continual

出典: meddic

  • adj.
  • 頻繁な、連続的な
continuallycontinuouscontinuouslyfrequentfrequentlyprogressivelysequentialserialseriallysuccessivesuccessively

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「occurring without interruption; chiefly restricted to what recurs regularly or frequently in a prolonged and closely spaced series; "the continual banging of the shutters"」

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「『たびたび起こる』,ひんぱんな / (中断せず)連続した,ずっと続く」

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「`continual'' (meaning seemingly uninterrupted) is often used interchangeably with `continuous'' (meaning without interruption)」

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  • Transplantation as a Quantitative Assay to Study Mammalian Male Germline Stem Cells.
  • Helsel AR1, Oatley JM2,3.
  • Methods in molecular biology (Clifton, N.J.).Methods Mol Biol.2017;1463:155-172.
  • In mammals, the activities of spermatogonial stem cells (SSCs) provide the foundation for continual spermatogenesis throughout a male's reproductive lifetime. At present, the defining characteristics of SSCs and mechanisms controlling their fate decisions are not well understood. Transplantation is
  • PMID 27734355
  • Multi-parameter vital sign database to assist in alarm optimization for general care units.
  • Welch J1, Kanter B1, Skora B1, McCombie S1, Henry I1, McCombie D1, Kennedy R1, Soller B2.
  • Journal of clinical monitoring and computing.J Clin Monit Comput.2016 Dec;30(6):895-900. Epub 2015 Oct 6.
  • Continual vital sign assessment on the general care, medical-surgical floor is expected to provide early indication of patient deterioration and increase the effectiveness of rapid response teams. However, there is concern that continual, multi-parameter vital sign monitoring will produce alarm fati
  • PMID 26439830
  • High metabolic demand in neural tissues: Information and control theory perspectives on the synergism between rate and stability.
  • Wallace R1.
  • Journal of theoretical biology.J Theor Biol.2016 Nov 21;409:86-96. doi: 10.1016/j.jtbi.2016.08.030. Epub 2016 Aug 28.
  • Evolutionary process has been selected for inherently unstable systems in higher animals that can react swiftly to changing patterns of threat or opportunity, for example blood pressure, the immune response, and gene expression. However, these require continual strict regulation: uncontrolled blood
  • PMID 27582301
  • The tortoise versus the hare - Possible advantages of microparticulate zerovalent iron (mZVI) over nanoparticulate zerovalent iron (nZVI) in aerobic degradation of contaminants.
  • Ma J1, He D2, Collins RN3, He C4, Waite TD5.
  • Water research.Water Res.2016 Nov 15;105:331-340. doi: 10.1016/j.watres.2016.09.012. Epub 2016 Sep 13.
  • A comparative study of the ability of microparticulate zerovalent iron (mZVI) and nanoparticulate zerovalent iron (nZVI) to oxidize a target compound (in this study, 14C-labelled formate) under aerobic conditions has been conducted with specific consideration given to differences in reaction mechani
  • PMID 27639342

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This week we experienced days of continual sunshine. The country has been in a continual state of war since it began fighting for its independence. The continual ... continual, continuous, constant, incessant, perpetual, perennial mean characterized by continued occurrence or recurrence.
con·tin·u·al (kən-tĭn′yo o-əl) adj. 1. Recurring regularly or frequently: continual improvements in technology. 2. Not interrupted; steady: a process that requires continual monitoring. con·tin′u·al·ly adv. Synonyms: continual, continuous, ceaseless ...
Although usage guides generally advise that continual may be used only to mean “intermittent” and continuous only to mean “uninterrupted,” the words are used interchangeably in all kinds of speech and writing with no distinction in ...

