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原帖由 ktdid 于 2008-9-3 18:08 发表 cone of uncertainty

 

 

有没有翻译过来的说法呢。。。

我还在,你们在哪里?北星。翩然。芊芊。叶叶。。。。

原帖由 ghance 于 2008-9-3 18:11 发表     有没有翻译过来的说法呢。。。

 

不定度圆锥...

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哦,明白了。。。 就是嗦 FLORIDA 会受到影响 。。。因为飓风的形状是圆锥形的。。。FLORIDA在它的影响范围之内。。。在三天
我还在,你们在哪里?北星。翩然。芊芊。叶叶。。。。
实现无障碍英语沟通
结合ktdid的图来解释一下这个“不确定度圆锥”


这个是一个软件开发周期中的概念,不过我们不用扯这么远。

很直观的就是,图中深蓝色线围成的部分是一个“圆锥形”
上下两条线的差距,表示不确定度的大小

很简单,最开始的时候,不确定度是最大的。
随着时间的推移,这个不确定度逐渐变小。到最后上下线重合了,不确定度就没有了。

这个新闻中,
three-day cone of uncertainty
Hanna登陆的地点就是一个不确定度,目前很难确定Hanna会在哪里登陆。三天内,这个登陆地点就会越来越明显,到最后科学家就可以完全确定这个登陆位置了。


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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

 

An all too familiar sound to anyone who's been through a hurricane, those are workers in New Orleans cleaning up storm debris, downed tree limbs and the like. The streets of the city meanwhile remain largely empty at this hour with only rescue and utility crews, / those who elected to stay behind there at the moment. * Payne is a life-long New Orleans resident who decided not to evacuate. "People took advice when a low wind blown[blow], but I would say looking out the wind ahead, you know, looked at tree blow and drank my coffee and stuff, just stay and pray.” Hundreds of thousands of people who did leave New Orleans have been told to sit tight a bit longer while cleanup continues. Half the city lacks power and there was damage to city sewers. Even though Hurricane Gustav did not cause a level of damage that had been feared, Mayor Ray Nagin has defended his order to evacuate New Orleans. As the state of Louisiana cleans up from Hurricane Gustav, Floridians are being advised to keep their eyes on three tropical storms out in the Atlantic.

 

Florida Public Radio's Trimmel Gomes reports.

 

Tropical Storm Josephine developed earlier in the day while Tropical Storm Ike grows in strength east of the Leeward Islands. Governor Charlie Crist is urging Floridians to stay on alert as Tropical Storm Hanna approaches. "This morning I have issued an executive order, declaring a state of emergency due to the threat of Hanna to the state of Florida.” Hanna is the third storm to threaten Florida in three weeks with two other storms brewing in the Atlantic. "At this time, we also await Hanna and maybe Ike and maybe Josephine.” Forecasters expect Hanna to strengthen and reach Georgia or the Carolinas before making landfall on Friday placing the eastern Florida coastline in a three-day cone of uncertainty. For NPR News, I'm Trimmel Gomes in Tallahassee.

 

After a storm-shortened start, the Republican National Convention is getting into full swing in St. Paul. President Bush is slated to address delegates at the convention by satellite tonight. Also scheduled to speak are former Democratic vice-presidential nominee Joe Lieberman and former Senator Fred Thompson. While there is another distraction for Republicans, failed presidential candidate Ron Paul is holding an alternative gathering for his supporters. Robert Smith has that story.

 

While the mainstream Republicans meet in a hockey arena in St. Paul, the libertarian-wing of the party is across the river at the basketball stadium in Minneapolis. It's called the rally for the Republic and the highlight is a speech tonight by Texas Congressman Ron Paul. The former libertarian turned Republican, didn't win any primaries during the spring, but he was a sensation on the internet, oftentimes raising more money than his mainstream rivals. Paul had requested a speaking spot at the Republican Convention, but he says there were too many restrictions placed on him. So he put together his own gathering. Organizers say they sold 10, 000 tickets to the event. Ron Paul supporters traveled from around the country to come to Minneapolis in caravans of cars known as Ron Voice.

