adj. 形容詞 無所不在的,遍在的;〈戲謔語〉(人)到處看見其蹤影的。
The struggle between opposites is ubiquitous. 對立的爭斗無所不在。
adv. 動詞 副詞 -ly ,-ness n. 名詞


    1. The axe is an ancient and ubiquitous tool that has been used to shape, split and cut wood, harvest timber, as a weapon and a ceremonial or heraldic symbol

    2. Vacuoles are ubiquitous in the plant kingdom.

    3. Both types of organisms are ubiquitous in nature.

    4. The trade - off problems arising from ecosystem modification is ubiquitous in sabah - absolutely polluted rivers, beautiful oxbow lakes eaten away by invasive alien freshwater hyacinths or salvinia molesta from south america and their resultant death through triplication, sedimentary blooms encroaching mangroves, coastal fishing grounds, unprecedented long and deeper flooding in the major river basins. take the ecosystem services away, mankind is as well dead. for instance, nutrient formation needed by man, water cycling, soil formation and soil retention, pollination of plants, resistance to invasive species, regulating climate and pests as well as pollution control by ecosystems are some of the critical ecosystem services

      其實,沙巴最迷人的度假特色,還是周遭豐富繽紛的海底生態資源,馬來西亞7座海洋公園,就有4個位在沙巴沿海區域,包括亞庇西北165海裡外的拉央拉央島layang - layang沙巴東南處的馬寶島mabul和卡巴賴島kapalai沙巴和汶萊灣岸外以北的納閩labuan ,以及亞庇海外由5座小島構成的東姑阿都拉曼國家公園tunku abdul rahman park islands 。
    5. Nowadays no parking is the most ubiquitous of prohibitions.