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リンク元frequent」「continuous」「serial」「sequential」「continuously
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frequent」

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  • adj.
  • たびたびの、しばしばの、頻繁な、、高頻度の、頻回の、頻々たる。常習的な。よくある、ありがちな。いくつもの
Large artery diseases with concomitant artherothrombotic risk factors were more frequent in VB stroke patients with prior TNA compared to those without.(大血管疾患はTNAがなかった患者よりTNAが先行した椎骨脳底梗塞患者でよくありがちである/よく見られる)
  • (脈拍が)早い
  • vt.
  • しばしば訪れる、~に常に出入りする。(大勢で)常に集まる、~に良くいる
  • 常に~と交際する
alphoidcontinualcontinuallyfrequentlyhigh frequencyhigh incidencerepeated
frequentness, frequented, frequenter

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「frequently encountered; "a frequent (or common) error is using the transitive verb `lay'' for the intransitive `lie''";」

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「『しばしば起こる』,頻繁な / 『常習的な』 / ‘に'『しばしば行く』,常に出入りする」

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「be a regular or frequent visitor to a certain place; "She haunts the ballet"」
haunt

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「coming at short intervals or habitually; "a frequent guest"; "frequent complaints"」

continuous」

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  • adj.
  • 連続的な、連続する、連続性の、持続的な、持続性の、持続型の、継続的な、稽留の
a sequence ofbarrageconsecutiveconsecutivelycontinualcontinuallycontinuecontinuedcontinuitycontinuouslyinsurmountablelong-lastingpermanentpermanentlypersistentpersistentlypersistingplateauprogressivelyrepositorysequencesequentialserialseriallyseriessuccessivesuccessivelysustainedtonictonically

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「of a function or curve; extending without break or irregularity」

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「(時間的・空間的に)『切り目なく続く』;続けざまの,途切れない」

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「continuing in time or space without interruption; "a continuous rearrangement of electrons in the solar atoms results in the emission of light"- James Jeans; "a continuous bout of illness lasting six months"; "lived in continuous fear"; "a continuous row of warehouses"; "a continuous line has no gaps or breaks in it"; "moving midweek holidays to the nearest Monday or Friday allows uninterrupted work weeks"」
uninterrupted


serial」

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  • adj.
  • 連続的な、連続の、連続性の、系列の
a sequence ofbarrageconsecutivecontinualcontinuallycontinuecontinuedcontinuitycontinuouscontinuouslylineageparadigmaticprogressivelysequencesequentialseriallyseriessuccessivesuccessively

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「pertaining to or occurring in or producing a series; "serial monogamy"; "serial killing"; "a serial killer"; "serial publication"」

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「a serialized set of programs; "a comedy series"; "the Masterworks concert series"」
series

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「of or relating to the sequential performance of multiple operations; "serial processing"」
in series, nonparallel

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「pertaining to or composed in serial technique; "serial music"」

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「(雑誌などの)連載物;定期刊行物;(テレビ・ラジオなどの)続き物,連続物 / 続き物の,連続物の / 連続している,順次の」


sequential」

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  • adj.
  • 連続的な、系列の、経時的な、時系列の、逐次の、配列の、順次の、結果としての
arrangearrangementarraychronologicchronologicalchronologicallyconsequentconsequentialconstellationcontinualcontinuouscontinuouslylineageparadigmaticprogressivelysequencesequentiallyserialseriallyseriessuccessivesuccessivelytime-dependent

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「引き続いて起こる,結果として起こる」

continuously」

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  • adv.
  • 連続的に、持続的に、連続性に、持続性に
continualcontinuedcontinuitycontinuousinsurmountablelong-lastingpermanentpermanentlypersistentpersistentlypersistingprogressivelyrepositorysequentialserialseriallysuccessivesuccessivelysustainedtonictonically

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「at every point; "The function is continuously differentiable"」


continually」

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  • adv.
a sequence ofbarrageconsecutiveconstantlycontinualcontinuecontinuousfrequentfrequentlysequenceserialseries

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「seemingly without interruption; "complained continually that there wasn''t enough money"」

PrepTutorEJDIC   license prepejdic

「『ひんぱんに』,たびたび(again and again);絶えず」




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