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parsimonious

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parsimony +‎ -ious

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  • (美國) 國際音標(幫助)/pɑɹ.sɪˈmo͡ʊn.i.əs/
  • 斷字:par‧si‧mon‧i‧ous
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parsimonious (比較級 more parsimonious最高級 most parsimonious)

  1. 过分节俭的;吝啬的,悭吝
    近義詞: penuriousniggardlystingypennywisetight-fisted;亦參見Thesaurus:frugal, Thesaurus:stingy
  2. 不加猜想的,没有假设
    • 2006, Richard Bonneau [et al.], “The Inferelator: An Algorithm for Learning Parsimonious Regulatory Networks from Systems-biology Data Sets de Novo”, 出自 Genome Biology, 卷 7, 期 5, London: BioMed Central, →DOI, →ISSN, →OCLC, →PMCID,頁號 R36:
      Statistical methods offer the ability to enforce parsimonious selection of the most influential potential predictors of each gene's state.
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  3. (運動) 不让分的,防守牢固
    • 2015 5月 25, Daniel Taylor, “Norwich reach Premier League after early blitz sees off Middlesbrough”, 出自 The Guardian[1], London,於1 November 2015歸檔自原頁面:
      They played like a team that was in a hurry to get back to the Premier League. Norwich City had dismantled the most parsimonious defence in the Championship inside the opening quarter of an hour and at the final whistle it was the yellow end, rather than Middlesbrough’s banks of red, where the euphoria could be found.
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