- v.截面的( truncate的过去式和过去分词 ); 截头的; 缩短了的; 截去顶端或末端;
The review body has produced a truncated version of its annual report.
My article was published in truncated form.
Oligocene erosion had truncated the sediments draped over the dome.
The slices are truncated by the pre - Bulawayan erosion surface.
The truncated nozzle is found to have a higher thrust.
Sederholm regarded the Svecofennide belt as an older structure truncated by a younger Varelide belt.
Note: Any data beyond the new EOS will be truncated and lost.
The correctness of the program, however, is unaffected by the truncated name.
Line | 1 : Control name too long; truncated to | 2.
行| 1: 控件名过长; 已将其截断为|2.
With XML, the white space in your document is not truncated.
The saved Host Name was too long and it has been truncated.
NMAKE truncated the name to an eight - character base and a three - character extension.
He truncated a news item to fit the available space.
Line | 1 : Class name too long; truncated to | 2.
行| 1: 类名过长; 已将其截断为|2.
The Project name is too long. Name has been truncated.
1. cut short in duration;
"the abbreviated speech"
"a curtailed visit"
"her shortened life was clearly the result of smoking"
"an unsatisfactory truncated conversation"
2. terminating abruptly by having or as if having an end or point cut off;
"a truncate leaf"
"truncated volcanic mountains"
"a truncated pyramid"