按比例的, 相当的, 相称的
adj.properly related in size or degree or other measurable characteristics
○ usually followed by `to'
○ the punishment ought to be proportional to the crime
○ earnings relative to production
adj.having a constant ratio
n.one of the quantities in a mathematical proportion
Of an electronic circuit or device; having an output proportional to input; amplifying or attenuating all frequencies equally
The electrical section contains the solid-state proportional temperature controllers and solenoid valves
The law of electric current is that an electric current varies directly AS the voltage and inversely proportional to the resistance.
Payment will BE proportional to the amount of work done.
To obtain an accurate measure of the precessional rate one has to attenuate the signal proportional to torquing current by COS
That GIRL is of proportional build and is beautiful.
The morbidity and mortality of the Host species is usually proportional to the number of coccidial cocysts ingested
It must be noted that the current increases proportional to every decrease of resistance.
One very important feature of pseudo forces is that they are always proportional to the masses
The total rate at which recombination is occurring is certainly proportional to the number of electrons times the number of ions