- [C] [U] 偏差；越轨；错乱 a change away from one's usual way of thinking or of behaving
a state or condition markedly different from the norm
a disorder in one's mental state
an optical phenomenon resulting from the failure of a lens or mirror to produce a good image
- These events were aberrations from the norm.
- The resultant defect is known as chromatic aberration.
- She hit him in a moment of aberration.
- Owing to a strange mental aberration he forgot his own name.
- The aberrations of his youth had long been forgotten.
- There is an aberration in the computer program.
- A lie is an aberrantion from the truth.
- This is a temporary aberration and will soon be put right.
- He said that the decline in the company's sales last month was just a temporary aberration.
- I'm sorry I'm late — I had a mental aberration and forgot we had a meeting today.
- Some patients develop aberrations of taste and smell after some surgical procedure.
- He dismissed the defeat as a temporary aberrantion.
- The delay was caused by an aberration in the computer.
- His peculiarities are no more than harmless aberrations.
- She hit her husband in a moment of aberration.
- She drank his coffee in a moment of aberration.
- He stole the lady's money in a moment of aberration.
- In a moment of aberration, she agreed to go with him.
The slightest aberration would plunge him into a morass.出自： Sir W. Scott
A pattern from which she was careful to allow no aberration.出自： George Eliot