China Orb, online Chinese to English dictionary with nearly 1 million entries and plenty of excellent examples. The pin yin and pronunciation sound of Chinese wrods are provided. China Orb includes a lot of Chinese professional terms in many industries such as Medicine, Chemistry, Mechanism, Electricity, Computer, Economy, Law, Architecture. If you can not find satisfying translation elsewhere,try China Orb Chinese to English dictionary.

China Orb, online English to Chinese dictionary with more than 1 million entries and plenty of excellent examples. China Orb includes a lot of English professional terms in many industries such as Medicine, Chemistry, Mechanism, Electricity, Computer, Economy, Law, Architecture. If you can not find satisfying translation elsewhere,try China Orb English to Chinese dictionary.

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Simplified 一部
Traditional 一部
Related words 一部分 一部分地 
Pin Yin
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English
  • subdivision
Examples:
1. “那是一部卑鄙龌龊的书,”教士说。
"It is a filthy and vile book", said the priest.
2. 一部好词典有助于语言学习。
A good dictionary can aid language learning.
3. 一部好词典对阅读是有帮助的。
A good dictionary will help out in one's reading.
4. 现在正在上映一部新的电影。
A new film is now on.
5. 把零件装配[组合]成一部机器
Assemble parts into a machine
6. 比如,如果一部手机表现得像一位体贴周到的人,它就会知道当你和一个未在通信录中的人打完电话之后,你可能会想到要保存该电话号码,随即它就应该提供给你一个简单且明显的途径来执行保存操作。
For example, a mobile phone that behaves like a considerate person knows that, after you’ve completed a call with a number that isn’t in your contacts, you may want to save the number, and provides an easy and obvious way to do so.
7. 从电影观众的角度来说,在观看一部引人入胜的电影时,很容易忘记影片齿孔间的细微差别和瞬间的光线打断。
From the moviegoer’s point of view, it is easy to forget the nuance of sprocket holes and light-interrupters while watching an absorbing drama.
8. 她最近的书是一部天才作品。
Her latest book is a work of genius.
9. 他的工资尚不够买一部新汽车。
His salary won't run to a new car just yet.
10. 大部分计算机用户都太了解这种感受,即买回一部新手机,或打开新软件产品的塑料包装,就意味着开始了历时几天的学习新界面的挫折和失望;另一方面,很多有经验的数字产品用户也可能会长时间地感到沮丧,因为他们总被当成新手。
Most computer users know all too well that buying a new cell phone or opening the shrink-wrap on a new software product augurs several days of frustration and disappointment spent learning the new interface. On the other hand, many experienced users of a digital product may find themselves continually frustrated because that product always treats them like rank beginners.