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Определение “system” в словаре английского

Определение "system" в словаре английского

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systemnoun

uk   us   /ˈsɪs.təm/
  • system noun (SET)

B1 [C] a set of ​connected things or ​devices that ​operate together: a ​centralheating systemB1 [C] a set of ​computerequipment and ​programs used together for a ​particularpurpose: The system ​keepscrashing and no one is ​able to ​figure out why.C2 [C] a set of ​organs or ​structures in the ​body that have a ​particularpurpose: the ​immune system the ​nervous system [C] the way that the ​bodyworks, ​especially the way that it ​digestsfood and ​passes out ​wasteproducts: A ​run in the ​morning is good for the system - it ​wakes the ​body up and gets everything going.

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  • system noun (METHOD)

B2 [C] a way of doing things: We'll have to ​develop a ​betterfiling system. Under this system, many ​people were ​prevented from ​voting. The ​legal system operates very ​differently in the US and ​Britain.B2 [C] a ​particularmethod of ​counting, ​measuring, or ​weighing things: the ​metric system of ​measuring and ​weighing [U] approving the ​intentional and ​organized use of a system: There doesn't ​seem to be any system to the ​books on these ​shelves - they're ​certainly not in ​alphabeticalorder.the system disapproving unfairlaws and ​rules that ​preventpeople from being ​able to ​improvetheirsituation: He has his own ​ways of beating the system, making ​sure that he has good ​relationships with ​influentialpeople.

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(Определение слова system из Cambridge Advanced Learner's Dictionary & Thesaurus © Cambridge University Press)

Определение "system" в словаре американского английского

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systemnoun [C]

 us   /ˈsɪs·təm/
  • system noun [C] (SET)

a set of ​connecteditems or ​devices that ​operate together: the system of ​interstatehighways We’re having a new ​computer system ​installed. In the ​body, a system is a set of ​organs or ​structures that have a ​particularjob to do: the ​digestive system
  • system noun [C] (METHOD)

a way of doing things; a ​method: My ​assistant will ​explain the system for ​filing a ​medicalclaim. Under the US ​legal system, an ​accusedperson is ​innocent until ​provenguilty. A system is also a ​particularmethod of ​counting, ​measuring, or ​weighing things: the ​metric system
(Определение слова system из Cambridge Academic Content Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)

Определение "system" в словаре делового английского

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systemnoun [C]

uk   us   /ˈsɪstəm/
a particular set of ​actions for doing something: They ​designed a system that ​tracksresults.a system for (doing) sth The ​bank has ​streamlined systems for ​switchingaccounts.a system of (doing) sth The ​core of the ​fraud was a system of ​doublebilling. a complaints/​tax/​trading system The quota systemlimits the ​volumes of ​clothing that China can ​ship to the US.
a ​group of ​organizations that ​work together for a particular ​purpose, or have similar ​activities: the criminaljustice system thelegal/​financial system Countries with better banking systems should have easier ​access to ​money at ​lowerinterestrates than those that do not.
MEASURES a particular ​method of counting, ​measuring, or ​weighing things: the metric system
a set of ​connectedmachines, etc. that ​operate together: They ​design and ​buildsolar electric systems. We need to ​install a sprinkler system.
IT a set of ​computerequipment and ​programs used together for a particular ​purpose: At the moment, the ​companyspends around €1million a ​year on its IT systems. I can't ​process the ​orderright now because our systems are down. You need a ​password to get onto the system.
(Определение слова system из Cambridge Business English Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
Переводы "system"
на корейский 시스템, 제도, 체계…
на арабский جِهاز, نِظام…
на малайский sistem, tubuh badan, kaedah…
на французский système, organisme, méthode…
на русский система, метод, устройство…
на китайский (традиционный) 一套, (協同工作的)系統, (電腦)系統…
на итальянский sistema…
на турецкий düzen, yol, metod…
на польский system, układ…
на испанский sistema, organismo, método…
на вьетнамский hệ thống, cơ thể con người, chế độ…
на португальский sistema…
на тайский ระบบ, รูปร่าง, ระบอบ…
на немецкий das System, das Netz, der Organismus…
на каталонский sistema, mètode…
на японский システム(ステレオシステムやアラームシステムのように機材をつないだもの), 手順, 方法…
на китайский (упрощенный) 一套, (协同工作的)系统, (计算机)系统…
на индонезийский jaringan, tubuh manusia, sistem…
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