- v.把某物放在墙壁的凹处( recess的过去式和过去分词 ); 将（墙）做成凹形，在（墙）上做壁龛; 休息，休会，休庭;
The hearings have now recessed for dinner.
My rooms were large, with deeply recessed windows and painted, eighteenth - century panellin.
The Geneva meeting recessed while Kennety and Khrushchev met in Vienna.
Judge Johnson recessed the trial.
The table has a recessed border carved into it.
A recessed groove echoes the course of the River Thames.
Here shelves recessed into the wall provide extra storage and display areas.
Flowmeters, controls, and nebulizer are mounted on a recessed panel.
流量计 、 控制器和雾化器都固定在箱内的面板上.
At the upper stage, windows are recessed into the quadripartite vault ceiling.
The Jury was sent out and the court was recessed.
The napalm rolled over and down the front of the recessed embrasure.
The senate recessed at the end of the afternoon.
Groove is a series of recessed logarithmic spiral.
The court recessed for the weekend.
Recessed grips on bottom allow easy, controlled pouring.
1. having a sunken area;
"hunger gave their faces a sunken look"
2. resembling an alcove