- n. 碎片；片段
- v. 使破碎；分裂
- 【计】 碎片
- [C]碎片; 断片 a small broken-off or incomplete piece or part
a piece broken off or cut off of something else;
"a fragment of rock"
a broken piece of a brittle artifact
an incomplete piece;
"fragments of a play"
break or cause to break into pieces;
"The plate fragmented"
- She dropped the vase on the floor and it broke into fragments.
- There's a fragment of glass in the wound.
- Her hand was cut by a fragment of glass.
- I overheard a fragment of their conversation.
- Every fragment in perpetuity is instantaneous.
- These bullets fragment on impact.
- The vase was fragmented in shipment.
- The chair fragmented under his weight.
- Ownership of the large estates is increasingly fragmented.
- They have found several fragments of a Roman vase in the area.
- This was only a fragment of a long conversation with John.
- He could remember only fragments of what happened.
- nuclear fragments (原子)核碎片
He held our cards in his hand, and he tore them up and stamped on the fragments.出自： Conan Doyle
It seemed to him that the last fragment of his familiar world had disappeared.出自： B. Tarkington
The population of the car was fragmented by language and origin.出自： H. Fast
The family began to fragment; sisters died or married and moved away.出自： V. Glendinning
- fragment, piece
- 1.fragment指某种易碎物质的、不分大小、不分形状的“碎片”“碎块”; piece指可大可小的“片”“块”,含意很广。
- 2.fragment可指文艺作品的片断部分,强调的是事物的破碎和不完整性; piece则不可以。