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band 高中必修500 全国卷频次:0 教材出处:译林版必修B2U3
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frequency band 频带；频段
wide band 宽频带；规定较大幅度的浮动汇率制度
band gap 带隙
broad band 宽带
narrow band [计]窄带，窄频带；[经]狭小汇率幅度
rock band 摇滚乐团
rubber band 橡皮筋
wave band n. （无线电）波段
band structure 带结构；能带结构
band width 频带宽度
energy band 能带
band saw 带锯；带锯机；环形锯
band together 结合起来，团结起来
steel band n. 钢鼓乐队
base band 基带，窄带；基频带；基极信号
forbidden band [化]禁带
marching band 军乐队；奏进行曲作操练表演的乐队
band pass 通过频带
jazz band 爵士乐队
elastic band 橡皮筋
條,帶;樂隊;波段;一群,一夥v.縛,綁紮The wandering band abandoned her bandaged husband on Swan Island.流浪的樂隊把她那位打著繃帶的丈夫遺棄在天鵝島上.
[band] ,band to’gether
■to form a group and act together in order to achieve sth, etc.联合；携手:
We need to band together to fight these reforms.
GROUP OF MUSICIANS 乐队
1. [C + sing. / pl. v.] a small group of musicians who play popular music together, often with a singer or singers
a rock / jazz band
She’s a singer with a band.
⇨ see also boy band , girl band
2. [C + sing. / pl. v.] a group of musicians who play brass and percussion instruments
a military band
⇨ see also brass band , marching band , one-man band
GROUP OF PEOPLE 人群；团伙
3. [C + sing. / pl. v.] a group of people who do sth together or who have the same ideas
a band of outlaws
He persuaded a small band of volunteers to help.
STRIP OF MATERIAL / COLOUR 带子；颜色带
4. [C] a thin flat strip or circle of any material that is put around things, for example to hold them together or to make them stronger
She always ties her hair back in a band.
All babies in the hospital have name bands on their wrists.
She wore a simple band of gold on her finger.
⇨ see also armband , hairband , hatband , rubber band , sweatband , waistband
5. [C] a strip of colour or material on sth that is different from what is around it
a white plate with a blue band around the edge
OF RADIO WAVES 无线电波
6. (also wave·band) [C] a range of radio waves
Short-wave radio uses the 20-50 metre band.
短波收音机用的波段是 20–50 米。
7. [C] a range of numbers, ages, prices, etc. within which people or things are counted or measured
the 25-35 age band
[VN] [usually passive] WITH COLOUR / MATERIAL 色彩；材料
1. to put a band of a different colour or material around sth
▪ [VN-ADJ] Many insects are banded black and yellow.
▪ [also VN] PUT INTO RANGE 划分范围
2. (BrE) to be organized into bands of price, income, etc.
Tax is banded according to income.
▪ 7band to’gether
to form a group in order to achieve sth
Local people banded together to fight the drug dealers.
1 a group of musicians, especially a group that plays popular music 〔尤指演奏流行音乐的〕乐队，乐团
The band was playing old Beatles songs.
I grew up playing in rock bands.
Smith joined the band in 1989.
They formed a band when they were still at school.
The entertainment includes a disco and live band.
interviews with band members
→ big band, brass band, marching band, one-man band
2 a group of people formed because of a common belief or purpose 一伙，一群，一帮〔志趣相投的人〕
a small band of volunteers
bands of soldiers
3 a range of numbers within a system 〔数目的〕范围，段
Interest rates stayed within a relatively narrow band.
age/tax/income etc band
people within the $20,000–$30,000 income band
4 a flat narrow piece of something with one end joined to the other to form a circle 圈，箍，带
papers held together with a rubber band
a slim gold band on her finger
5 a narrow area of light, colour, land etc that is different from the areas around it 带状物，条纹〔指异于周围的狭窄光带、色带、土地等〕
The birds have a distinctive blue band round their eyes.
a thin band of cloud
6. technical a range of radio signals 波段，频带 SYN waveband
band2 verb [transitive] 1 British English to put people or things into different groups, usually according to income, value, or price 〔通常按收入、价值或价格〕给…分级
After valuation, properties will be banded in groups of £20,000 or more.
