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trigger 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈtrigər/,
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triggers, plural;
  1. Cause (an event or situation) to happen or exist
    • - an allergy can be triggered by stress or overwork
  2. Cause (a device) to function

Noun
  1. A small device that releases a spring or catch and so sets off a mechanism, esp. in order to fire a gun
    • - he pulled the trigger of the shotgun
  2. An event or thing that causes something to happen
    • - the trigger for the strike was the closure of a mine

  1. gun trigger: lever that activates the firing mechanism of a gun
  2. trip: put in motion or move to act; "trigger a reaction"; "actuate the circuits"
  3. a device that activates or releases or causes something to happen
  4. release or pull the trigger on; "Trigger a gun"
  5. an act that sets in motion some course of events
  6. A plastic material is any of a wide range of synthetic or semi-synthetic organic amorphous solids used in the manufacture of industrial products. Plastics are typically polymers of high molecular mass, and may contain other substances to improve performance and/or reduce costs. ...
  7. A database trigger is procedural code that is automatically executed in response to certain events on a particular table or view in a database. The trigger is mostly used for keeping the integrity of the information on the database. ...
  8. Trigger is an EP by the Swedish melodic death metal band In Flames, released in 2003 from their 2002 album, Reroute to Remain.
  9. A trigger is a mechanism that actuates the firing sequence of firearms, or a power tool. Triggers almost universally consist of levers or buttons actuated by the index finger. Rare variations use the thumb or weak fingers to actuate the trigger. ...
  10. Trigger (1932–3 July 1965) was a 15.3 hands (63 in; 1.60 m) golden palomino, made famous in American Western films with his owner/rider, cowboy star Roy Rogers. He was originally named Golden Cloud. ...
  11. Austronesian alignment, commonly known as the Philippine- or Austronesian-type voice system, is a typologically unusual morphosyntactic alignment that combines features of ergative and accusative languages. ...
  12. A finger-operated lever used to fire a gun; A similar device used to activate any mechanism; An event that initiates others, or incites a response; A pulse in an electronic circuit that initiates some component; An SQL procedure that may be initiated when a record is inserted, updated or ...
  13. (triggered) Describing something that has a trigger, that reacts to some specific condition
  14. (Triggered) These abilities are in play once certain conditions are met.
  15. (Triggered) This refers to an effect that's not implemented using only hardcoded methods, instead it's created with help from the scripting language of WarCraft III. ...
  16. (triggered) Electrical current is sent from the pacemaker generator to the myocardium to cause the depolarization of the myocardial tissue.
  17. (triggering) Using a lure-retrieval technique that causes a sport-fish to react and strike. For instance, quickly speeding up a retrieve and then stopping. Can also referred to as causing a reaction bite.
  18. (Triggering) Intermitting squeezing and releasing of a spray gun trigger. Can cause surging in the powder equipment.
  19. (Triggering) The act of causing a fish to bite / strike a lure or live bait.
  20. Triggers, sometimes called risk symptoms or warning signs, are indications that a risk has occurred or is about to occur.  Triggers may be discovered in the risk identification process and watched in the risk monitoring and control process.
  21. (Triggers) things that cause a migraine to start
  22. (Triggers) factors that can provoke allergic reactions or asthma episodes, including allergens and irritants.
  23. (Triggers) A pre-programmed signal, which is seen (as color) or heard (word, phrase or sound) or the sense that “triggers” a specific response.
  24. (TRIGGERS) A wide variety of foods, drugs, environmental cues, and personal events are known to trigger migraines. It is not known how most triggers set off the events of migraine, nor why individual migraine sufferers are affected by particular triggers but not others.
  25. (TRIGGERS) these can either be internal or external factors that can cause a migraine. What affects one person may not affect another. ...