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missile 中文

EN[ˈmɪsaɪl] [-ɪsaɪl] [ˈmɪsəl] [-ɪsəl]
发射物, 导弹 导弹
  • 飛彈(missile)是本身有動力、有誘導能力且在空氣或是太空中移動的彈藥。有誘導能力但沒有動力的彈藥稱作導引炸彈,有動力但是沒有誘導能力的彈藥稱作火箭。
  • 在导弹的制导的分類上通常有兩類,一種是訊號傳送媒體的不同,如:有線導引、雷達導引、紅外線導引、雷射導引、電視導引等。另外一種分類是飛彈的制导方式的不同,如:慣性導引、乘波導引、主動雷達導引和指揮至瞄準線導引等。
  • 按照导弹的作用分類可以简单地分为战略导弹和战术导弹。
  • 飛彈的分類原則是由兩個部分所構成:發射載具的特性與攻擊目標的性質。發射載具的特性包括:空射,面射,潛射,艦射等。攻擊的目標性質包括:對空,對面,對潛,對艦。把這兩項原則合併在一起就是目前最常見的各類飛彈的分類系統。
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    Definition of missile in English Dictionary

  • 名词 (Noun)PLmissilesPREmis-SUF-ile
    1. Any object used as a weapon to hit the enemy or prey through the air, such as stone, arrow or bullet.
      1. The Rhodians, who used leaden bullets, were able to project their missiles twice as far as the Persian slingers, who used large stones.
    2. (military) A self-propelled projectile whose trajectory can be adjusted after having been launched.
      1. That missile is explosive enough to kill hundreds.
  • 更多范例
    1. 用于句中
      • As things turned out, all the enemy missiles were destroyed in flight -- two were hit very early after launch by an airborne laser system -- and a Sophie's choice was averted."
      • “We will have to retarget our missiles on the objects that we think threaten our national security,” he said.
    2. 用于句尾
      • The pilot zeroed in and launched the guided missile.
      • The pilot zeroed in on the bunker and launched a guided missile.
  • 词类阶层 (Part-of-Speech Hierarchy)
    1. 名词
      • 可数名词
    相关连结:
    1. fr missile
    2. en missiles
    3. fr missiles
    4. en missilery
    5. en missileer
    资料来源: 维基词典
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