cellular subscribers to use their handsets on networks of other operators.
  23. (Roaming) Ability of a mobile phone user to travel from one cell to another, with complete communications continuity. Roaming is supported by a cellular network of radio base stations. It also is roaming is also the term given for inter-network operability, i.e. ...
  24. (Roaming) An arrangement whereby a mobile handset is be recognized by networks other than that of the issuer (notably for subscribers traveling abroad). See GSM.
  25. (Roaming) Online faxes can be sent and received from anywhere in the world at anytime.