- 形容词: characteristic;
MacMillan's music characteristically makes a dramatic impact.
He replied in characteristically robust style.
MacTavish was characteristically forthright in his reply.
Kennedy himself characteristically shrugged and decided to go ahead.
Silicate minerals are characteristically refractory and difficult to break down.
Characteristically, his irritation turned not against Irene but against Soames.
Tidal channels, deltas, and washover fans are characteristically associated with offshore bars.
潮汐水道 、 三角洲和冲刷扇典型地与滨外砂洲伴生在一起.
Napoleon's attempt to alter that balance was characteristically bold and risky.
It had been one of his characteristically arch performances.
Characteristically , he was determined to act without clearly knowing what to do.
I went on, using the characteristically bombastic language of the time.
He attempts to woo her in a characteristically extravagant manner.
They characteristically had conspired against Batista.
A third rationale is that rulemaking characteristically turns on " legislative facts " as opposed to " adjudicative facts. "
]第三种理论认为规则制定有特色地依靠 " 立法事实 " 而面对"判决事实 ".
英汉非文学 - 行政法
Characteristically, the strains in the plactic region are much greater than in the elastic region.
1. in characteristic manner;
"he arrived characteristically late"