1、abs- "away" + tract- + -ion.
- abstraction (n.)
- c. 1400, "a withdrawal from worldly affairs, asceticism," from Old French abstraction (14c.), from Latin abstractionem (nominative abstractio), noun of action from past participle stem of abstrahere "drag away, pull away, divert" (see abstract (adj.)). Meaning "idea of something that has no actual existence" is from 1640s.
- 1. "Third World" is an abstraction, a form of shorthand.
- 2. Andrew noticed her abstraction and asked, "What's bothering you?"
- 3. water abstraction from rivers
- 4. The idea of redness is an abstraction.
- 5. The abstraction , generally as the opposite the real, is mostly misunderstood as absence of content.
- Abstraction(萃取、抽象)这个字, 一般的认知是真实的相反, 而最常被误解的一点是它缺乏内涵.
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