control / kənˈtroʊl /


control3 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb

con·trolled, con·trol·ling.

  1. to exercise restraint or direction over; dominate: command: The car is difficult to control at high speeds.That zone is controlled by enemy troops.
  2. to hold in check; curb: to control a horse;to control one's emotions.
  3. to test or verify by a parallel experiment or other standard of comparison.
n. 名词 noun
  1. the act or power of controlling; regulation; domination or command: Who's in control here?
  2. the situation of being under the regulation, domination, or command of another: The car is out of control.
  3. check or restraint: Her anger is under control.
v. 动词组 verb
  1. control for, Statistics. to account for by limiting the data under consideration to a comparison of like things: to control for demographic factors.

control 近义词

n. 名词 noun

command, mastery

v. 动词 verb

have charge of

v. 动词 verb

curb, hold back


  1. Companies like Rice Up still promote rice cakes as a whole-grain option for weight control.
  2. I was talking about what we’re doing is under control, but I’m not talking about the virus.
  3. Alexander also requested an extraordinary amount of control over the reports, asking that he be allowed to review them before publication and even make edits.
  4. At the beginning, before anybody knew what it was, I spoke with President Xi, and he said, we are doing it well, we have it under control.
  5. A month later, a Fox News poll found 70 percent of likely voters felt the pandemic was “not at all” or “somewhat” under control.
  6. From there we took the train to Nice, France, but the French border control caught us and sent us back to Italy.
  7. Spin control began, Florida-style: the opinion only covers some counties, some people, some times.
  8. He seemed by all appearances perfectly happy to let the Republicans control the state senate.
  9. The police cannot ultimately control public opinion unilaterally.
  10. So not only will the GOP have control in the Senate, it will move the center of gravity on Capitol Hill hard to starboard.
  11. Solely over one man therein thou hast quite absolute control.
  12. In a few minutes, however, he had it again under control, and they soon reached the berg.
  13. A certain amount of his ill-humour vented, Tressan made an effort to regain his self-control.
  14. The nativesʼ anxiety to oust the Spaniards was far stronger than their wish to be under American, or indeed any foreign, control.
  15. The marvelous improvements in mechanism and tone production and control in 1886 to 1913 by Robt.