n. 方式; 状况; 时尚，风尚; 调式; 模式
A mode of life or behaviour is a particular way of living or behaving.
...the capitalist mode of production...
He switched automatically into interview mode.
A mode is a particular style in art, literature, or dress.
...a slightly more elegant and formal mode of dress...
Levi is best known for work in a very different mode from what is to be found here.
On some cameras or electronic devices, the different modes available are the different programs or settings that you can choose when you use them.
...when the camera is in manual mode.
1. how something is done or how it happens;
2. a particular functioning condition or arrangement;
3. a classification of propositions on the basis of whether they claim necessity or possibility or impossibility
4. verb inflections that express how the action or state is conceived by the speaker
5. any of various fixed orders of the various diatonic notes within an octave
6. the most frequent value of a random variable
manner, method, way, mode, fashion, means, approach
The company is also considering a viable mode of financing.
Bill shows off the main mode, including the different mental exercises which appear in random sequence.
The communication system design mixed with the wired mode and wireless mode.
This product series adopts bridge commutation mode with rectiformer attached , featuring energy saving And efficency.
本系列产品采用带整流变压器的桥式整流方式 、 节能、高效.
Undeniably, a wide scale application for such an educational mode is not accessible.