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system

noun [C] (SET) 一套     /ˈsɪs.təm/
a set of connected things or devices which operate together (协同工作的)系统 a central-heating system 中央供暖系统 Classifying and creating order
a set of computer equipment and programs used together for a particular purpose (计算机)系统 The system keeps crashing and no one is able to figure out why. 系统老是崩溃,谁也不知道是为什么。 Computer concepts
a set of organs or structures in the body which have a particular purpose (人体的)系统 the immune system 免疫系统 the nervous system 神经系统 Substances and structures in the body
the way that the body works, especially the way that it digests and passes out waste products 人体的活动方式(尤指消化和排泄方式) A run in the morning is good for the system - it wakes the body up and gets everything going. 晨跑对身体很好——它能唤醒整个身体,使各个部分运转起来。 The body
(Definition of system noun (SET) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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