alpha

• n. 希腊字母的第一个字母；开端；最初

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alpha 阿尔法

alpha (n.)
c. 1300, from Latin alpha, from Greek alpha, from Hebrew or Phoenician aleph (see aleph). The Greeks added -a because Greek words cannot end in most consonants. Sense of "beginning of anything" is from late 14c., often paired with omega (last letter in the Greek alphabet) as "the end." Sense of "first in a sequence" is from 1620s. Alpha male was in use by c. 1960 among scientists studying animals; applied to humans in society from c. 1992.
1. Alpha-Bravo-Zulu 643 to Saltezar, do you read me? Over.

2. The alpha - channel of the material's lightmap defines material is visible.

3. The Alpha level is associated with intuition and ESP.
Alpha层次是与直觉和ESP联系在一起的.

4. This approach suggests the whole idea of alpha might be an illusion.

5. You can look at these on the alpha list.

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