 

Robert Smith, NPR News, St. Paul.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 26 points today. This is NPR.

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's visit to Libya this week, the first by a US Secretary of State in half a century, has been touted as a bold signal of better ties with the country. Relations between the US and Libya have improved after the country announced in 2003 it would give up its weapons of mass destruction. However a series of terrorism incidents and suspicions have delayed a major turnaround. The visit by Rice is the first by Secretary of State since John Foster Dulles in 1953. Rice will also make stops in Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco before returning to Washington on Sunday.

 

Google is launching its own web browser in over 100 countries within the hour. This is the first time Google has stepped into the browser market which is currently dominated by Microsoft's Explorer.

 

NPR's Laura Sydell got an early peek at the new product.

 

It's called Chrome and Google developers say it's faster, easier to use and more secure than any existing browser. At the Google offices in Mountain View, California, Sundar Pichai showed off how quickly it launches. Tabs allow users to keep several websites open at once. That's not new. What is new says Pichai is that if the window with YouTube crashes it doesn't freeze up the other windows. "So that when / something happens to one of them, the rest of the browser works fine. " Google's entry into the web browser market isn't surprising. The company wants to keep people online using its search engine and recently created office web applications. However, no matter how good the browser, analysts say it will be hard to win users off of Microsoft's Explorer which owns 70% of the market.

 

 Laura Sydell, NPR News, San Francisco.

 

Crude Oil Futures fell $5. 75 a barrel today, settling at $109. 71 a barrel in New York.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

 

 

Cone of Uncertainty

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谢谢 playstation 和 jxzhope 两位大哥! 现在明白很很的了
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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

 

An all too familiar sound / anyone who's been through a hurricane, those are workers in New Orleans cleaning up storm debris, downed tree limbs and the like. The streets of the city meanwhile remain largely empty at this hour with only rescue and utility crews,  those who elected to stay behind there at the moment. * Payne is a life-long New Orleans resident who decided not to evacuate. "What was there was **went brown, but I would say looking out the wind ahead, you know, looked at tree blown and drank my coffee and stuff, just stay and pray.” Hundreds of thousands of people who did leave New Orleans have been told to sit tight a bit longer while cleanup continues. Half the city lacks power and there was damage to city sewers. Even though Hurricane Gustav did not cause a level of damage that had been feared, Mayor Ray Nagin has defended his order to evacuate New Orleans. As the state of Louisiana cleans up from Hurricane Gustav, Floridians are being advised to keep their eyes on three tropical storms out in the Atlantic.

 

Florida Public Radio's Trimmel Gomes reports.

 

Tropical Storm Josephine developed earlier in the day while Tropical Storm Ike grows in strength east of the Leeward Islands. Governor Charlie Crist is urging Floridians to stay on alert as Tropical Storm Hanna approaches. "This morning I have issued an executive order, declaring a state of emergency due to the threat of Hanna to the state of Florida.” Hanna is the third storm to threaten Florida in three weeks with two other storms brewing in the Atlantic. "At this time, we also await Hanna and maybe Ike and maybe Josephine.” Forecasters expect Hanna to strengthen and reach Georgia or the Carolinas before making landfall on Friday placing the eastern Florida coastline in a three-day cone of uncertainty. For NPR News, I'm Trimmel Gomes in Tallahassee.

 

After a storm-shortened start, the Republican National Convention is getting into full swing in St. Paul. President Bush is slated to address delegates at the convention by satellite tonight. Also scheduled to speak are former Democratic vice-presidential nominee Joe Lieberman and former Senator Fred Thompson. While there is another distraction for Republicans, failed presidential candidate Ron Paul is holding an alternative gathering for his supporters. Robert Smith has that story.

 

While the mainstream Republicans meet in a hockey arena in St. Paul, the libertarian-wing of the party is across the river at the basketball stadium in Minneapolis. It's called the rally for the Republic and the highlight is a speech tonight by Texas Congressman Ron Paul. The former libertarian turned Republican, didn't win any primaries during the spring, but he was a sensation on the internet, oftentimes raising more money than his mainstream rivals. Paul had requested a speaking spot at the Republican Convention, but he says there were too many restrictions placed on him. So he put together his own gathering. Organizers say they sold 10, 000 tickets to the event. Ron Paul supporters traveled from around the country to come to Minneapolis in caravans of cars known as Ron Voice.

