英 美 ['faɪbɚ]
- n. 纤维；光纤（等于fibre）
- n. (Fiber)人名；(匈)菲贝尔
CET4 TEM4 考 研 TOEFL
来自拉丁语fibra, 线，纤维，进一步来自拉丁语filum, 线，词源同file. -bra, 工具格后缀，词源同vertebra, fibula.
- fiber (n.)
- late 14c., fibre "a lobe of the liver," also "entrails," from Medieval Latin fibre, from Latin fibra "a fiber, filament; entrails," which is of uncertain origin, perhaps related to Latin filum "a thread, string" (see file (n.1)) or from root of findere "to split" (see fissure).
Meaning "thread-like structure in animal bodies" is from c. 1600 (in plants, 1660s); hence figurative use in reference to force or toughness (1630s). As "textile material," 1827. Fiberboard is from 1897; Fiberglas is attested from 1937, U.S. registered trademark name; in generic use, with lower-case f- and double -s, by 1941. Fiber optics is from 1956.
- 1. The muscle fiber of this animal is diseased.
- 2. Using optical Fiber - Bus network, enhances the Bus network antijamming ability, guarantees the CAN network normal operation.
- 采用光纤CAN( Fiber-CAN)总线网络, 提高CAN总线 网络抗干扰能力, 保证CAN网络正常运行.
- 3. Eating cereals and fruit will give you plenty of fiber in your diet.
- 4. Rayon rank second only to cotton as the most widely used fiber.
- 5. Air-entraining agent increases impermeability of hybrid fiber concrete.
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