- n. 制服
- adj. 一致的；统一的
- [C] 制服 a certain type of clothing which all members of a group wear, especially in the army, a school, or the police
- 全都相同的,一律的,清一色的 with every part the same; the same in every way; even; regular
clothing of distinctive design worn by members of a particular group as a means of identification
always the same; showing a single form or character in all occurrences;
"a street of uniform tall white buildings"
the same throughout in structure or composition;
"bituminous coal is often treated as a consistent and homogeneous product"
"at regular (or uniform) intervals"
provide with uniforms;
"The guards were uniformed"
- He looks very manly in his uniform.
- The students are wearing school uniforms.
- The rows of houses were uniform in appearance.
- Their internal temperatures are essentially uniform with the environment.
- Lack of uniform standards is a problem.
- Now many bus routes in this city charge two yuan as a uniform fare.
- The new uniforms will arrive tomorrow.
- The headmaster elaborated upon the idea for a new school uniform.
- Soldiers, policemen, and nurses wear uniforms.
- The coach checked in the football uniforms at end of the school year.
- He was in uniform three years.
- When evening came, the streets still remained full of military uniforms.
- All these sticks are of uniform length.
- The earth turns around at a uniform rate.
- The windows in the house are all uniform.
- They are uniform in size and shape.
- The trees were uniform in height.
- naval uniform 海军制服
Our team had no particular uniform, and each of us wore whatever he wished.出自： C. Potok
Wearing the uniform of a French brigadier general.出自： H. Kissinger
School traditionalismsa uniform, a house system..and pennants.出自：Times Educational Supplement
'You need an aspirin,' was his uniform diagnosis.出自： ssssT. Heggen
DNA is not a uniform helix, but a varied piece of architecture.sssss J. le Carr&eacusc;出自：Discover
The British Freemen are uniformed in green.出自： Aldous Huxley
- in uniform可表示“(穿着)制服,服役”,也可表示“军人”,是不可数名词。
- ☆ 16世纪30年代进入英语，直接源自中世纪法语的uniforme；最初源自古典拉丁语的uniformis：uni (一个） + forma (形式），意为一样的形式。
- uniformly adv. 全都相同地,一律地,清一色地‖uniformity n. 无差异; 无变化