 

Robert Smith, NPR News, St. Paul.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 26 points today. This is NPR.

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's visit to Libya this week, the first by a US Secretary of State in half a century, has been touted as a bold signal of better ties with the country. Relations between the US and Libya have improved after the country announced in 2003 it would give up its weapons of mass destruction. However a series of terrorism incidents and suspicions have delayed a major turnaround. The visit by Rice is the first by Secretary of State since John Foster Dulles in 1953. Rice will also make stops in Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco before returning to Washington on Sunday.

 

Google is launching its own web browser in over 100 countries within the hour. This is the first time Google has stepped into the browser market which is currently dominated by Microsoft's Explorer.

 

NPR's Laura Sydell got an early peek at the new product.

 

It's called Chrome and Google developers say it's faster, easier to use and more secure than any existing browser. At the Google offices in Mountain View, California, Sundar Pichai showed off how quickly it launches. Tabs allow users to keep several websites open at once. That's not new. What is new says Pichai is that if the window with YouTube crashes it doesn't freeze up the other windows. "So that when  something happens to one of them, the rest of the browser works fine. " Google's entry into the web browser market isn't surprising. The company wants to keep people online using its search engine and recently created office web applications. However, no matter how good the browser, analysts say it will be hard to win users off of Microsoft's Explorer which owns 70% of the market.

 

 Laura Sydell, NPR News, San Francisco.

 

Crude Oil Futures fell $5. 75 a barrel today, settling at $109. 71 a barrel in New York.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

 

 

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In the mountains of truth ,you can never climb in vain.
普特听力大课堂

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An all too familiar sound anyone who's been through a hurricane, those are workers in New Orleans cleaning up storm debris, downed tree limbs and the like. The streets of the city meanwhile remain largely empty at this hour with only rescue and utility crews,  those who elected to stay behind there at the moment. O'neal Payne is a lifelong New Orleans resident who decided not to evacuate. "Well, there were much low windblown, but I was sitting, looking out of the window, and you know, looked at that tree blown and drank my coffee and stuff, and just stay and pray."Hundreds of thousands of people who did leave New Orleans have been told to sit tight a bit longer while cleanup continues. Half the city lacks power and there was damage to city sewers. Even though Hurricane Gustav did not cause a level of damage that had been feared, Mayor Ray Nagin has defended his order to evacuate New Orleans. As the state of Louisiana cleans up from Hurricane Gustav, Floridians are being advised to keep their eyes on three tropical storms out in the Atlantic.

 

Florida Public Radio's Trimmel Gomes reports.

 

Tropical Storm Josephine developed earlier in the day while Tropical Storm Ike grows in strength east of the Leeward Islands. Governor Charlie Crist is urging Floridians to stay on alert as Tropical Storm Hanna approaches. "This morning I have issued an executive order, declaring a state of emergency due to the threat of Hanna to the state of Florida.” Hanna is the third storm to threaten Florida in three weeks with two other storms brewing in the Atlantic. "At this time, we also await Hanna and maybe Ike and maybe Josephine.” Forecasters expect Hanna to strengthen and reach Georgia or the Carolinas before making landfall on Friday placing the eastern Florida coastline in a three-day cone of uncertainty. For NPR News, I'm Trimmel Gomes in Tallahassee.

 

After a storm-shortened start, the Republican National Convention is getting into full swing in St. Paul. President Bush is slated to address delegates at the convention by satellite tonight. Also scheduled to speak are former Democratic vice-presidential nominee Joe Lieberman and former Senator Fred Thompson. While there is another distraction for Republicans, failed presidential candidate Ron Paul is holding an alternative gathering for his supporters. Robert Smith has that story.

