形容词:modulative 动词过去式:modulated 过去分词:modulated 现在分词:modulating 第三人称单数:modulates 名词:modulability
/'mɒdjʊleɪt; [US] -dʒʊ-; `mɑdʒə,let/
1 [Tn] vary the strength, volume or pitch of (one's voice) 改变（嗓音）的强弱、大小、高低
*the actor's clearly modulated tones 那演员显然改变了的声调.
2 [I, Ipr] ~ (from sth) (to sth) change from one musical key to another 变调; 转调
*music that modulates frequently 频繁变调的乐曲
* to modulate from C major to A minor 从C大调变至A小调.
3 [Tn] (fml 文) adjust or moderate (sth) 调节, 调整（某事物）.
4 [Tn] vary the amplitude, phase or frequency of (a radio wave) so as to convey a particular signal 调制（无线电波）.
1500-1600; Language: Latin;Origin:
, past participle of modulari 'to play, sing'
, from modulus; MODULE
to change the sound of your voice [T]
to change a process or activity to make it more controlled, slower, less strong etc These drugs modulate the disease process. [I + from/to]technical
to move from one key
to another in a piece of music using a series of related chords [T]technical
to change the form of a radio signal so that it can be broadcast more effectively>modulation
[,mɔdjʊ'leɪʃən (US) ,mɑːdʒə-/
1. The speaker had a really noble voice which he could modulate with great skill. 这位演说者有副相当好的嗓子，他能很技巧地调整它。