severing 的 2 个定义
- to separate from the whole, as by cutting or the like.
- to divide into parts, especially forcibly; cleave.
- to break off or dissolve.
- to become separated from each other; become divided into parts.
- They also need to consider severing the bond between audience data and owned inventory.
- The National Zoo said Thursday that after 63 years it is severing its relationship with its longtime nonprofit partner, Friends of the National Zoo.
- If Google withdraws search, it may, at least initially, sever ties between many businesses and their audiences.
- The decision to sever ties was made after health officials became aware that the group had switched to for-profit status, Farley said Tuesday.
- The device, made with a severed piece of a Venus flytrap, can grasp tiny, delicate objects, researchers report January 25 in Nature Electronics.
- But the decision now to sever economic ties with the eastern regions was a surprise—and a gamble.
- They [the regime] try to sever connections between those living outside and those based inside Iran.
- It is unlikely that this ‘revolution’ in Kiev will sever a centuries-old bond.
- A large coalition of Palestinian civil society groups is now calling on Oxfam to sever ties with her “immediately.”
- She must immediately sever any relationship with the Scouts, the letter said.
- The ax was to sever the head from the lifeless body, and all the headless trunks were to be interred together.
- There was no mystery about the tragic occurrence except that it seemed to sever an old friendship that once was firm as a rock.
- Take the scalpel and sever the spinal column without cutting the larynx.
- His conduct entangled the skeins of Spanish intrigue into a knot which only war could sever.
- On the morning of the twentieth the Emperor himself, with Lannes and Wrede, set out to sever the enemy's line.