- n. 克；鹰嘴豆（用作饲料）
- n. (Gram)人名；(英、法、德、丹、挪、瑞典)格拉姆
来自PIE*gerbh, 刮，刻，切，词源同carve,graph. 后指文字，字母。并于法国在1799年用于公制重量体系，克。
- gram:  Gram, or gramme as it is sometimes spelled, was borrowed at the end of the 18th century from French gramme, the term adopted in 1799 as the basic unit of weight in the metric system. The word itself goes back via late Latin gramma ‘small unit’ to Greek grámma (source of English grammar), which originally meant ‘letter of the alphabet’ but later came to be used for ‘small weight’.
- gram (n.)
- also gramme, metric unit of weight, 1797, from French gramme (18c.), from Late Latin gramma "small weight," from Greek gramma "small weight," a special use of the classical word meaning "a letter of the alphabet" (see -gram). Adopted into English about two years before it was established in France as a unit in the metric system by law of 19 frimaire, year VIII (1799). "There seems to be no possible objection to adopting the more convenient shorter form, except that the -me records the unimportant fact that the word came to us through French" [Fowler].
- 1. A few twentieths of a gram can be critical.
- 2. A Chinese speech recognition method based on character - based N - gram model is proposed in this thesis.
- 本文提出了基于字的N -gram 模型(characterbasedN -gram model) 的汉语语音识别方法,推导了模型参数的估值公式,并给出了模型的训练和识别算法.
- 3. Gram laughed at the judge. That counted against him.
- 克拉姆嘲笑法官, 那是对他不利的.
- 4. In developing countries, the household average is 30 gram.
- 在发展中国家, 每家人平均拥有30克黄金.
- 5. The prostate is a gland, weighing 25 gram, below the bladder.
- 前列腺是一个重25克的腺体, 位于膀胱下方.
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