 

While the mainstream Republicans meet in a hockey arena in St. Paul, the libertarian-wing of the party is across the river at the basketball stadium in Minneapolis. It's called the rally for the Republic and the highlight is a speech tonight by Texas Congressman Ron Paul. The former libertarian turned Republican, didn't win any primaries during the spring, but he was a sensation on the internet, oftentimes raising more money than his mainstream rivals. Paul had requested a speaking spot at the Republican Convention, but he says there were too many restrictions placed on him. So he put together his own gathering. Organizers say they sold 10, 000 tickets to the event. Ron Paul supporters traveled from around the country to come to Minneapolis in caravans of cars known as Ron Voice.

 

Robert Smith, NPR News, St. Paul.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 26 points today. This is NPR.

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's visit to Libya this week, the first by a US Secretary of State in half a century, has been touted as a bold signal of better ties with the country. Relations between the US and Libya have improved after the country announced in 2003 it would give up its weapons of mass destruction. However a series of terrorism incidents and suspicions have delayed a major turnaround. The visit by Rice is the first by Secretary of State since John Foster Dulles in 1953. Rice will also make stops in Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco before returning to Washington on Sunday.

 

Google is launching its own web browser in over 100 countries within the hour. This is the first time Google has stepped into the browser market which is currently dominated by Microsoft's Explorer.

 

NPR's Laura Sydell got an early peek at the new product.

 

It's called Chrome and Google developers say it's faster, easier to use and more secure than any existing browser. At the Google offices in Mountain View, California, Sundar Pichai showed off how quickly it launches. Tabs allow users to keep several websites open at once. That's not new. What is new says Pichai is that if the window with YouTube crashes it doesn't freeze up the other windows. "So that when  something happens to one of them, the rest of the browser works fine. " Google's entry into the web browser market isn't surprising. The company wants to keep people online using its search engine and recently created office web applications. However, no matter how good the browser, analysts say it will be hard to win users off of Microsoft's Explorer which owns 70% of the market.

 

 Laura Sydell, NPR News, San Francisco.

 

Crude Oil Futures fell $5. 75 a barrel today, settling at $109. 71 a barrel in New York.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

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All sunshine without shade, all pleasure without pain, is not life at all.
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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

 

An all too familiar sound / anyone who's been through a hurricane, those are workers in New Orleans cleaning up storm debris, downed tree limbs and the like. The streets of the city meanwhile remain largely empty at this hour with only rescue and utility crews,  those who elected to stay behind there at the moment. O'neil Payne is a life-long New Orleans resident who decided not to evacuate. "What ,then, there was no wind blown,, but I would sit, looking out the wind ahead, you know, look at tree blowing and drink my coffee and stuff, and just sit there(有可能是stay,但也发现此男有吃辅音现象,sit there发成了sit 'ere) and pray.” Hundreds of thousands of people who did leave New Orleans have been told to sit tight a bit longer while cleanup continues. Half the city lacks power and there was damage to city sewers. Even though Hurricane Gustav did not cause a level of damage that had been feared, Mayor Ray Nagin has defended his order to evacuate New Orleans. As the state of Louisiana cleans up from Hurricane Gustav, Floridians are being advised to keep their eyes on three tropical storms out in the Atlantic.

 

Florida Public Radio's Trimmel Gomes reports.

 

Tropical Storm Josephine developed earlier in the day while Tropical Storm Ike grows in strength east of the Leeward Islands. Governor Charlie Crist is urging Floridians to stay on alert as Tropical Storm Hanna approaches. "This morning I have issued an executive order, declaring a state of emergency due to the threat of Hanna to the state of Florida.” Hanna is the third storm to threaten Florida in three weeks with two other storms brewing in the Atlantic. "At this time, we also await Hanna and maybe Ike and maybe Josephine.” Forecasters expect Hanna to strengthen and reach Georgia or the Carolinas before making landfall on Friday placing the eastern Florida coastline in a three-day cone of uncertainty. For NPR News, I'm Trimmel Gomes in Tallahassee.

 

After a storm-shortened start, the Republican National Convention is getting into full swing in St. Paul. President Bush is slated to address delegates at the convention by satellite tonight. Also scheduled to speak are former Democratic vice-presidential nominee Joe Lieberman and former Senator Fred Thompson. While there is another distraction for Republicans, failed presidential candidate Ron Paul is holding an alternative gathering for his supporters. Robert Smith has that story.

