fad的的用法,fad怎么读美 [fæd] 英 [fæd]
- abbr.(=flavin adenine dinucleotide)【生化】黄素腺嘌呤二核苷酸
- 网络黄素腺嘌呤二核苷酸(flavin adenine dinucleotide)；时尚；一时的流行
something that people are interested in for only a short period of time
the latest/current fad
a fad for physical fitness
Rap music proved to be more than just a passing fad .
flavin adenine dinucleotide. 【生物化学】黄素腺嘌呤二核苷酸
something that is embraced very enthusiastically for a short time, especially by many people
something that is very popular but only for a short time
something that is important only to a particular person
You quickly conclude that this newfangled chainsaw thing is just a fad, and you go back to chopping down trees with your axe.
After a few years, it was clear that software as a service wasn't just a fad, it was a solid business.
Yet, in the West, standards of cleanliness seem to have moved beyond science into the realm of fashion and fad.
Although Cyndi might be best known for her wild costumes and video antics of the 80s, she has shown that she wasn't just a fad of the 80s.
Is sesame-oil and chili hotpot with its spicy layer of red sauce going to be the next popular eating fad?
This global warming fad trying to use a guilt trip about our carbon footprints is a fraud to squeeze more money out of us.
Social media are certainly not a fad, and their impact is only just beginning to be felt.
Body piercing is something of a modern fad amongst youngsters (and some oldsters).
Sounds like another ridiculous fad to me. I suppose you've got to wrap yourself in cellophane and sit in a sauna!
Physics tends to be dictated by fad and fashion. There are the gurus who dictate the direction in which new ideas grow.