(adv) a prior decision as to the direction of one's work
(v) to get a directional fix
- orienting spreading
- High frequency gusts are usually measured by high response research-oriented anemometers
- visual spatial disorientation
- The drivers must be oriented as given.
- Mho type directional impedance starting element
- Those that are aligned in the place are called equatorial hydrogens
- Food sources also elicit oriented locomotion and recognition behavior patterns in most insects
- First, a edge-directed nonlinear diffusion model was put forward.
- The college notified him that he had been awarded a scholarship
- noticed the bee's momentary orienting pause before heading back to the hive; an orienting program for new employees.
(1)从价 ad valorem.
- Reasonably adv.
- Used as an intensifier with adjs or advs that express an extreme opinion.
- Soothingly adv`There,there,' he said soothingly,`Don't distress yourself!'
- The offer is subject to prior sale.
- I appreciate that you may have prior commitments.
- I believe that theories are prior to observations as well as to experiments.
- Encouraged by the spirit of the spider, Bruce decied to try again.
- Such is their decision.
- A court decision.