v. 发现; 查明; 测出
To detect something means to find it or discover that it is present somewhere by using equipment or making an investigation.
...a sensitive piece of equipment used to detect radiation...
Most skin cancers can be cured if detected and treated early...
If you detect something, you notice it or sense it, even though it is not very obvious.
Arnold could detect a certain sadness in the old man's face.
1. discover or determine the existence, presence, or fact of;
discover, find, detect, ascertain
In the paper, Hu's invariants are used to detect the pipe and it achieves high rate.
This method can detect more Trojan horse's intrusions than general security detection software.
Detect and extract characteristic values of attack pulse with digital signal processing technology, melts attack risks.
Objective : To compare the affection of different primers to detect Mycoplasma pneumonia ( Mp ).
目的: 比较不同引物对 肺炎 支原体检测的影响.
It is the business of the police to prevent and detect crime and of the law courts to punish crime.