- 美[ skjuːd]
- v.歪曲( skew的过去式和过去分词 ); 曲解; 使不公允; 影响…的准确性;
The book is heavily skewed towards American readers.
The arithmetic of nuclear running costs has been skewed by the fall in the cost of other fuels.
Policies are definitely more skewed towards economic growth than before.
She skewed around in her chair.
His conception of human nature is skewed.
It'should be either approximately normal, bimodal, or skewed distribution.
These structures were usually skewed with the diaphragms placed perpendicular to the longitudinal girders.
He skewed around in his chair.
Or reporting about aid programs may be skewed to keep donor funds flowing.
Skewed sex ratios raised the competition.
But what do you do when risk and reward are skewed?
So, some sort of asymmetry occurred that skewed the universe's evolution toward matter.
The lines on the sheet of paper are skewed.
One is the often skewed view of China, which is equal parts awe, greed and fear.
其中之一就是经常出现的对中国的歪曲看法, 夹杂着敬畏 、 贪婪和恐惧等.
The mechanisms of an axial fan with skewed blades in reducing noise are analysed.
A range of obstacles to market access and skewed conditions of competition need urgent attention.
The attenuated phenotype should be owing to skewed X inactivation derivative X chromosome.
Particularly skewed calibration and thinning algorithm is dealt with in detail.
However, that score was skewed by a few very low marks below 20.
Forbes'rankings are skewed toward counties with good school districts.
We're normal and everyone else is skewed.
Finally, remember that both in short term trading and mechanical systems distribution of winners is skewed.
Matings are skewed in proportion to the amount of time a stag invests in rut activities.
Parts of India have sex as skewed as anything in its northern neighbour.
But Mr Chetty shows that skewed incentives account for only 40 % of the delay.
However, their results showed a skewed peak that was indicative of distortion due to relativistic effects.
1. having an oblique or slanting direction or position;
"the picture was skew"