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fraction

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈfræk.ʃən/
a number that results from dividing one whole number by another, or a small part of something
分数;小部分
¼ and 0.25 are different ways of representing the same fraction.
1/4和0.25是同一分数的不同表达方式。
Although sexual and violent crimes have increased by 10%, they remain only a tiny/small fraction of the total number of crimes committed each year.
尽管性犯罪和暴力犯罪案件增长了10%,但它们在每年的罪案总数中所占比例仍然很小。
They can produce it at a fraction of the cost of (= much more cheaply than) traditional methods.
他们能够以大大低于传统方法的成本生产它。
FractionsWords meaning small pieces and amounts
Translations of “fraction”
in Spanish fracción, poquito…
in Arabic كَسْر…
in Korean 분수…
in Portuguese fração…
in French fraction, petite portion…
in German der Bruch, der Bruchteil…
in Catalan fracció…
in Japanese 分数…
in Russian дробь (в математике), частица, доля…
in Chinese (Traditional) 分數, 小部分…
in Italian frazione…
in Turkish kesir, çok küçük miktar, küçücük bölüm…
in Polish ułamek, odrobina…
(Definition of fraction from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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