compass 的 3 个定义
- an instrument for determining directions, as by means of a freely rotating magnetized needle that indicates magnetic north.
- the enclosing line or limits of any area; perimeter: You can find anything you want downtown within the compass of ten square blocks.
- space within limits; area; extent; range; scope: the narrow compass of the strait; the broad compass of the novel.
- curved; forming a curve or arc: a compass timber; compass roof.
- to go or move round; make the circuit of: It would take a week to compass his property on foot.
- to extend or stretch around; hem in; surround; encircle: An old stone wall compasses their property.
- to attain or achieve; accomplish; obtain.
- I fundamentally feel that the Gallaudet Board of Trustees has lost its way and its moral compass.
- It also includes a compass and flashlight, so it makes getting lost almost impossible.
- Under Tomé’s watch, the shipping giant is resetting its compass and choosing its path with care.
- Using just a depth-sensing camera, GPS, and compass data, it learned to enter a space much as a human would, and find the shortest possible path to its destination without wrong turns, backtracking, or exploration.
- While this “rectangular peg problem” seems like the kind of question a high school geometry student might settle with a ruler and compass, it has resisted mathematicians’ best efforts for decades.
- Muscovites call their favorite station “Ukho Moskvy” (Ear of Moscow) and see it as an institution, a compass for society.
- He repeated it again, slowly: “He has no values…He has no moral compass whatsoever.”
- It radiates her inner light and compass, her disregard for status quo.
- He goes on to compass the very nature of memory by way of considering how we memorialize mass death.
- Boyd does have a moral compass—not yours or mine—but he does have one.
- She habitually ate chocolates for their sustaining quality; they contained much nutriment in small compass, she said.
- The manual compass on these organs seldom extended higher than f2 or g3, though it often went down to GG.
- Later it was extended to F, 30 notes, which is the compass generally found in England.
- This was the point of compass revealed by the astrologer as most favourable to the young candidate for manly honours.
- With the exception of the Celestes, which go down to FF only, every stop is complete, of full compass.