英 [ɪk'speɪʃɪeɪt; ek-]
ex-, 向外。-spat, 走，展开，词源同space, span.
- expatiate (v.)
- 1530s, "walk about, roam freely," from Latin expatiatus/exspatiatus, past participle of expatiari/exspatiari "wander, digress, wander from the way; spread, extend," from ex- "out" (see ex-) + spatiari "to walk, spread out," from spatium (see space (n.)). Meaning "talk or write at length" is 1610s. Related: Expatiated; expatiating.
- 1. The tendency to expatiate and make much of local advantages was Western.
- 2. My present purpose is not to expatiate upon my walks.
- 3. It is unnecessary to expatiate on the effect of this downright refusal of the woman's proposals.
- 4. The paper expatiate the design and application effects of electromagnetic liner.
- 5. Bayesian statistics theory: Expatiate the mathematic principle of Bayesian Networks, Bayesian statistics.
- 贝叶斯统计理论: 阐述贝叶斯网络的数学原理 —— 贝叶斯统计.
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