2 band together phrasal verb if people band together, they unite in order to achieve something 团结起来，联手
Origin band1 1. (1400-1500) French bande “group of people”2. (1400-1500) French bande “flat strip, edge, side”
1.N-COUNT-COLL 可数集合名词See also:one-man band;（流行音乐）乐队，乐团 A band is a small group of musicians who play popular music such as jazz, rock, or pop.
He was a drummer in a rock band…
Local bands provide music for dancing.
2.N-COUNT-COLL 可数集合名词See also:brass band;（演奏铜管和打击乐器的）乐队，乐团 A band is a group of musicians who play brass and percussion instruments.
Bands played German marches.
3.N-COUNT-COLL 可数集合名词（一）群；（一）帮；（一）伙 A band of people is a group of people who have joined together because they share an interest or belief.
Bands of government soldiers, rebels and just plain criminals have been roaming some neighborhoods.
…a small but growing band of Japanese companies taking their first steps into American publishing.
4.N-COUNT 可数名词See also:armband;hatband;waistband;（佩戴用或衣物上的）带，箍 band is a flat, narrow strip of cloth which you wear round your head or wrists, or which forms part of a piece of clothing.
Almost all hospitals use a wrist-band of some kind with your name and details on it.
5.N-COUNT 可数名词条纹；带状物 A band is a strip of something such as colour, light, land, or cloth which contrasts with the areas on either side of it.
…bands of natural vegetation between strips of crops…
A band of light glowed in the space between floor and door.
6.N-COUNT 可数名词See also:elastic band;rubber band;（用以加固或捆绑的）圈，箍 A band is a strip or loop of metal or other strong material which strengthens something, or which holds several things together.
Surgeons placed a metal band around the knee cap to help it knit back together.
…a strong band of flat muscle tissue.
7.N-COUNT 可数名词See also:waveband;（数字、值等的）范围 A band is a range of numbers or values within a system of measurement.
【搭配模式】：usu with supp
For an initial service, a 10 megahertz-wide band of frequencies will be needed.
…a new tax band of 20p in the pound on the first £2,000 of taxable income.
8.VERB 动词将…划分范围；把…分段 If something such as a tax is banded, it is divided into bands according to the value of the thing being taxed.
They appear to rule out some of the ideas that have been mentioned — banding the tax so higher earners would pay more.
…a banding system based on property values…
The choice will be between a flat-rate or a banded charge.
in AM, use 美国英语用 be bracketed
9.See also:wedding band;
plural bands [count] 1
: a usually small group of musicians who play popular music together流行音乐乐队
The band’s drummer is also the lead singer.
a rock-and-roll band
a jazz band
— compare orchestra; see also big band, brass band, garage band, marching band, one-man band
: a group of people or animals一群人；一群动物
A band of scientists questioned the theory.
She photographed a band of gorillas.
a band of hunters from the tribe
: a flat, straight piece of material (such as plastic or metal) that forms a circle around something条；箍；圈
A band of plastic holds the lid on the container.
They placed a metal band with an identification number on the bird’s leg.
She lost her wedding band. [=wedding ring] 她把婚戒弄丢了。
— see also armband, rubber band, sweatband, waistband
: a strip of something that is different from what is around it : a thick line条纹；线状带
The bird has black bands above its eyes.
The dress has an embroidered band at the hem.
— often + of
There is a band of white near the hem of the dress.
A band of thunderstorms crossed the area late last night.
They left a narrow band of grass growing near the street.
technical : a range of frequencies over which radio signals are broadcast波段；频带
The radio station broadcasts on the AM band.
British : a range or group between a lower and an upper limit : bracket范围；段；档次
People in younger age bands may be in higher or lower tax bands.
to beat the band US, informal
: in a very forceful or obvious way起劲地；显眼地
He was snoring to beat the band. [=he was snoring very loudly] 他鼾声如雷。
2 band /ˈbænd/ verb
bands; banded; banding
band together [phrasal verb] : to form a group in order to do or achieve something联合在一起；携手；团结起来
They banded together for protection.
If we band together, we can meet the deadline.