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  1. butterfly

    • IPA[ˈbədərˌflī]

    美式

    • n.
      a nectar-feeding insect with two pairs of large, typically brightly colored wings that are covered with microscopic scales. Butterflies are distinguished from moths by having clubbed or dilated antennae, holding their wings erect when at rest, and being active by day.;having a two-lobed shape resembling the spread wings of a butterfly
    • v.
      split (a piece of meat or fish) almost in two and spread it out flat
    • noun: butterfly, plural noun: butterflies

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a nectar-feeding insect with two pairs of large, typically brightly colored wings that are covered with microscopic scales. Butterflies are distinguished from moths by having clubbed or dilated antennae, holding their wings erect when at rest, and being active by day.
    • 2. having a two-lobed shape resembling the spread wings of a butterfly:

      a butterfly clip

    • 3. a showy or frivolous person:

      a social butterfly

    • 4. a fluttering and nauseous sensation felt in the stomach when one is nervous.
    • 5. a stroke in swimming in which both arms are raised out of the water and lifted forwards together.
    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. split (a piece of meat or fish) almost in two and spread it out flat:

      butterfly the shrimp using a small sharp knife

    • n. a fine-meshed bag supported on a frame at the end of a handle for catching butterflies.

    • n. any of a number of brightly coloured or boldly marked fish of warm waters.

    • n. a valve consisting of a disk rotating on an axis across the diameter of a pipe to regulate the flow, as in the throttles of many engines.

    • n. a small sponge cake with its top cut off and divided into two pieces, which are then fixed to the cake with buttercream at an angle to resemble a butterfly's wings.

    • n. (with reference to chaos theory) the phenomenon whereby a minute localized change in a complex system can have large effects elsewhere.

    • n. a butterfly with mottled orange, yellow, and black markings, and wavy wing margins.

    • n. a brightly coloured Eurasian butterfly with conspicuous eyespots on its wings.

    • n. a large migratory orange and black butterfly that occurs mainly in North America. The caterpillar feeds on milkweed, using the toxins in the plant to render both itself and the adult unpalatable to predators.

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    • IPA[ˈbʌtəflʌɪ]

    英式

    • n.
      a nectar-feeding insect with two pairs of large, typically brightly coloured wings that are covered with microscopic scales. Butterflies are distinguished from moths by having clubbed or dilated antennae, holding their wings erect when at rest, and being active by day.
    • v.
      split (a piece of meat or fish) almost in two and spread it out flat:
    • butterfly the shrimp using a small sharp knife
  2. 知識+

    • 倖田來未 butterfly歌詞(急)

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    • butterfly這個字為什麼這樣組合?

      根據字源字典~~~butterfly這字的由來~~butterfly 圖片參考:http://www.etymonline.com/graphics/dictionary.gif O...on the old notion that the insects (or witches disguised as butterflies) consume butter or milk that is left uncovered. Or, less creatively...

    • 問LOST BUTTERFLY 的羅馬拼音歌詞

      Lost Butterfly RURUTIAロストバタフライ ルルティアButterfly.../653086/   2006-11-20 20:17:41 補充: Butterfly彷徨哦,地鐵是個迷宮, 雖然振翅高飛,振翅高飛...