- n. 网点；网络；网状系统；广播公司
- [C]网状物 sth that like net
- [C](电视与计算机)网络,网状系统 a large system of lines, wires, etc., that cross one another or are connected with one another
- [C]广播网,电视网 a group of radio or television stations in different places using many of the same broadcasts
an interconnected system of things or people;
"he owned a network of shops"
"retirement meant dropping out of a whole network of people who had been part of my life"
"tangled in a web of cloth"
(broadcasting) a communication system consisting of a group of broadcasting stations that all transmit the same programs;
"the networks compete to broadcast important sports events"
an open fabric of string or rope or wire woven together at regular intervals
a system of intersecting lines or channels;
"a railroad network"
"a network of canals"
(electronics) a system of interconnected electronic components or circuits
communicate with and within a group;
"You have to network if you want to get a good job"
- The fabrics are merchandised through a network of dealers.
- The Internet is a worldwide computer network.
- She gave me a diagram of railway network.
- The broadcast was carried on national network .
- A network of railways has spread over the province.
- They are developing marketing network.
- They have built the national network.
- They are the three big US television networks.
- We are extending the radio network.
- communications network 交通网
- radio network 广播网
- road network 公路网
- television network 电视网
- intelligence network 情报网
- over a network 通过网络
- network of radio 广播网
His long face..was a network of fine wrinkles.出自： K. A. Porter
Incredibly extensive networks of very thin stems.出自： Anthony Huxley
Slender limbs wrapped in networks of turgid veins.出自： T. O. Echewa
A deceptively large network of smaller offices.出自： G. Naylor
Recreational activities offer time to network with colleagues.出自：Working Woman
She wanted publicity for her charity and seized the opportunity to network.出自：Times