span 的 2 个定义
- the distance between the tip of the thumb and the tip of the little finger when the hand is fully extended.
- a unit of length corresponding to this distance, commonly taken as 9 inches.
- a distance, amount, piece, etc., of this length or of some small extent: a span of lace.
- to measure by the hand with the thumb and little finger extended.
- to encircle with the hand or hands, as the waist.
- to extend over or across.
- The active user metrics can further be categorized into four metrics as per audience engagement in different time spans.
- Sorkin’s economic prescriptions are derived from a career that’s now spanned a quarter century.
- Romaine is slightly heartier, but it still has a limited life span in a Tupperware.
- Somehow a galaxy that spans tens of thousands of light years is intimately related to what is, in effect, a microscopic dot at its center.
- A star is born over a long span of time from a large, cold, dark cloud of gas and dust.
- The human attention span is evolving in such a way that they can skip around.
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- Five times during that span, the majority of species on the planet vanished in a short interval of time.
- In battle, it means the ability to shift from suicide bombers to tank columns and maneuver warfare in the span of a day.
- Typically, new equipment is developed in the span of two or three years.
- Messrs. Spick and Span's representative was wounded in his tenderest point, but his firm carried out the order to the letter.
- Part of that idea was sham bric-à-brac, the rest was carte blanche to Messrs. Spick and Span.
- Originally it had one great roof of a single span, second only to that of St. Pancras Station.
- That was "back in the Sixties," when his lapses were as far apart as they were unrivalled in consumption, span, and pyrotechny.
- He seems to think he is mooting to me a spick and span new idea—that he has invented something.