- v.发现，发觉，查明( detect的过去式和过去分词 );
Any escape, once it's detected, sets off the alarm.
Kenworthy detected a certain flatness in the days that followed.
He detected a ship moving down the starboard side of the submarine.
Most skin cancers are completely curable if detected in the early stages.
The disease was detected during a routine check-up.
I detected a suggestion of malice in his remarks.
I detected a faint note of weariness in his voice.
The radar detected three enemy aircraft in the sky.
Enemy ships were detected on the radar.
Mistakes should be corrected as soon as detected.
He was detected in the act of stealing.
A build-up of strain on a section of the San Andreas Fault has been detected.
These data show that most cancers are detected as a result of clinical follow - up .
这些数据表明多数癌症是由临床 随访 查出来的.
He added that the missing hologram should have been detected by electronic surveillance.
To explain this, they hypothesise that galaxies must contain a great deal of missing matter which cannot be detected.
Certainly, there are people over age 75 who have had cancers detected by routine screening, and gained several extra years of life because of treatment.
So when a French submarine (潜水艇) detected the device's homing signal five days later, the discovery marked a huge step toward determining the cause of a tragedy in which 152 passengers were killed.
Interrupt him whenever he detected a mistake.
Many animals give off pheromones — natural chemicals that can be detected by, and then can produce a response in, other animals of the same species.
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1. perceived or discerned;
"the detected micrometeoritic material"
2. perceived with the mind;
"he winced at the detected flicker of irony in her voice"