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expressed 范例

EN[ɪkˈsprest] [ɛkˈspɹɛst] [-ɛst]
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表达 (express的过去式和过去分词)

    Examples of expressed in a Sentence

  • 例句 express
    1. Enkephalinergic neurons of the indirect pathway express predominantly A2A-D2 heteromeric receptor complexes, while dynorphinergic neurons of the direct pathway express predominantly A1-D1 heteromers.
    2. Furthermore, monolayers express microvilli upon differentiation, and LNPs need to navigate into the intermicrovillar space in order for endocytosis to occur [31 ,44 ].
    3. In my work I have struggled to express non-lectic, 'mental' schemata into words.
    4. Only 28.6% (67/234) of the isolates were serogrouped by slide agglutination (SASG), highlighting the reduced capability of carriage strains to express capsular polysaccharide.
    5. Many in vitro differentiation protocols generate polyhormonal endocrine cells that co-express insulin, glucagon and the transcription factor Aristaless Related Homeobox (ARX).
  • 例句 expresses
    1. The expresses skipped my station, so I had to take a local.
    2. The precative expresses a wish (may...!); it is formed by preposing the particle lu to the stative or the preterite.
    3. These results lead us to propose that the nervous system expresses diverse forms of neuronal nicotinic acetylcholine receptors by combining β2 subunits with different agonist-binding α subunits.
    4. The wag of my dog's tail expresses happiness.
    5. The advantage of this design is that the targeted knockin retains the intact endogenous aggrecan locus and expresses the tamoxifen-inducible CreERT2 protein from a second IRES-driven open reading frame.
    6. The same writer expresses his doubt as to monkeys showing any tendency to righthandedness.
  • 例句 expressed
    1. We expressed our readiness, and in ten minutes were in the station wagon, rolling rapidly down the long drive, for it was then after nine. We passed on the way the van of the guests from Asquith.
    2. The artist expressed his ideas sculpturally.
    3. Evidently, in certain languages some of these meanings may be expressed by special affixes (without a causative meaning), as, for example, the meanings of commitativity (cf. 6.3), addressivity (cf. 6.5) and mutuality (cf. 6.6) in Kabardian.
    4. To divide an Eisenstein integer by another Eisenstein integer , notice that ; accordingly multiply both denominator and numerator (of the division expressed as a fraction) by , then simplify.
    5. As one front line worker expressed it in a focus group, good managers "have a way about them" that makes them credible to others. ...
    6. No economist, with the possible exception of the most doctrinaire metallists, have ever expressed any other opinion. --American Economic Review (1938) 28, p. 316
  • 例句 expressing
    1. (It seems to me now, many years later, that I was expressing early on a chronic depressive’s wish to stay home, on the inside, instead of taking on the outside, loomingly hostile world in the form of classmates and teachers.)
    2. I sent her a card expressing my condolences after her mother passed away.
    3. Notwithstanding the voluminousco-wifeliterature that Western anthropologists have used to define African marriage, “co-mother” is the preferred idiom in many African cultures for expressing the relationship amongst women married into the same family.
    4. The calculation of where both M and N are real numbers can be done by expressing N as the sum of an integer h and an Egyptian fraction . Then where each of the roots can be calculated by means of the Newton–Raphson method.
    5. Even in this least poetical age, when it comes to expressing the inexpressibility of grief, only poetry will do.
    6. He decided to walk away from his job after expressing much dissatisfaction with his boss.
  • 例句 more express
    1. In my eyes it bore a livelier image of the spirit, it seemed more express and single, than the imperfect and divided countenance.

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形似词 (Look-Alike Words)
  1. en expresse
  2. fr expresse
  3. en empressed
  4. en express'd
  5. en expresses
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