 

While the mainstream Republicans meet in a hockey arena in St. Paul, the libertarian-wing of the party is across the river at the basketball stadium in Minneapolis. It's called the rally for the Republic and the highlight is a speech tonight by Texas Congressman Ron Paul. The former libertarian turned Republican, didn't win any primaries during the spring, but he was a sensation on the internet, oftentimes raising more money than his mainstream rivals. Paul had requested a speaking spot at the Republican Convention, but he says there were too many restrictions placed on him. So he put together his own gathering. Organizers say they sold 10, 000 tickets to the event. Ron Paul supporters traveled from around the country to come to Minneapolis in caravans of cars known as Ron Voice.

 

Robert Smith, NPR News, St. Paul.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 26 points today. This is NPR.

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's visit to Libya this week, the first by a US Secretary of State in half a century, has been touted as a bold signal of better ties with the country. Relations between the US and Libya have improved after the country announced in 2003 it would give up its weapons of mass destruction. However  a series of terrorism incidents and suspicions have delayed a major turnaround. The visit by Rice is the first by Secretary of State since John Foster Dulles in 1953. Rice will also make stops in Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco before returning to Washington on Sunday.

 

Google is launching its own web browser in over 100 countries within the hour. This is the first time Google has stepped into the browser market which is currently dominated by Microsoft's Explorer.

 

NPR's Laura Sydell got an early peek at the new product.

 

It's called Chrome and Google developers say it's faster, easier to use and more secure than any existing browser. At the Google offices in Mountain View, California, Sundar Pichai showed off how quickly it launches. Tabs allow users to keep several websites open at once. That's not new. What is new says Pichai is that if the window with YouTube crashes it doesn't freeze up the other windows. "So that when  something happens to one of them, the rest of the browser works fine. " Google's entry into the web browser market isn't surprising. The company wants to keep people online using its search engine and recently created office web applications. However, no matter how good the browser, analysts say it will be hard to win users off of Microsoft's Explorer which owns 70% of the market.

 

 Laura Sydell, NPR News, San Francisco.

 

Crude oil futures(好像不用大写?就是指原油期货?) fell $5. 75 a barrel today, settling at $109. 71 a barrel in New York.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

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请教,谢谢!

请问一下cone  在美国平时生活中用吗?(除了这里关于飓风之类登陆的用法。)有没有警示物体的意思,如果有的话,再问一个:它是一个立体的锥形警示,比如那种不让车子开过去的锥形障碍,还是平面的(像中国马路上的“不准停车”那种指示牌的)?

 

标蓝的地方真的是however 吗?听着不像

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From NPR News in Washington, I'm Jack Speer.

 

An all too familiar sound to anyone who's been through a hurricane. Those are workers in New Orleans cleaning up storm debris, downed tree limbs and the like. The streets of the city meanwhile remain largely empty at this hour with only rescue and utility crews and those who like to stay behind there at the moment. O'neal Payne is a lifelong New Orleans resident who decided not to evacuate. "Well, there were much low windblown, but I was sitting, looking out of the window ahead, as you know, looked at that tree blown and drank my coffee and stuff, and just stay and pray. " Hundreds of thousands of people who did leave New Orleans have been told to sit tight a bit longer while cleanup continues. Half the city lacks power and there was damage to city sewers. Even though Hurricane Gustav did not cause the level of damage that had been feared, Mayor Ray Nagin has defended his order to evacuate New Orleans.

 

As the State of Louisiana cleans up from Hurricane Gustav, Floridians are being advised to keep their eyes on three tropical storms out in the Atlantic. Florida Public Radio's Trimmel Gomes reports.

 

Tropical Storm Josephine developed earlier in the day while Tropical Storm Ike grows in strength east of the Leeward Islands. Governor Charlie Crist is urging Floridians to stay on alert as Tropical Storm Hanna approaches. "This morning I have issued an executive order, declaring a state of emergency due to the threat of Hanna to the State of Florida. " Hanna is the third storm to threaten Florida in three weeks with two other storms brewing in the Atlantic. "At this time, we also await Hanna and maybe Ike and maybe Josephine. " Forecasters expect Hanna to strengthen and reach Georgia or the Carolinas before making landfall on Friday, placing the eastern Florida coastline in a three-day cone of uncertainty. For NPR News, I'm Trimmel Gomes in Tallahassee.

