system / ˈsɪs təm /


system 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. an assemblage or combination of things or parts forming a complex or unitary whole: a mountain system; a railroad system.
  2. any assemblage or set of correlated members: a system of currency; a system of shorthand characters.
  3. an ordered and comprehensive assemblage of facts, principles, doctrines, or the like in a particular field of knowledge or thought: a system of philosophy.
  4. a coordinated body of methods or a scheme or plan of procedure; organizational scheme: a system of government.
  5. any formulated, regular, or special method or plan of procedure: a system of marking, numbering, or measuring; a winning system at bridge.
  6. due method or orderly manner of arrangement or procedure: There is no system in his work.
  7. the world or universe.
  8. Astronomy. a number of heavenly bodies associated and acting together according to certain natural laws: the solar system.a hypothesis or theory of the disposition and arrangements of the heavenly bodies by which their phenomena, motions, changes, etc., are explained: the Ptolemaic system; the Copernican system.
  9. Biology. an assemblage of organs or related tissues concerned with the same function: the nervous system; the digestive system.the entire human or animal body considered as a functioning unit: an ingredient toxic to the system.
  10. one's psychological makeup, especially with reference to desires or preoccupations: to get something out of one's system.
  11. a method or scheme of classification: the Linnean system of plants.
  12. Usually the system . the prevailing structure or organization of society, business, or politics or of society in general; establishment: to work within the system instead of trying to change it.
  13. Geology. a major division of rocks comprising sedimentary deposits and igneous masses formed during a single geologic period.
  14. Physical Chemistry. a combination of two or more phases, as a binary system, each of which consists of one or more substances, that is attaining or is in equilibrium.
  15. Computers. a working combination of hardware, software, and data communications devices.
  16. Checkers. either of the two groups of 16 playing squares on four alternate columns.

system 近义词

n. 名词 noun

order, whole

n. 名词 noun

method, plan


  1. However, assuming one i7-1185G7 system is much like the next would be a mistake.
  2. Their hardware system asks patients a series of questions, then walks them through a physical exam.
  3. “We have built a hydroponic system that allows water to keep flowing and get recycled again and again,” he said.
  4. Her system is also providing real-time status updates on how these devices are operating, giving them centralized device visibility.
  5. They will also let workers get paid quicker, since payroll arrangements will not have to rely on the conventional banking system, where payments take days to process.
  6. There were no deaths on scheduled commercial aviation flights in 2014, in a system that operates 68,000 flights a day.
  7. She fills her characters up—strong women beating back against a sexist system—with so much heart.
  8. A hundred ultra-wealthy liberal and conservative donors have taken over the political system.
  9. “Stay in formation,” a sergeant from the ceremonial unit said over a public address system to the cops along the street.
  10. Both parties are now equal opportunity offenders when it comes to gaming the system.
  11. Sweden excluded British goods, conformably to the continental system established by Bonaparte.
  12. As Spain, however, has fallen from the high place she once held, her colonial system has also gone down.
  13. The reformers of the earlier period were not indifferent to the need for centralized organization in the banking system.
  14. Accordingly, the question "How far does the note issue under the new system seem likely to prove an elastic one?"
  15. Thanks to Berthier's admirable system, Bonaparte was kept in touch with every part of his command.