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formula

noun [C] (METHOD/RULE)
方法/规则
 
 
/ˈfɔː.mjʊ.lə/ US  /ˈfɔːr-/ ( plural formulas or formulae)
a standard or accepted way of doing or making something, the things needed for it, or a mathematical rule expressed in a set of numbers and letters
惯例;配方;处方;公式;方程式;分子式
We have changed the formula of the washing powder.
我们已经更换了洗衣粉的配方。
We had to learn chemical formulae at school, but I can only remember H2O for water.
我们上学时都得学习化学分子式,但是我现在只记得得 H2O 代表的是水。
There's no magic formula for success.
成功没有窍门儿。
Ways of achieving thingsCalculations and calculatingAddition, subtraction, multiplication and division
Translations of “formula”
in Spanish fórmula…
in Arabic صيغة…
in Korean 화학식…
in Portuguese fórmula…
in French formule…
in German die Formel, das Rezept…
in Catalan fórmula…
in Japanese 分子式, (数学などの)公式…
in Russian способ, рецепт, формула…
in Chinese (Traditional) 方法/規則, 慣例, 配方…
in Italian formula…
in Turkish plan, çözüm yolu, yöntem…
in Polish przepis, wzór, receptura…
(Definition of formula noun (METHOD/RULE) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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