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brain 中文

EN[bɹeɪn] [-eɪn]
US
脑, 脑髓, 脑力
  • 脑是由稱為神經元的神經細胞所组成的神经系统控制中心。它控制和协调行动、体内穩態(身体功能,例如心跳、血压、体温等)以及精神活动(例如认知、情感、记忆和学习)。
  • 在很多动物中,脑是位于头部。在脊椎动物中,脑由颅骨保护。脑与脊髓构成中枢神经系统。中枢神经系统的细胞依靠复杂的联系来处理传递信息。脑是感情、思考、生命得以维持的中枢。
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    Definition of brain in English Dictionary

  • 名词 (Noun)PLbrainsSUF-ain
    1. The control center of the central nervous system of an animal located in the skull which is responsible for perception, cognition, attention, memory, emotion, and action.
      1. Irregular bedtimes may disrupt healthy brain development in young children, according to a study of intelligence and sleeping habits.  ¶ Going to bed at a different time each night affected girls more than boys, but both fared worse on mental tasks than children who had a set bedtime, researchers found.
    2. INF An intelligent person.
      1. He was a total brain. ‎
      2. (please add the primary text of this usage example)‎ He is the brains behind the scheme.
    3. (in the plural) Intellect.
      1. (please add the primary text of this usage example)‎ Gerald always acts like he doesn't have a brain.
    4. By analogy with a human brain, the part of a machine or computer that performs calculations.
      1. The computer's brain is capable of millions of calculations a second. ‎
    5. SLA (vulgar) oral sex.
    6. 动词 (Verb)SGbrainsPRbrainingPT, PPbrained
      1. VT To dash out the brains of; to kill by smashing the skull.
        1. VT SLA To strike (someone) on the head.
          1. VT (figuratively) To destroy; to put an end to.
            1. VT To conceive in the mind; to understand.
            2. 更多范例
              1. 用于句中
                • It didn't work until she spiked his orange juice with a triple dose of street acid: she sent three different girls up that day, and he fucked, sucked, and orifically jimjammed his little brains loose.
                • But Mr. Harrison blatantly stole the show by baldly admitting that his own bosses at Sony’s brain trust in Japan completely misgauged the direction of the entertainment industry.
                • The researchers developed tiny neurologgers, to record electrical activity in the pigeons’ brains as they flew.
              2. 用于句首
                • Brain pathology, as in the case of neuroautoimmune diseases, is worsened, not only by the infiltration of activated lymphoid cells, but also by the release of large amounts of free radicals [21 ].
              3. 用于句尾
                • It is unclear whether oxidative stress may be acting peripherally or proprioceptively to drive abnormal grooming behavior (e.g. via itch), or whether oxidative stress is acting centrally in the brain.
                • These iOPCs had the ability to differentiate into oligodendrocytes in vitro and to myelinate host axons after transplantation into the demyelinated shiverer mouse brain.
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                • 可数名词
                  • 复数形态
                  • 动词
                    • 及物动词
                  相关连结:
                  1. en brains
                  2. en brainless
                  3. en brainy
                  4. en brainstorming
                  5. en brainstorm
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