process
  • US /ˈprɑsˌɛs, ˈproˌsɛs/
  • UK /prə'ses/
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解釋
  • v. 用電腦處理(資料); (依照規定程序)處理; 處理; 流程; 加工;
  • n. (規定的)程序; 過程;進程;
例句
  • The computer will process the data and give us a result
  • We will process your home loan application this week
  • Boiling the food will process it enough for making jam
  • In order to process your claim, you must complete this form
  • The machine can process 5,000 apples an hour into cans
  • It was a long process to get permission to take her out of the country
  • The process of growing from a baby to an adult takes about 18 years
  1. 1. Do something, (or at least pretend to). 2. Method of doing something, (or at least pretending to). 3. To chop or mix ingredients as in a food processor. 4. To compute.
    If this blasted computer doesn't stop pretending to process stuff and find some process for completing the process I assigned it, I'm going to put its processor into a blender and process it but good!
  2. the obstacles and struggles one goes through to become a professional in his/her field of work.
    Football players go through a major PROcess to become incredibley talented.
  3. To change the structural integrity of and object so as to render it incapable of containing mass. This is usually accomplished by a sudden, violent force, such as an explosion, or having the object struck by a hollow-point bullet travelling at extremely high velocities.
    We are going out to the firing range to process some watermelons with our 50 calibre rifles.