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看成
Simplified 看成
Traditional 看成
Pin Yin
kan4 cheng2
English
  • regard as
Examples:
1. 她把他看成是值得羡慕和仿效的人。
Already he was seen by her as someone to admire and imitate.
2. 别把我看成好像是个一脚已踏进坟墓的人。
Don't treat me as though I had one foot in the grave!
3. 每个人都有自己的优点和缺点, 不要把别人都看成百无一是, 把自己看成十全十美。
Everybody has his own merits and demerits. One should never think that he is perfect, while others are all good for nothing.
4. 他把她看成一个骗子了!看成一个外表纯洁,心里淫荡的女人了。
He looked upon her as a species of impostor; a guilty woman in the guise of an innocent one.
5. 例如,他必须把蛋看成是一个简单的、单一立体形体。
He must, for example, perceive an egg as a simple single solid shape.
6. 他被看成一个先知和预言家。
He was considered a seer and a prophet.
7. 再比如说,消费者这个范畴,把它看成是一种角色几乎是毫无用途的。
In consumer domains, roles are next to useless.
8. 她把小棍子错看成蛇了。
She looks upon as the small rod mistake to the snake.
9. 美国人把汽车纯粹看成是一种运输工具。
The American simply regards a car as a means of transportation.
10. 尽管需求和功能之间有鲜明的关系(我们将其作为设计过程的一个关键,在下章中你会看到),但是我们建议你将需求看成是需要的同义词。
While there is clearly a relationship between requirements and functions (which we leverage as a key part of our design process, as you will see in the next chapter), we suggest that you think of requirements as synonymous with needs.