augmentation / ˌɔg mɛnˈteɪ ʃən /


augmentation 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. the act of augmenting; state of being augmented.
  2. that by which anything is augmented.
  3. Music. modification of a theme by increasing the time value of all its notes.
  4. Heraldry. an addition to a coat of arms granted to a person by a sovereign power in recognition of a notable action.

augmentation 近义词

n. 名词 noun

making greater; improving


  1. Using ground-based augmentation, it can get down to millimeter-level accuracy.
  2. Both BeiDou and GPS rely heavily on ground-based augmentation to boost positioning accuracy to the centimeter level.
  3. Personal augmentation systems that help people thrive as they age.
  4. Wendy later tells Kevin that her parents weighed her weekly and that, following an “exhausting” struggle to control her weight, she has decided to get breast augmentation and liposuction.
  5. We felt like we could build this new generation of developer tools and get to Michael Jordan’s vision of intelligent augmentation, which is giving creatives tools where they can be a lot more productive.
  6. The brochure, I later learned, was not for breast augmentation‚ but breast reconstruction.
  7. In 2010, at 18 years old, she drew criticism for undergoing a $5,000 breast-augmentation surgery, going from an A-cup to a C-cup.
  8. The cost of breast augmentation varies, but $5,000 is a representative figure.
  9. In Germany, she was accused of 19 counts of fraud, including skipping out on a $10,000 bill for breast augmentation surgery.
  10. The judges appear to have done their best to find a good-taste beauty queen (i.e., not the biggest breast augmentation).
  11. They would not, he thought, be much alarmed by any augmentation of power which the Emperor might obtain.
  12. The augmentation, or diminution, of its size, is caused by the care taken to unite the great with the small individuals.
  13. The next day a royal message to parliament announced the augmentation of the navy.
  14. It includes but two formul: Either instinct is a fructification of intelligence; or intelligence is an augmentation of instinct.
  15. I hope you will find no great difficulty in procuring the small augmentation to the loan which it requires.