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 memory ['memәri]   添加此单词到默认生词本
n. 记忆, 记忆力, 回忆, 纪念, 存储

[计] 存储器, 内存, 查看内存实用程序

[化] 寄存器

[医] 记忆[力]

    [ noun ]
    1. something that is remembered

    2. <noun.cognition>
      search as he would, the memory was lost
    3. the cognitive processes whereby past experience is remembered

    4. <noun.cognition>
      he can do it from memory
      he enjoyed remembering his father
    5. the power of retaining and recalling past experience

    6. <noun.cognition>
      he had a good memory when he was younger
    7. an electronic memory device

    8. <noun.artifact>
      a memory and the CPU form the central part of a computer to which peripherals are attached
    9. the area of cognitive psychology that studies memory processes

    10. <noun.cognition>
      he taught a graduate course on learning and memory

    Memory \Mem"o*ry\, n.; pl. {Memories}. [OE. memorie, OF.
    memoire, memorie, F. m['e]moire, L. memoria, fr. memor
    mindful; cf. mora delay. Cf. {Demur}, {Martyr}, {Memoir},
    1. The faculty of the mind by which it retains the knowledge
    of previous thoughts, impressions, or events.

    Memory is the purveyor of reason. --Rambler.

    2. The reach and positiveness with which a person can
    remember; the strength and trustworthiness of one's power
    to reach and represent or to recall the past; as, his
    memory was never wrong.

    3. The actual and distinct retention and recognition of past
    ideas in the mind; remembrance; as, in memory of youth;
    memories of foreign lands.

    4. The time within which past events can be or are
    remembered; as, within the memory of man.

    And what, before thy memory, was done
    From the begining. --Milton.

    5. Something, or an aggregate of things, remembered; hence,
    character, conduct, etc., as preserved in remembrance,
    history, or tradition; posthumous fame; as, the war became
    only a memory.

    The memory of the just is blessed. --Prov. x. 7.

    That ever-living man of memory, Henry the Fifth.

    The Nonconformists . . . have, as a body, always
    venerated her [Elizabeth's] memory. --Macaulay.

    6. A memorial. [Obs.]

    These weeds are memories of those worser hours.

    Syn: {Memory}, {Remembrance}, {Recollection}, {Reminiscence}.

    Usage: Memory is the generic term, denoting the power by
    which we reproduce past impressions. Remembrance is an
    exercise of that power when things occur spontaneously
    to our thoughts. In recollection we make a distinct
    effort to collect again, or call back, what we know
    has been formerly in the mind. Reminiscence is
    intermediate between remembrance and recollection,
    being a conscious process of recalling past
    occurrences, but without that full and varied
    reference to particular things which characterizes
    recollection. ``When an idea again recurs without the
    operation of the like object on the external sensory,
    it is remembrance; if it be sought after by the mind,
    and with pain and endeavor found, and brought again
    into view, it is recollection.'' --Locke.

    {To draw to memory}, to put on record; to record. [Obs.]
    --Chaucer. Gower.

    1. In Cananea, a town of 25,000 people today, a local junior high school is named "The Martyrs of 1906" and two monuments stand in memory of those who died.
    2. The basic Amiga 2000 comes with two disk drives and one-half megabyte of memory, or 512 kilobytes.
    3. The Texas Instruments machine has less memory than Compaq's LTE386s-20, but it's lighter at 5.7 pounds and has a bigger screen. In addition, the TI machine includes the DOS operating system, which costs extra on the Compaq model.
    4. For the first time in memory, more people wanted a new person than chose to retain the incumbent.
    5. The Democratic presidential nominee invoked Truman's battling underdog memory across the Midwest as he pressed his argument that Bush is an elitist whose proposal to reduce the federal tax on capital gains would benefit primarily the wealthy.
    6. The home computer has more memory and more power to figure taxes and keep bank records.
    7. They believe that Ceausescu's energy and food rationing should be just a bad memory, banished with the toppling and execution of the Stalinist dictator and his wife, and the plans to create a Western-style democracy.
    8. This had always in my memory resulted in a reference to a person "getting flack" when he was attacked for a decision or a position, just as one would have been harassed over the target in a B-17.
    9. Trading volume quadrupled amid the biggest bull market here in recent memory, but the competitive free-for-all slashed commission rates, raised overhead and decimated profits.
    10. 'I have never felt this good in my memory.
    11. Genisco, based in La Mirada, Calif., produces a data memory product called an ECR-42 recorder.
    12. MiniScribe said the disk drives have more memory capacity than other disks that size.
    13. Unisys also increased by 50% the memory on its A12 mainframe.
    14. Havel and 15 other activists were detained on Jan. 16 after eight of them tried to lay flowers in central Wenceslas Square in memory of Jan Palach, a student who burned himself to death there 20 years ago.
    15. Because the worst did not happen, the lasting memory may be a delightful sense of relief.
    16. To conserve the memory of flamenco, to promote research into the art and to make contemporary flamenco known to as wide a public as possible are the principal aims of the foundation, according to director Joaquin Carrera.
    17. If memory serves us correctly, for the past few years we've been told by medical authorities that we ought to eat more of those items to help prevent cancer.
    18. After the burial, some of Casiraghi's fellow speedboat racers plan to ride aboard a yacht to the site where the accident occurred and lay a wreath in his memory.
    19. Flood waters began to recede Sunday, and the government said it has received $236 million in aid to fight the destruction and disease caused by the worst floods in memory.
    20. Users also can improve their on-screen graphics and add memory. Previously, Compaq's design often forced customers to replace their machines if they wanted a more powerful processing chip or better graphics.
    21. In contrast, one memory card - a mini printed circuit board packed with memory chips and a battery - can store eight designs. More important, the technology will help Vanners react more quickly to changes in tie fashion.
    22. In contrast, one memory card - a mini printed circuit board packed with memory chips and a battery - can store eight designs. More important, the technology will help Vanners react more quickly to changes in tie fashion.
    23. The PRI had never before fallen below the 70 percent level. Moreover, what people here call the "full-wagon" policy _ 100 percent of everything _ is not that distant a memory.
    24. The study by Selnes and Dr. Justin McArthur, also of Hopkins, was intended to resolve questions raised by earlier studies that had found distinct mental problems, such as loss of memory and mental slowness, in people infected with the AIDS virus.
    25. The Cray-3 and Cray-2 are designed to have at least four times as much memory as the other Cray machines and compute at a faster rate.
    26. It became common for companies to pillage memory chips from older computers and other equipment.
    27. The built-in memory points out when the cartridges's effective life is ending. It can be found in most good kitchen and department stores.
    28. Takeover analysts in Europe said the strong B.A.T reaction marked the first time in recent memory such a large company had undertaken a massive restructuring in response to a takeover bid.
    29. A student whose extraordinary memory has enabled him to memorize 35,000 digits of an equation _ and pick up a few bar bets along the way _ is the subject of a $157,000 federal study, a newspaper reported today.
    30. LATE IN 1983, Wang Laboratories Inc. introduced a personal computer that could scan images and store them in its memory.
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