uncaused

 
[ˌʌn'kɔːzd]     [ˌʌn'kɔːzd]    
  • adj. 无前因的(非创造的;自存的)
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uncaused的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

英英释义

Adjective:
  1. having no cause or apparent cause;

    "a causeless miracle"
    "fortuitous encounters--strange accidents of fortune"
    "we cannot regard artistic invention as...uncaused and unrelated to the times"

uncaused的用法和样例:

例句

  1. Is the world a realm of pure causality, or is there the possibility of uncaused acts?
    世界是由纯粹因果律支配的还是存在没有原因的行为的可能性?
  2. It is entirely uncaused, independent, complete in itself, beyond time and space, mind and matter.
    它完全没有原因,独立自存,超越时空心物。
  3. But, this source is not a cause and no cause is a source. Because of that, I say everything is uncaused.
    然而、这本源并非前因亦没前因可作本源。故此我说一切事物皆无因可据。
  4. It is not surprising that scientists have generally stayed clear of the question of ultimate authorship, of the final "uncaused cause.
    毫不奇怪,科学家一般都避开最终根源的问题,避开这个最终的“无原因之原因”。
  5. M: Only by negation, as uncaused, independent, unrelated, undivided, uncomposed, unshakable, unquestionable, unreachable by effort.
    只能够用否定,如无生、独立、没关系、没有界分、非编制而成?、如如不动、无庸置疑、休用意、枉劳神。
  6. Only by negation, as uncaused, independent, unrelated, undivided, uncomposed, unshakable, unquestionable, unreachable by effort.
    只能够用否定,如无生、独立、没关系、没有界分、非编制而成?、如如不动、无庸置疑、休用意、枉劳神。
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