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  • n. 事实, 细节
  • [英] n. 事实, 细节 ( an individual fact or detail; item)
  • [例] My boss stressed the important particulars of the project.

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I. adjective

  • Etymology: Middle English particuler, from Anglo-French, from Late Latin particularis, from Latin particula small part
  • Date: 14th century
  • 1. of, relating to, or being a single person or thing <the particular person I had in mind>
  • 2. obsolete partial
  • 3. of, relating to, or concerned with details <gave us a very particular account of the trip>
  • 4.
    • a. distinctive among other examples or cases of the same general category ; notably unusual <suffered from measles of particular severity>
    • b. being one unit or element among others <particular incidents in a story>
  • 5.
    • a. denoting an individual member or subclass in logic
    • b. affirming or denying a predicate to a part of the subject — used of a proposition in logic<“some men are wise” is a particular affirmative>
  • 6.
    • a. concerned over or attentive to details ; meticulous <a very particular gardener>
    • b. nice in taste ; fastidious
    • c. hard to please ; exacting
  • Synonyms: see circumstantial, special

II. noun

  • Date: 15th century
  • 1. archaic a separate part of a whole
  • 2.
    • a. an individual fact, point, circumstance, or detail <a hero in every particular — Ron Fimrite>
    • b. a specific item or detail of information — usually used in plural<wanted to know all the particulars of the incident><bill of particulars>
  • 3.
    • a. an individual or a specific subclass (as in logic) falling under some general concept or term
    • b. a particular proposition in logic
  • Synonyms: see item

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