勦, 剿, 微粒子にする
Verb(1) spray very finely(2) strike at with firepower or bombs(3) break up into small particles
(1) The multiple aperture injectors atomize the fuel through a disc with six to ten holes at its tip.(2) In some aerosol cans, this action helps to atomize the product, forming an extremely fine spray.(3) The sample, which can be liquid, solid, or gas, is usually enclosed in an absorption cell, which in turn may be enclosed in an oven to vaporize and atomize the material.(4) This pressure level is meant to atomize the fuel into fine particles to ensure clean combustion.(5) Instead of the ancient tradition of reading the Bible as a whole, specialized critics tended to atomize the text into distinct units.(6) When the carburetor can emulsify and atomize the fuel mixture well, distribution to each cylinder improves.(7) You just want enough pressure to deliver the spray, but not atomize it to the point that it can be easily carried by the wind.(8) The narrow nozzle serves to atomize the flowing liquid - break it up into tiny drops, which form a fine spray.(9) Advanced diesel injection systems optimally atomize fuel, reduce the work and expense necessitated by exhaust gas after treatment and enable higher efficiency.(10) Most current agricultural sprayers use hydraulic nozzles to meter and atomize the liquid into drops.(11) Part of his genius as a writer is that he reminds us that we are not atomized , anonymous beings in modern life; we affect others in all kinds of ways, all the time.(12) Given our ever more stratified and atomized society, why expect the draft to be equal or fair?(13) The mobile internet, touted as a means of always being in touch and thus of overcoming social alienation, will be likely to help atomise society even faster.(14) The political movements of the working class had disappeared, leaving society atomised , defenceless against and even positively disposed towards state intrusion in private affairs.(15) In a lonely, atomized world, people had to turn to the mass media for their identity.(16) While industrial and information economic models tend to atomise society into individual units, nothing works without some level of cooperation and cohesion.
Different Formsatomize, atomized, atomizes, atomizing
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