idiosyncratic

英 [,ɪdɪə(ʊ)sɪŋ'krætɪk] 美 [,ɪdɪəsɪŋ'krætɪk]
  • adj. 特质的;特殊的;异质的
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idiosyncratic (n.)
1779, from idiosyncrasy + -ic. Earlier in same sense was idiosyncratical (1640s). Related: Idiosyncratically.
1. The model of idiosyncratic exchange provides a varriant of contrast theory.
特质交换模型为我们提供了契约理论的一个变种.

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2. Her blackboard technique was also extremely idiosyncratic.
她写黑板的技巧也别具一格.

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3. His manner was genial and his speech idiosyncratic.
他的态度很和蔼,讲起话来有独特的风格.

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4. However , too much fictional, idiosyncratic biography is a distraction and makes your personas less credible.
过多的虚构特质的描述,不仅是一种干扰,而且使得你的人物角色的可信度降低.

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5. In fact, modern mobile devices are not idiosyncratic consumer devices.
实际上, 现代的移动设备并非特质的消费设备.

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