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porous

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por
ous形容词
多孔渗水的

[ˈpɔrəs]


【释义】

基本释义 adj. 多孔渗水的

常考释义 adj. 具孔的;多孔的

【变形】

比较级:more porous    最高比较级:most porous    

adj. 能渗透的;透水的;透气的

【TPO例句】

1. So early growth wood is relatively porous.(TPO27-L2)

所以早期增长的木头相对多孔渗水的。

adj. 具孔的;穿孔的;多孔的【生,地质】

【TPO例句】

1. Making matters worse, most of the Yucatan Peninsula consists of karst, a porous sponge-like limestone terrain where rain runs straight into the ground and where little or no surface water remains available.(TPO14-P2)

更糟糕的是,尤卡坦半岛大部分地区属于喀斯特地貌,多孔状如海绵的石灰岩地形,雨水直接流入地下,几乎没有地表水余留。

2. The water-saturated rock or sediment is known as an "aquifer". Because they are porous, sedimentary rocks, such as sandstones and conglomerates, are important potential sources of groundwater. (TPO12-P3)

饱含水的岩石或沉积物被称为“蓄水层”。因为沉积岩多孔,比如砂岩和砾岩,都是地下水的重要潜在源头。

3. The result is that sandstone, for example, can be as porous as the loose sand from which it was formed.(TPO1-P1)

结果这些砂岩最终变得和形成它的散沙一样多孔。

4. Most crystalline rocks are much more solid; a common exception is basalt, a form of solidified volcanic lava, which is sometimes full of tiny bubbles that make it very porous.(TPO1-P1)

大部分结晶体岩石都非常坚硬,但也有例外,最常见的就是玄武岩,它是一种固化的火山熔岩,经常充满了微小气泡,从而变得十分多孔。

adj. 易穿过的;易穿透的;多漏洞的;松懈的