- the tough protective outer sheath of the trunk, branches, and twigs of a tree or woody shrub；the bark of a tree used for tanning leather, making dyestuffs, or as a mulch in gardening
- strip the bark from (a tree or piece of wood)；scrape the skin off (one's shin) by accidentally hitting it against something hard
verb: bark, 3rd person present: barks, gerund or present participle: barking, past tense: barked, past participle: barked
- 1. the tough protective outer sheath of the trunk, branches, and twigs of a tree or woody shrub beavers feed on leaves and the living bark of trees
- ▪ the bark of a tree used for tanning leather, making dyestuffs, or as a mulch in gardening top-dress lime-hating shrubs with bark
- 2. thin sheets of chocolate topped with ingredients such as nuts, candy, and dried fruit and broken into irregularly shaped pieces white chocolate bark studded with cranberries and pistachios there's always room for another piece of peppermint bark
- 1. British strip the bark from (a tree or piece of wood) they had to be barked by hand, you couldn't peel them the way you can newly cut wood
- ▪ scrape the skin off (one's shin) by accidentally hitting it against something hard it's pitch black—I barked my shin and took a tumble in a nettle bed
- 2. technical tan or dye (leather or other materials) using the tannins found in bark.
BARK STATEMENT (Bark is the external natural layer covering... usig the timber or ISPM 15 statements. A bark statement is required for all timber packaging/dunnage ...
已下出自維基百科全書 (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Birch_bark) birch bark也可寫做 birchbark, 是樺樹的樹皮. 從史前時代開始, 人們就喜歡拿它...
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