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    born查询结果如下:

    音标:[bɔːn]
    名词复数:borns 词频:高频常用词

    基本释义/说明: adj.出生的
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    a.
    天生的;有天才的;
    a born leader
    一个天生的领袖.
    a born orator
    一位天才演说家.
    He is a born poet (a poet born).
    他是个天才诗人.
    vt.
    ①[be born]诞生,出生;
    When (What day) were you born?
    你什么时候(哪一天)生的?
    Two children were born to them.
    他们生了两个孩子.
    The baby was born at 8 o`clock.
    这婴儿是八点钟出生的.
    The new political party was born at a small meeting.
    这个新政党是在一次小会上诞生的.
    I feel as if I have been born again.
    我感到好像我又获得了新生.
    ②生而为,天生是;命中注定;
    He was born a poet.
    他天生是个诗人.
    She was born French,but grew up in Germany.
    她生在法国(是法国人),但在德国长大.
    bear 的过去分词(只用于被动式);
    -扩展释义
    【计算机】
    vb. 出生(承受,负担)
    【化学】
    出生,承受,负担
    When were you Born?
    你什么时候出生的?
    N/A
    a.[Z]1.出生的诞生的;产生的[F]2.天生的生来就有的[+to-v]
    -born的不同词性形态

    形容词 变体/同根词

    Without mechanical bearings.
    “The existing two-bladed, semi-rigid, teetering rotor system is replaced with a four-bladed, hingeless, bearingless rotor system.”
    “The helicopters have a common four-bladed, composite, hingeless, bearingless main rotor system and tail rotor, engine, avionics, software, controls and displays.”
    “Planned is the remanufacture of 100 UH-1Ns as UH-1Ys with four-blade composite hingeless and bearingless rotors, more powerful T700-GE-401 engines and Litton cockpit systems.”
    bearly
    同义词: ursine
    Of, pertaining to, or characteristic of bears; ursine. || Misspelling of burly.
    “Past two years old Keg was now, a big and very bearly bear, and with the first tocsin of fall in the air he′d wandered off toward Sugar-loaf, answering the call of his kind.”
    “All acting like nothing even happened at all. Boom! BOOOM!! As Jeanie goes ta answer it, as im in the kitchen getting cereal. As another Big bearly Man Comes barging in.”
    Having physical or temperamental characteristics like those of a bear. || Like that of a bear
    “The old petulance, the bearlike hunching ill-temper of his bachelor days has vanished.”
    “A child psychiatrist and the medical director of the CD-CP, he is tweedy and bearlike, with curly brown hair and a salt-and-pepper beard.”
    “There really is something strong, powerful, bearlike about him, isn′t there?”
    Able to be borne; tolerable; endurable.
    “The repeated photos in the papers would be more bearable and we could turn the sound down when they speak on telly and still feel a warm glow.”
    “We know how getting a smile first thing in the morning on a working day makes the day all the more bearable.”
    “Decent restaurants, shops of international repute, bearable hotel, excellent restaurants and the bustle that spells boom.”
    born的过去式和过去分词形式(Geordie)

    名词 变体/同根词

    born的复数形式
    The place where someone (or something) was born.
    The amount that a baby weighs at the time of birth.
    “Unfortunately, about 20 to 40 percent of the very lowest birthweight babies develop serious lasting disabilities.”
    “The doctors I met on a professional visit in March pointed to a rising prevalence of anaemia in pregnant women and low birthweight babies.”
    “The researchers also found that cold temperatures in the third trimester of pregnancy caused birthweight to drop.”
    The year in which one was born; year of (one′s) birth.
    A dog for baiting or hunting bears.
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