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aspect 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈaspekt/,
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aspects, plural;
  1. (of a planet) Form an aspect with (another celestial body)
    • - the sun is superbly aspected by your ruler Mars on the 19th
Noun
  1. A particular part or feature of something
    • - the financial aspect can be overstressed
  2. A specific way in which something can be considered
    • - from every aspect, theirs was a changing world
  3. A particular appearance or quality
    • - the air of desertion lent the place a sinister aspect
    • - a man of decidedly foreign aspect
  4. The positioning of a building or thing in a specified direction
    • - a greenhouse with a southern aspect
  5. The side of a building facing a particular direction
    • - the front aspect of the hotel was unremarkable
  6. A particular position of a planet or other celestial body relative to another, as measured by angular distance
    • - the sun in Aries formed an adverse aspect with Uranus in Capricorn
  7. A grammatical category or form that expresses the way in which time is denoted by the verb
    • - the semantics of tense and aspect
    • - four verbal aspects

  1. a distinct feature or element in a problem; "he studied every facet of the question"
  2. a characteristic to be considered
  3. view: the visual percept of a region; "the most desirable feature of the park are the beautiful views"
  4. the beginning or duration or completion or repetition of the action of a verb
  5. expression: the feelings expressed on a person's face; "a sad expression"; "a look of triumph"; "an angry face"
  6. In astrology, an aspect is an angle the planets make to each other in the horoscope, and also to the ascendant, midheaven, descendant and nadir. ...
  7. In computer science, an aspect is a part of a program that cross-cuts its core concerns, therefore violating its separation of concerns. It is a feature linked to many parts of a program, but which is not necessarily the primary function of the program. ...
  8. Dungeons & Dragons version 3.0 (see editions of Dungeons & Dragons) was released in 2000. The first book containing monsters to be published was the Monster Manual, released along with the other two "core" rulebooks. Wizards of the Coast officially discontinued the 3. ...
  9. In physical geography, aspect generally refers to the horizontal direction to which a mountain slope faces. For example, a slope on the eastern edge of the Rockies toward the Great Plains is described as having an easterly aspect. ...
  10. In linguistics, the grammatical aspect (sometimes called viewpoint aspect) of a verb defines the temporal flow (or lack thereof) in the described event or state. More specifically, aspect conveys a sense of the degree and nature of progression of the action being described. ...
  11. Aspect is a trade union in the United Kingdom for professionals working in children's services.
  12. The act of looking at something; gaze. [14th-19th c.]; The relative position of heavenly bodies as they appear to an observer on earth; the angular relationship between points in a horoscope. [from 14th c. ...
  13. (Aspecting) Any advance magic activity where the practioner manifests a particular aspect of a goddess or god (whether in speech, appearanve, behaviour or thought) is known as aspecting.
  14. (aspecting) The direct interaction between a human being and/or a human community with Mystery. Aspecting is based on numerous techniques which allow humans to be physically embodied by the presence of a Mysterious One, Ancestor, and/or Spirit Ally. ...
  15. aspects are an important part of modern astrology. as the planets move in their elongated orbits around the Sun, they form various angular relationships with one another, using the Sun or Earth as the center. these are called aspects. ...
  16. (Aspects) are “issues within issues”, different facets or pieces of a problem that are related but separate. When new aspects appear, EFT can appear to stop working. In truth, the original EFT treatment continues to work while the new aspect triggers a new set of symptoms.
  17. (ASPECTS) The forms which a God/dess will take when They are called upon. Each Aspect will emphasise a specific area of Influence, such as The Goddess in Her aspect of the Great Mother will emphasise maternity and fertility as opposed to Her aspect of the Crone which emphasises wisdom and age.
  18. (Aspects) 1983. 3 piano. Ms. McGill 83017 (L-P. Pelletier, Helmer, P. Couture
  19. (Aspects) A unique relationship between planets. Aspects are angles determined by degrees of distance between two points on the chart. The aspects in your birth chart help determine your character. Aspects in transit (see definition) indicate periods of change in your everyday life. ...
  20. (Aspects) Can be seen as a piece of the multi- dimensional mosaic that makes us who we are.  For example:  Many people hold an aspect of a great inventor, or astronomer or spiritual leader.  These souls are so big that it requires many of us to hold the energy.
  21. (Aspects) The distances between planets and key points in a chart, the main ones being the square, the opposition, the sextile, the trine, the conjunction, and the parallel.
  22. Aspects are planets within specific degrees of each other that create beneficial or negative attitudes, habits and energy.
  23. Different aspects of a situation, person or object depending on the attitude of consciousness which is observing it.
  24. Direction toward which a slope faces.
  25. At a given point on an interpolated surface, the aspect at that point is the direction of steepest descent. Aspects are angles measured clockwise from north.