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landscape，英文单词，名词、及物动词、不及物动词，作名词时意为“风景；风景画；景色；山水画；乡村风景画；地形；（文件的）横向打印格式”，作及物动词时意为“对 做景观美化，给 做园林美化；从事庭园设计”，作不及物动词时意为“美化（环境等），使景色宜人；从事景观美化工作 Creating Thermal Comfort and Energy Efficiency Microclimatic Landscape Design shows designers how to work with nature to create climatically pleasant spaces for human activities.
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