英 [ˈmɒdl] 美 [ˈmɑ:dl]
名词模型; 模式; 模特儿; 典型
及物动词模仿; 制作模型，塑造; 将…做成模型
1. Kate models dresses for a shop in Paris.
1. She models for a living.
1. His mother is a model of industry.
2. Lily is a fashion model.
3. The car industry's always producing new models.
B：You‘re asking too much for this part .
A：we have some cheaper ones .
B：What is the price difference ?
A：The basic model will cost about 10% less .
B：We can offer you this in different levels of quality.
A：Is there much of a difference in price ?
B：Yes ,the economy model is about 30% less.
A：We‘ll take that one .
B：Is this going to satisfy your requirements ?
A：Actually , it is more than we need .
B：We can give you a little cheaper model .
A：Let me see the specifications for that .
1. model：molecular descriptor lab; 分子描述符自动生成
model词典解释in AM, use 美国英语用 modeling, modeled
A model of an object is a physical representation that shows what it looks like or how it works. The model is often smaller than the object it represents.
e.g. ...an architect's model of a wooden house.
e.g. ...a working scale model of the whole Bay Area...
A model is a system that is being used and that people might want to copy in order to achieve similar results.
e.g. We believe that this is a general model of managerial activity...
e.g. He wants companies to follow the European model of social responsibility.
A model of a system or process is a theoretical description that can help you understand how the system or process works, or how it might work.
e.g. Darwin eventually put forward a model of biological evolution...
e.g. He proposed a model of stress reaction in the body.
If someone such as a scientist models a system or process, they make an accurate theoretical description of it in order to understand or explain how it works.
e.g. ...the mathematics needed to model a nonlinear system like an atmosphere.
If you say that someone or something is a model of a particular quality, you are showing approval of them because they have that quality to a large degree.
e.g. A model of good manners, he has conquered any inward fury...
e.g. His marriage and family life is a model of propriety.
You use model to express approval of someone when you think that they perform their role or duties extremely well.
e.g. As a girl she had been a model pupil...
e.g. Hospital staff say he is a model patient.
If one thing is modelled on another, the first thing is made so that it is like the second thing in some way.
e.g. The quota system was modelled on those operated in America and continental Europe...
e.g. The program will be modeled after a popular BBC series called 'The Archers'...
If you model yourself on someone, you copy the way that they do things, because you admire them and want to be like them.
e.g. There's absolutely nothing wrong in modelling yourself on an older woman...
e.g. They will tend to model their behaviour on the teacher's behaviour.
A particular model of a machine is a particular version of it.
e.g. To keep the cost down, opt for a basic model...
e.g. The model number is 1870/285.
An artist's model is a person who stays still in a particular position so that the artist can make a picture or sculpture of them.
If someone models for an artist, they stay still in a particular position so that the artist can make a picture or sculpture of them.
e.g. Tullio has been modelling for Sandra for eleven years.
A fashion model is a person whose job is to display clothes by wearing them.
e.g. ...Paris's top photographic fashion model.
If someone models clothes, they display them by wearing them.
e.g. I wasn't here to model clothes...
e.g. She began modelling in Paris aged 15.
She was being offered a modelling contract.
If you model shapes or figures, you make them out of a substance such as clay or wood.
e.g. There she began to model in clay...
e.g. Sometimes she carved wood and sometimes stone; sometimes she modelled clay...
15. see also: role model
1. the act of representing something (usually on a smaller scale)
2. representation of something (sometimes on a smaller scale)
3. a type of product
e.g. his car was an old model
4. a hypothetical description of a complex entity or process
e.g. the computer program was based on a model of the circulatory and respiratory systems
Synonym: theoretical accountframework
5. something to be imitated
e.g. an exemplar of success
a model of clarity
he is the very model of a modern major general
Synonym: exemplarexamplegood example
6. a representative form or pattern
e.g. I profited from his example
7. a woman who wears clothes to display fashions
e.g. she was too fat to be a mannequin
Synonym: mannequinmanikinmannikinmanakinfashion model
8. a person who poses for a photographer or painter or sculptor
e.g. the president didn't have time to be a model so the artist worked from photos
9. someone worthy of imitation
e.g. every child needs a role model
Synonym: role model
1. form in clay, wax, etc
e.g. model a head with clay
2. construct a model of
e.g. model an airplane
Synonym: mock up
3. create a representation or model of
e.g. The pilots are trained in conditions simulating high-altitude flights
4. plan or create according to a model or models
5. display (clothes) as a mannequin
e.g. model the latest fashion
6. assume a posture as for artistic purposes
e.g. We don't know the woman who posed for Leonardo so often