英文释义 (transitive verb) To soften and scatter something, lessening it in intensity.
例句 EXAMPLE: The gray morning clouds diffused the harsh light of the summer sun.
1、If something such as knowledge or information is diffused, or if it diffuses somewhere, it is made known over a wide area or to a lot of people. 传播 (知识、消息等); 散布
Over time, however, the technology is diffused and adopted by other countries.
...to diffuse new ideas obtained from elsewhere.
2、To diffuse a feeling, especially an undesirable one, means to cause it to weaken and lose its power to affect people. 缓解; 消除
The presidents will meet to try and diffuse the tensions that threaten to reignite the conflict.
3. V-T If something diffuses light, it causes the light to spread weakly in different directions. 使 (光线) 漫射
Diffusing a light also reduces its power.
4. V-I To diffuse or be diffused through something means to move and spread through it. 扩散
It allows nicotine to diffuse slowly and steadily into the bloodstream.
短语 in vogue
例句 EXAMPLE: Some dresses, hats and shoes that are in vogue among stylish young women today resemble clothing from many years ago.