Proxy

proxy proxy noun (pl. -ies) 1. [U] the authority that you give to sb to do sth for you, when you cannot do it yourself • 代理权;代表权:
»You can vote either in person or by proxy.
你可以亲自投票或请人代理。
»a proxy vote
由他人代投的票
2. [C, U] proxy (for sb) a person who has been given the authority to represent sb else • 代理人;受托人;代表:
»Your proxy will need to sign the form on your behalf.
你的代理人将须代表你在表格上签字。
»She is acting as proxy for her husband.
她作她丈夫的代表。
»They were like proxy parents to me.
他们待我如同父母。
3. proxy for sth (formal) or (technical 术语) • something that you use to represent sth else that you are trying to measure or calculate • (测算用的)代替物,指标:
»The number of patients on a doctorˈs list was seen as a good proxy for assessing how hard they work.
医生诊单上的病人数被看作是衡量他们工作努力程度的可靠指标。
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代理服務器﹐即Proxy服務器﹐在互聯網上的完成跑腿服務。當你在瀏覽器中設置了某個Proxy服務器之後﹐由你的瀏覽器所發出的任何要求﹐都會被送到Proxy服務器上去﹐由這臺Proxy服務器代為處理。

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