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anatomy

noun
 
 
/əˈnæt.ə.mi/ US  /-ˈnæt̬-/
[U] the scientific study of the body and how its parts are arranged
解剖(學)
An understanding of human anatomy is important to a dancer.
對於一個舞蹈演員來說,通曉一些人體解剖學知識非常重要。
He later became professor of anatomy at Kiel.
後來他成為基爾大學的解剖學教授。
Animal and plant biology - general words
[C or U] the structure of an animal or plant
解剖構造;(動植物)結構
the female anatomy
女性人體解剖構造
the anatomy of a leaf
葉子的結構
Frames and structures
[C] humorous a person's body
身體
On which part of her anatomy is she tattooed?
她的紋身刺在甚麼部位?
The body
[C] formal a detailed examination of a subject
剖析,分析;細察
The whole play reads like an anatomy of evil.
整個劇本讀起來就如同是一份對邪惡的剖析報告。
Judgments and analyses
anatomical
 
 
/ˌæn.əˈtɒm.ɪ.kəl/ US  /-ˈtɑː.mɪ-/ adjective
anatomical drawings
解剖圖
Animal and plant biology - general words
(Definition of anatomy from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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