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noun [C]     /ˈmɒd.juːl/ US  /ˈmɑː.dʒuːl/
one of a set of separate parts which, when combined, form a complete whole 组件;模块 The emergency building is transported in individual modules, such as bedrooms and a kitchen, which are put together on site. 应急住房以单独的组件运输,如卧室和厨房,它们可以当场进行组装。 The full computer program is made up of several modules (= small programs) which should be individually tested before being integrated. 计算机的全套程序由几个模块组成,它们在整合之前须进行单独测试。 Words meaning parts of things
one of the units which together make a complete course taught especially at a college or university (尤指大学课程的)单元 Classes, courses and coursework
a part of a spacecraft which can operate independently of the other parts, especially when separate from them (航天器独立的)舱 a lunar landing module 登月舱 Space travel
modular     /ˈmɒd.jʊ.lər/ US  /ˈmɑː.dʒə.lɚ/ adjective
Many colleges and universities now offer modular degree courses. 许多学院和大学现在提供分单元学习的学位课程。 Classes, courses and coursework
(Definition of module from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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