英 [‘æspekt] 美 [‘æspekt] n. 方面；方位；外观；外貌
aspect 高中必修500 全国卷频次:5 教材出处:译林版必修B1U4
n. aspects 6
Moran says one of the problems with jazz today is that the entertainment aspect of the music has been lost.
In the theory of business management, organization has two main aspects.
Any training you do to become more effective at public speaking should always focus on the positive aspects of what you already do well.
aspect ratio 纵横比；屏幕高宽比
negative aspect 否定体；否定式
aspect angle 视界角；视线角；扫描角
environmental aspect 环境因素，环境状况
樣子,外表,面貌,(問題等的)方面Two suspicious aspects are suspected respectively.兩個可疑的方面分別受到懷疑.
1. [C] a particular part or feature of a situation, an idea, a problem, etc.; a way in which it may be considered
The book aims to cover all aspects of city life.
the most important aspect of the debate
She felt she had looked at the problem from every aspect.
This was six aspect of her character he hadn’t seen before.
2. [U, sing.] (formal) the appearance of a place, a situation or a person
Events began to take on a more sinister aspect.
3. [C, usually sing.] (formal) the direction in which a building, window, piece of land, etc. faces; the side of a building which faces a particular direction
4. [U, C] (grammar 语法) the form of a verb that shows, for example, whether the action happens once or repeatedly, is completed or still continuing
⇨ see also perfect adj. (7), progressive adj.(3)
1 [countable] one part of a situation, idea, plan etc that has many parts 方面
Dealing with people is the most important aspect of my work.
Alcoholism affects all aspects of family life.
2 [countable] the direction in which a window, room, front of a building etc faces 朝向，方位
a south-facing aspect
3 [singular, uncountable] literary the appearance of someone or something 外表，外观
The storm outside gave the room a sinister aspect.
4 [countable, uncountable] technical the form of a verb in grammar that shows whether an action is continuing, or happens always, again and again, or once 〔动词的〕体〔表示动作正在进行、总是发生、反复发生或发生一次〕
‘He sings’ differs from ‘He is singing’ in aspect.
He sings和He is singing的体不同。
Origin aspect (1300-1400) Latin past participle of aspicere “to look at”, from ad- “to” + specere “to look”
1.N-COUNT 可数名词方面;形态;特性 An aspect of something is one of the parts of its character or nature.
【搭配模式】：usu with supp
Climate and weather affect every aspect of our lives…
He was interested in all aspects of the work here…
Monroe described the financial aspect as crucial.
2.N-COUNT 可数名词（建筑物或窗的）朝向，方向 The aspect of a building or window is the direction in which it faces.
The house had a south-west aspect.
3.N-SING 单数名词（事物的）外观,样子,特征 If something begins to have a new aspect, it begins to have a new appearance or quality.
Our journey had taken on a new aspect. The countryside was no longer familiar…
The snowy street, like the church, assumed a dumb, lifeless aspect.
4.N-UNCOUNT 不可数名词（语法中动词的）体 In grammar, aspect is the way that a verb group shows whether an activity is continuing, is repeated, or is completed. For example, in ‘They were laughing’, the verb is in the progressive aspect and shows that the action was continuing.
[count] : a part of something方面；部分
Our proposal differs from theirs in one important aspect. [=respect] 我们的建议在一个重要方面与他们的不同。
— usually + of
Their religion affects almost/nearly/virtually every aspect [=facet] of their lives.
Eating healthy foods is only/just one aspect [=part] of a healthy lifestyle.
Nobody has discussed the most important aspect of the problem.
Computers now influence all aspects of American life.
formal : the way a person, place, or thing appears外貌；外形；外表
[singular] The old house took on a dark and lonely aspect [=appearance] at night.
[noncount] Their gods are primarily human in aspect. [=they look like humans] 他们信奉的神祇外貌与人基本一样。
[singular] formal : the direction that something (such as a room or building) faces or points towards朝向
The house has a southern aspect. [=a southern exposure; the front of the house faces the south] 这房子是朝南的。
— sometimes used figuratively有时用作比喻
We studied the situation from every aspect. [=angle] 我们对形势进行了各方面的研究。
grammar : the characteristic of a verb that expresses the way an action happens（动词的）体
◊ A verb’s aspect shows whether an action happens one time and stops quickly, happens repeatedly, or happens continuously.动词的体表示动作发生的三种情况：瞬间发生、重复发生或持续发生。
[count] The aspect of “sit” in “please sit down now” is different from the aspect of “sitting” in “I was sitting at my desk.”
*please sit down now中sit的体不同于I was sitting at my desk中sitting的体。
[noncount] two verb forms differing in aspect