1. association

    a connection or cooperative link between people or organizations

  2. allot

    to assign as a share or portion

  3. ad-hoc

    An ad hoc activity or organization is done or formed only because a situation has made it necessary and is not planned in advance. 想起了 ansible cli 可以直接执行一次性的命令,这就是 ad-hoc,也可以提前写好 playbook,写好剧本,这就是计划好的。


  1. bypass


  1. context

    the circumstances that form the setting for an event, statement, or idea, and in terms of which it can be fully understood and asserted.

  2. cardinality

    the number of elements in a given mathematical set 给定集合的元素数量

  3. compound

    Compound is used to indicate that something consists of two or more parts or things.


  1. domain

    an area of territory owned or controlled by a ruler or government.

  2. durable

    Something that is durable is strong and lasts a long time without breaking or becoming weaker


  1. eligible

    qualified to participate or be chosen

  2. exception

    An exception is a particular thing, person, or situation that is not included in a general statement, judgment, or rule.

  3. entity

    An entity is something that exists separately from other things and has a clear identity of its own. 独立有清晰标识的东西


  1. failover

    The designed ability of a server, network or other computer system to switch over automatically to a redundant or standby system in order to avoid loss of access in the event of a failure of the primary system.

  2. fallback

    Someone’s fallback position is what they will do if their plans do not succeed, or if something unexpected happens.

  3. field

    A field is an area of a computer's memory or a program where data can be entered, edited, or stored.



  1. handle

    A handle is the part of an object such as a tool, bag, or cup that you hold in order to be able to pick up and use the object.


  1. independent

    not connected with another or with each other; separate 互不关联,分离的




  1. lifetime

    A lifetime is the length of time that someone is alive. 某人活着的时间,也就是享年多久。 The lifetime of a particular thing is the period of time that it lasts. 某事物存在的时长。




  1. overhead


  1. on the fly

If you do something on the fly, you do it quickly without thinking about it or planning it in advance, especially while something else is happening. 没有提前计划做事情或者不假思索做事情

  1. overlap

If one thing overlaps another, or if you overlap them, a part of the first thing occupies the same area as a part of the other thing. You can also say that two things overlap. 空间上重叠


  1. precedence

    the condition of being considered more important than someone or something else; priority in importance, order, or rank. 优先级

  2. parenthesis


  3. preemptive

    serving or intended to preempt or forestall something, especially to prevent attack by disabling the enemy.

  4. populate

    to provide with members 对象填充成员属性

  5. parameter

    Parameters are factors or limits which affect the way that something can be done or made.

  6. proxy

    A proxy is a person or thing that is acting or being used in the place of someone or something else.

  7. payload

    The payload of an aircraft or spacecraft is the amount or weight of things or people that it is carrying.

  8. proceed

    If you proceed to do something, you do it, often after doing something else first. 先做完一件事,接着做另一件事。

  9. pending

    If something is done pending a future event, it is done until that event happens.



  1. relinquish

    voluntarily cease to keep or claim; give up. 自愿放弃 to give over possession or control of : YIELD 放弃控制

  2. reference

    A reference is something such as a number or a name that tells you where you can obtain the information you want. 能从中获取信息的东西,隔一层。you->reference->info


  1. sparse

    thinly dispersed or scattered, 稀疏的

  2. slot

    a long, narrow aperture or slit in a machine for something to be inserted an allotted place in a arrangement or plan such as a broadcasting schedule.(安排或计划中分配的位置)


  1. ternary

    composed of three parts 三元

  2. trade-off

    balance achieved between two desirable but incompatible features; balancing of factors all of which are not attainable at the same time 平衡两个互不兼容的特性,妥协

  3. traid / triplet

  4. ticket

    a certificate or token showing that a fare or admission fee has been paid 票

  5. tuple

computing a row of values in a relational database 关系型数据库中的一行就是 tuple