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orientation
,oʊriːɛn'teɪʃən
Main
English Definition
(名) As a noun
  1. A course introducing a new situation or environment.
  2. The act of orienting.
  3. A person's awareness of self with regard to position and time and place and personal relationships.
  4. A predisposition in favor of something.
  5. An integrated set of attitudes and beliefs.
  6. Position or alignment relative to points of the compass or other specific directions.
Hyphenationo•ri•en•ta•tion
Part of Speech(名) noun
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定方位dìngfāng wèiorientation
适应shìyìngto adapt; to fit; to suit
取向qǔxiàngorientation; direction
正方向zhèngfāng xiàngorientation
向东方xiàngdōng fāngorientation
导向dǎoxiàngto be oriented towards; orientation
方向fāngxiàngdirection; orientation; path to follow
倾向性qīngxiàng xìngtendency; inclination; orientation
xiàngdirection; orientation; to face; to turn toward; to; towards; shortly before; formerly
朝向cháoxiàngtoward; to face; to open onto; to turn towards; orientation; exposure; Qibla (Islam)
倾向qīngxiàngtrend; tendency; orientation
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