compartment / kəmˈpɑrt mənt /


compartment2 个定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. a part or space marked or partitioned off.
  2. a separate room, section, etc.: a baggage compartment.
  3. U.S. Railroads. a private bedroom with toilet facilities.
v. 有主动词 verb
  1. to divide into compartments.

compartment 近义词

n. 名词 noun

section, subdivision


  1. Since they don’t have finger compartments, mittens allow your fingers to share body heat with each other.
  2. Meanwhile, Finer and the other half of the team worked on the tail section, trying to break into the engine compartment.
  3. The compartment of concerns has been stuffed with some nasty new packages, many of which have given me pause — before and during and after the games.
  4. In contrast, in the fungal species Neurospora, the hyphae are divided into compartments, with pores that regulate the flow of water and nutrients.
  5. Close up every compartment of significant transmission for a period of time.
  6. The EFPs were hidden in a compartment under an unassuming-looking house.
  7. “We used to go to the Crimea for two weeks every June,” said the couple sharing our train compartment.
  8. When he learned his official diagnosis—acute compartment syndrome—he mocked it a little.
  9. So Ogorzow was listening in the darkened compartment for the sound of anyone pulling a door open.
  10. They sat across from each other in the otherwise empty train compartment and made small talk.
  11. Delancy opened the glove compartment in the instrument board and took out a pair of field glasses.
  12. One of the gunmen who crouched on the floor of the rear compartment cursed quietly and without interruption for nearly a minute.
  13. Sure enough, a High-Pockets Jones was stepping out of the second compartment of the cabinet.
  14. The ladies, the baby and the maid had a compartment of the sleeping car to themselves and journeyed comfortably enough.
  15. He could take care of him when he got inside, got to that stubby .38 he had slipped into the glove compartment just in case.