 

After a storm-shortened start, the Republican National Convention is getting into full swing in St. Paul. President Bush is slated to address delegates at the convention by satellite tonight. Also scheduled to speak are former Democratic vice presidential nominee Joe Lieberman and former Senator Fred Thompson. However there is another distraction for Republicans. Failed presidential candidate Ron Paul is holding an alternative gathering for his supporters. Robert Smith has that story.

 

While the mainstream Republicans meet in a hockey arena in St. Paul, the libertarian-wing of the party is across the river at the basketball stadium in Minneapolis. It's called "the Rally for the Republic" and the highlight is a speech tonight by Texas Congressman Ron Paul. The former Libertarian-turned-Republican didn't win any primaries during the spring, but he was a sensation on the internet, oftentimes raising more money than his mainstream rivals. Paul had requested a speaking spot at the Republican convention, but he says there were too many restrictions placed on him. So he put together his own gathering. Organizers say they sold 10, 000 tickets to the event. Ron Paul supporters traveled from around the country to come to Minneapolis in caravans of cars known as Ron Voice. Robert Smith, NPR News, St. Paul.

 

On Wall Street, the Dow Jones Industrial Average fell 26 points today.

 

This is NPR.

 

Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice's visit to Libya this week, the first by a US secretary of state in half a century, has been touted as a bold signal of better ties with the country. Relations between the US and Libya have improved after the country announced in 2003 it would give up its weapons of mass destruction. However a series of terrorism incidents and suspicions have delayed a major turnaround. The visit by Rice is the first by a secretary of state since John Foster Dulles in 1953. Rice will also make stops in Tunisia, Algeria and Morocco before returning to Washington on Sunday.

 

Google is launching its own web browser in over 100 countries within the hour. This is the first time Google has stepped into the browser market which is currently dominated by Microsoft's Explorer. NPR's Laura Sydell got an early peek at the new product.

 

It's called Chrome and Google developers say it's faster, easier to use and more secure than any existing browser. At the Google offices in Mountain View, California, Sundar Pichai showed off how quickly it launches. Tabs allow users to keep several websites open at once. That's not new. What is new, says Pichai, is that if the window with YouTube crashes, it doesn't freeze up the other windows. "So that when something happens to one of them, the rest of the browser works fine. " Google's entry into the web browser market isn't surprising. The company wants to keep people online using its search engine and recently-created office web applications. However, no matter how good the browser, analysts say it will be hard to win users off of Microsoft's Explorer which owns 70% of the market. Laura Sydell, NPR News, San Francisco.

 

Crude oil futures fell $5. 75 a barrel today, settling at $109. 71 a barrel in New York.

 

I'm Jack Speer, NPR News in Washington.

原帖由 Chloé 于 2008-9-4 09:20 发表 请问一下cone  在美国平时生活中用吗?(除了这里关于飓风之类登陆的用法。)有没有警示物体的意思,如果有的话,再问一个:它是一个立体的锥形警示,比如那种不让车子开过去的锥形障碍,还是平面的(像中国马路 ...

第一问我也不知道,呵呵

 

第二问就是however

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原帖由 Chloé 于 2008-9-4 09:20 发表 请问一下cone  在美国平时生活中用吗?(除了这里关于飓风之类登陆的用法。)有没有警示物体的意思,如果有的话,再问一个:它是一个立体的锥形警示,比如那种不让车子开过去的锥形障碍,还是平面的(像中国马路 ...


第一个你说的是Traffic Cone吧。


wiki上提到有很多别的名称:
Traffic cones, also called toddlers, road cones, safety cones, construction cones, pylons, or Witches' Hats, are cone-shaped markers, generally made out of plastic or rubber, that are placed on roads or footpaths to temporarily redirect traffic in a safe manner.
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