departmental

英 [diːpɑːt'ment(ə)l] 美 [,dipɑrt'mɛntl]
  • adj. 部门的;各县的;分科的
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departmental (adj.)
1791, "pertaining to a French department," from French départmental, from département (see department). Meaning "of departmental systems generally" from 1832.
1. The high school adjusted its teaching approach and cancelled its departmental system.
他们高中调整了教学方法,取消了“文理分科”.

来自《简明英汉词典》

2. She could see the open door of a departmental office. "Hello! Excuse me. This is the department of French, isn't it?"
她看到一个系办公室的门开着。“喂!请问,这是法语系,对吗?”

来自柯林斯例句

3. We may have to agree that the noble Lord is not precisely a nonpareil as a departmental minister.
我们也许只能一致认定:这位高贵的勋爵作为一位大臣不一定算得全善全美。

来自辞典例句

4. I want this memo to go to all departmental managers.
这份备忘录要送交各部门的经理.

来自辞典例句

5. I know you find the departmental turf wars as tedious as I do.
我想你和我一样知道各部门间的分割有多无聊.

来自电影对白

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