fact＝to make（做），to do（做，为） 变化型 fect
1 [C] any of the powers of the body or mind 官能; 才能; 能力
*the faculty of sight 视力
* the mental faculties, ie the power of reason 智力
* be in possession of all one's faculties, ie be able to see, hear, speak, understand, etc 具有各种官能（有视、听、说、理解等能力）.
2 [sing] ~ of/for doing sth particular ability for doing sth 做某事物的特殊才能
*have a great faculty for learning languages 有学习语言的才能.
3 (a) [C] department or group of related departments in a university, etc （大学的）系, 科, 院
*the Faculty of Law, Science, etc 法律学院、理学院.
(b) [CGp] all the lecturers, etc in one of these （大学的某系、科、院的）全体教员
*[attrib 作定语] a faculty meeting （大学的某系、科、院的）全体教员会议.
(c) [CGp] (US) the whole teaching staff of a university, etc 大学等的全体教员.
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French;Origin: faculté, from Latin facultas 'ability']
a department or group of related departments within a university
the Faculty of Law
the Engineering Faculty
[U and C]AmE
all the teachers in a university
Both faculty and students oppose the measures.
[C usually plural]
a natural ability, such as the ability to see, hear, or think clearly
an assessment of the patient's mental faculties
in full possession of all your faculties
(=able to see, hear, think etc in the normal way) faculty of
the faculty of sight
a particular skill that someone has
She had a great faculty for absorbing information.
1. He has lost his faculty of memory. 他失去了记忆力。
2. Faculty evaluations are conducted by the students. 对教职员工的评估也由学生来进行。