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    bone查询结果如下:

    音标:[boʊn] 现在分词:boning
    过去式:boned 过去分词:boned
    名词复数:bones 第三人称单数:bones

    基本释义/说明: n. 骨(头)
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    n.
    ①[C]骨(头);
    This fish has a lot of bones in it.
    这种鱼骨头很多.
    He broke a bone in his leg.
    他断了一根腿骨.
    ②[U]骨质(物);
    Buttons are sometimes made of bone.
    钮扣有时用骨质物制成.
    ③(pl)骨骼;骸骨;白骨;
    Bones are much used as a manure.
    骸骨很多用作肥料.
    ④[名词作定语];
    bone black (or char)
    骨炭.
    bone oil
    骨油.
    vt.
    ①剔...的骨;取出...骨头;
    Will you bone this piece of fish for me?
    你是不是帮我把这块鱼的骨头剔出来?
    ②[俚]偷窃
    -扩展释义
    n.
    1. 骨骨头[C]2. 骨质[U]3. 骨骼;身体;尸骸[P]4. 骨制品[C]5. 【口】骰子[P]vt.1. 剔去...的骨2. 用鲸骨(或钢架等)撑(妇女上衣)3. 施骨肥于vi.1. 【美】【俚】苦学;考前临时抱佛脚[(+up)]
    【海运】
    (航行中船首的)浪花(She has a bone in her teeth,船首无浪)
    n. 【化学】
    骨头,碳质页岩,骨状物,骨架,骨质,钢性;去骨
    n.
    1. 【美】带骨牛排;T字骨嫩牛排
    N/A
    丁字牛排
    -bone的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    Resembling or characteristic of bone.
    “Bowheads, also known as Greenland right whales, are baleen whales, meaning that instead of teeth they have bonelike plates that they use to strain food from gulps of water.”
    “Right whales are large baleen whales, meaning that instead of teeth they have bonelike plates, which they use to strain food from large gulps of water.”
    “In vitro differentiation of chick embryo bone marrow stromal cells into cartilaginous and bonelike tissues.”
    Without bones, especially as pertaining to meat or poultry prepared for eating. || (chiefly Britain, figuratively) Lacking strength, courage, or resolve; spineless.
    “And his cauliflower ears, toothless grin and boneless nose are testimony to his unrelenting quest for simulated perfection.”
    “The men reminisced about hearing the bell while night-fishing for mojarra and boneless quishele to sell in the market.”
    “If you want ground beef, buy boneless roasts and have your butcher grind them or grind them yourself.”
    resembling, having the appearance or consistence of, or relating to bone; osseous. || full of bones || with little flesh; skinny, thin || having prominent bones
    “Without looking, Monty pointed a thin bony finger across the narrow inlet where soldiers were pulling a limp, but responding living human from the water.”
    “The bony plates on the armadillos’ back serves as protective armour from predators.”
    “Graham, in a Jacky Howe flannel, was sitting hunched with his bony legs drawn up under his chin.”
    (slang,极少使用) sexually attractive.
    (in combination) Having some specific type of bone. || (art) Of computer-generated animations: based on models with simulated bones or joints. || (slang) Beset with unfortunate circumstances that seem difficult or impossible to overcome; in imminent danger. || (slang) Broken. || of meat or fish, having had the bones removed before cooking. || of a garment such as a corset or basque, fitted with bones.

    名词 变体/同根词

    (slang) The state of having an erection.
    the property or degree of being bony
    “Somehow his boniness and gauntness extends to his personality.”
    “The opposition between Odette’s sharp boniness and her too delicate flesh correspond to the lobster mentioned much later in A l’ombre des jeunes filles en fleurs.”
    “They disregarded its boniness and reveled in its marvelous flavor.”
    A little bone; an ossicle.
    The state or quality of being boneless.
    “The dancer wears a long, soft drapery, which is never lifted to her ankles. Agility and apparent bonelessness are her characteristics.”
    A percussive folk musical instrument played as a pair in one hand, often made from bovine ribs. || (informal) The act of two fists meeting together in the manner equivalent to a high-five.
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