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propagation 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
  1. the spreading of something (a belief or practice) into new regions
  2. generation: the act of producing offspring or multiplying by such production
  3. the movement of a wave through a medium
  4. (propagate) transmit from one generation to the next; "propagate these characteristics"
  5. (propagate) travel through the air; "sound and light propagate in this medium"
  6. (propagate) spread: become distributed or widespread; "the infection spread"; "Optimism spread among the population"
  7. Propagation (1994) is an album by the American ambient musician Robert Rich. This album is an expression of Rich’s interest in biology and is a tribute to the proliferation of organic life in all its forms. ...
  8. (Propagating) Plant propagation is the process of artificially or naturally distributing plants.
  9. the multiplication or natural increase in a population; the dissemination of something to a larger area or greater number; the act of propagating, especially the movement of a wave; the elongation part of transcription; winning new converts; some degree of success in the spread of propaganda
  10. (Propagate) (1) sexual: produce a seed by breeding different male and female flowers (2) asexual: to produce a plant by taking cuttings.
  11. (propagate (syn. propagation)) To produce new plants, either by vegetative means involving the rooting or grafting of pieces of a plant, or by sowing seeds.
  12. (Propagate) to spread out or travel.
  13. (Propagate) The movement of sound waves through the water; also transmit. The manner in which sound propagates underwater is the basis for quality image formation using side scan sonar. ...
  14. (Propagate) To travel by being replicated across a network. Propagation implies that identical duplicate copies of the original source material are made, not that a discrete package of information travels unaltered. ...
  15. (propagate) human supervised plant or animal breeding
  16. (propagating) reproducing; disseminating; increasing; extending
  17. The process whereby the nameservers throughout the world have updated their records for a specific domain. For example, if you move your domain from one host to another, it will take around 24 hours or so for the new address to broadcast everywhere. ...
  18. The irreversible repetitive addition of monomers to the growing chain.
  19. The process of updating a domain across the world's Internet servers. Propagation can take between three to five days.
  20. Telling non-premies about Maharaji and Knowledge. Generally limited these days to invitations to a video program.
  21. The process where name servers throughout the Internet add new domains and remove expired ones from their records. This can be a lengthy process, which is why connecting to a new domain name can often take three or four days.
  22. In gardening usage, this refers to the many different ways of starting new plants.
  23. Sound propagation is the spreading or radiating of sound energy from the noise source.  It usually involves a reduction in sound energy with increased distance from the source.  Atmospheric conditions, terrain, natural objects, and manmade objects affect sound propagation.
  24. The travel of a signal through a medium such as air or free space.
  25. The increase of plants, either by seeds or by means of cuttings, division, grafting or layering.