- adj.增压的; 加压的;
- v.增压( pressurize的过去式和过去分词);
Do not be pressurized into making your decision immediately.
Certain types of foods are also dispensed in pressurized canisters.
Supplementary oxygen is rarely needed in pressurized aircraft.
She was pressurized into accepting the job.
The pressurized central systems are considered less expensive to operate.
The term " externally pressurized bearings " is therefore to be preferred.
因此用 “ 外生压轴承 ” 一词更佳.
The bomb can be pressurized rapidly.
Fig . 4.16 shows an example of a pressurized bearing installed at Liverpool docks.
Not far away were other geothermal wellheads, their natural pressurized steam deflected into huge insulated pipes.
They have pressurized the farmers into producing more milk.
Do not place the battery in a microwave oven or pressurized container.
Ability to work in a structured way in a frequently pressurized environment.
At max boost, the Garrett turbochargers produce 21 psi of pressurized air.
The lignite pressurized gasified furnace has a severe impact on the environment.
An executive who was pressurized By a heavy workload.
1. maintained at a certain atmospheric pressure;
"in a pressurized cabin the air pressure is comfortable for breathing"
"cooking with pressurized steam"