- n. 弦；和弦
- n. (Chord)人名；(英)科德
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1、chord- => chord.
来自词根cord, 心，词源同cordial, courage, 字面意思即用心演奏的，同时受拉丁词chorda（琴弦，见cord）的影响。
- chord: see cord
- chord (n.1)
- "related notes in music," 1590s, ultimately a shortening of accord (or borrowed from a similar development in French) and influenced by Latin chorda "catgut, a string" of a musical instrument (see cord (n.)). Spelling with an -h- first recorded c. 1600, from confusion with chord (n.2). Originally two notes; of three or more from 18c.
- chord (n.2)
- "structure in animals resembling a string," 1540s, alteration of cord (n.), by influence of Greek khorde "gut-string, string of a lyre, tripe," from PIE *ghere- "gut, entrail" (see yarn). The geometry sense is from 1550s; meaning "feeling, emotion" first attested 1784.
- 1. Burke's sentiments undoubtedly struck a responsive chord in Parliament.
- 2. Her speech struck a deep chord in my heart.
- 3. This is a chord of a circle.
- 4. For the Chord function, Windows connects the endpoints of the arc.
- 对于Chord函数, Windows连接弧的端点.
- 5. To solve the problem , a new P 2 P system is proposed to improve the Chord system.
- 为此对Chord系统进行改进, 提出一种新的P2P系统.
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