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salamander如何读

英:[ˈsæləmændə(r)]

美:[ˈsæləˌmændɚ]

salamander是什么意思

n. (名词)
  1. 【动】蝾螈,火蜥蜴
  2. 能耐高温的物件,能耐火和高热的器具,耐火保险箱
  3. 烤板,轻便烤箱
  4. 耐火的人,能耐高热的人
  5. 不怕炮火的军人
  6. 吞火的魔术师
  7. 萨拉曼德(音译名)
  8. 火精,火怪(能在火中生活的一种精灵)
  9. 沙罗曼蛇,火蛇
  10. 拨火棒

salamander自然拼读

sal·a·man·der

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salamander变形

复数:salamanders

salamander英英释义

noun

a mythical animal having the power to endure fire without harm

an elemental being in the theory of Paracelsus inhabiting fire

any of numerous amphibians (order Caudata) superficially resembling lizards but scaleless and covered with a soft moist skin and breathing by gills in the larval stage

an article used in connection with fire: such as

a cooking utensil for browning a food (such as pastry or pudding)

a portable stove

a cooking device with an overhead heat source like a broiler

a mass of unfused material (such as metallic iron or partially reduced ore) in the hearth of a blast furnace

the pocket gopher (Geomys tuza) of the southeastern U.S.

salamander词组

giant salamander鲵;娃娃鱼

salamander同义词

  • n. 火蜥蜴;蝾螈目动物;耐火的人;烤箱
  • toaster oven, cabinet oven

salamander词源中文解释

14世纪中叶, salamandre,“传说中生活在火中的类似蜥蜴的生物”,源自古法语 salamandre,“传说中的火兽”,也指“蟋蟀”(12世纪),源自拉丁语 salamandra,源自希腊语 salamandra,一种被认为可以扑灭火焰的蜥蜴,这个词可能源自东方,或者根据 Beekes 的说法,源自前希腊语。

在动物学中,这个词用于指尾巴的两栖动物(通常称为 eft 或 newt,但这些词有时仅用于水蜥蜴),记录于17世纪10年代。亚里士多德,尤其是普林尼,对一种在火中生存并扑灭火焰的动物的虚构负有责任。这种蜥蜴生活在潮湿的木头中,当受到威胁时会分泌一种乳状物质,但对于这个神话并没有明显的自然解释。这个词也被用作火元素的一种想象中的名称(1680年代)。

在技术上,也扩展到与火有关的物品或在非常炎热时使用的物品(1660年代)。18世纪还用于指“在诱惑中保持贞洁的女人”(Addison 之后),以及“在战斗中冒着枪火的士兵”。salamander-stove(1842)是一种用于加热房间的小型便携式炉子。rub someone a salamander 是19世纪德国学生的饮酒祝酒词(einem einen salamander reiben)的一种形式。

相关形容词: Salamandrous(1711); salamandrine(1712); salamandroid(1854); salamandry(约1600年)。

salamander_冶金学行业词汇

积铁

salamander_医学行业词汇

蝾螈:一种有尾的两栖动物,常用于各种实验

salamander词源英文解释

Middle English salamandre "a reptile believed to live in fire," borrowed from Anglo-French, borrowed from Latin salamandra, borrowed from Greek salamándra, probably of pre-Greek substratal origin

The first known use of salamander was in the 14th century

salamander儿童词典英英释义

salarynoun

money paid at regular times for work or services : stipend

salarynoun

money paid at regular times for work or services : stipend

salamandernoun

an imaginary creature not harmed by fire

any of an order of amphibians that are covered with scaleless usually smooth moist skin and look like lizards

salamandernoun

an imaginary creature not harmed by fire

any of an order of amphibians that are covered with scaleless usually smooth moist skin and look like lizards

salamander 例句

1.I had all the activities planned: the walk on the mossy path, the search for a salamander that had mysteriously appeared on my doorstep, and a campfire.

2.The night before Thanksgiving, while most of my acquaintances were setting tables or stuffing turkeys, I was in a lonesome town in Mexico, watching a salamander eat mosquitoes on a greasy kitchen wall.

3.Bobcats, bears, red and gray foxes, beaver, skunks, raccoons, flying squirrels, and our friends the salamanders exist in admirable numbers, though you don’t often see them, as most are nocturnal or wary of people.

4.Less intentional still, says Monosson, are the impacts we’re having on larger species: where industrial pollution meets wildlife, frogs, fish and salamanders evolve to survive in their newly toxic environments.

5.There’s also a very cute snowflake-gobbling salamander named Bruni, who lives in the Enchanted Forest, and is very drawn to the beloved ice queen.

6.Among the most alluring of his images are the golden portraits of larval salamanders.

7.Groom for home at the same time giant salamander domesticates progenitive technology personnel.

同时为国内培训大鲵驯养繁殖技术人员.

8.They say the process is more common in joints less prone to osteoarthritis, and appears to be linked to small molecules that control the regrowth of limbs in animals such as the salamander.

9.For the Siberian salamander, having a body that can quickly adjust to these temperatures is essential to survival.

对西伯利亚蝾螈而言,拥有能迅速适应这些气温的身体是生存的必要条件。

10.But it also feels dated, a place for the nostalgic and those who find contentment walking in the woods looking for salamanders or peering in the pond for fish.

11.On hot days we swam in Elsinore's river where it meandered through a nearby wood, and we captured frogs and salamanders on its grassy banks.

12.SAT Search under logs and in ponds for the three types of salamanders found at Camp Long, for ages 6 and older, children accompanied by adult, 3 p.m.

13.SAT See and learn about dragonflies, butterflies, spiders and their webs, snakes and salamanders; kid oriented, adult friendly, 10:30 a.m.

14.Small large-eyed semiaquatic salamander of the United States northwest.

美国西北部大眼半水栖的小型蝾螈。

15.It vaguely resembles a giant salamander, with gray, scaly flesh and a long, slender fish tail.

它隐约看起来像一只巨型的蝾螈,身体灰色,长有鳞片,有一条鱼型的细长尾巴。

16.Egg mass counts are the most efficient method to answer the question: “How are Eastern tiger salamander populations doing in Maryland?”

17.Like a small, striped snake, like a salamander, or a squirrel maybe, or a raccoon, something quick, little, harmless, and desperate, she slid, crept, wiggled underneath the sides of the summer house.

18.Mama says she is a skinny thing, blond and pale like salamanders that have never seen the sun.

19.She could just as easily be speaking of the other boroughs too, as frogs, toads, snakes and salamanders all have homes there.

20.Blum also creates taxonomies of a more scientific, if still idiosyncratic, variety, staging a dead fox along a painted line on the road, or individual salamanders against vast floral tablecloths.

salamander 短语相关

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