encapsulate / ɛnˈkæp səˌleɪt, -syʊ- /


encapsulate2 个定义

v. 有主动词 verb

en·cap·su·lat·ed, en·cap·su·lat·ing.

  1. to place in or as if in a capsule.
  2. to summarize or condense.
v. 无主动词 verb

en·cap·su·lat·ed, en·cap·su·lat·ing.

  1. to become enclosed in or as if in a capsule.

encapsulate 近义词

v. 动词 verb


encapsulate 的近义词 6
encapsulate 的反义词 5
v. 动词 verb



  1. The term has been in popular use for little more than a decade, but the ideas it encapsulates have been around for a lifetime.
  2. Those figures encapsulate the hit his small business, Samovar Tea, has taken in revenues, employee count, and number of stores open, respectively.
  3. The meaning of trust for Google’s local results was expanded to encapsulate the security and well-being of its searchers through the transactional environment itself.
  4. The challenge embraced a one-two formula for accelerating scientific progress, most recently encapsulated by research into Covid-19.
  5. Altogether, the dataset provided nearly 1,100 hours of EEG recordings from almost 700 patients, which encapsulated more than 3,500 seizure events.
  6. Much of the credit goes to the actors, who all fully encapsulate their roles.
  7. There are few recordings in any genre that more perfectly encapsulate the sheer joy of singing.
  8. This week, books that encapsulate the enthusiasm of youth and the battered truth of age, from Danielewski to Daniel Mendelsohn.
  9. This Noah Smith post on poverty in Japan seems to encapsulate it pretty well.
  10. Today's cameras-from the disposables to the fully automated-encapsulate everything we have to know to operate them.