英 ['es 'əʊ 'es]
美 ['ɛs 'o 'ɛs]
国际摩斯密码代号，因其识别性强易发送而被选用，其代号为（• • • — — — • • •）。 同时，俗词源解读为“save our ship or save our souls”，某种程度上加强了该信号的流传度。
- 1910, from International Morse code letters, chosen arbitrarily as being easy to transmit and difficult to mistake. Not an initialism (acronym) for "save our ship" or anything else. Won out over alternative suggestion C.Q.D., which is said to mean "come quickly, distress," or "CQ," general call for alerting other ships that a message follows, and "D" for danger. SOS is the telegraphic distress signal only; the oral equivalent is mayday.
- 1. The emergency signal SOS has no literal meaning.
- 2. The ferry did not even have time to send out an SOS.
- 3. to send an SOS
- 4. She stamped out the letters'sOS'in the snow.
- 5. BeiMac SOS is a member - based effort that lies close to the membership.
- 北麦SOS是一个 基于 会员的支持途径,与会员共存,服务于会员.
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