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  1. furrow

    • IPA[ˈfərō]

    美式

    • n.
      a long narrow trench made in the ground by a plow, especially for planting seeds or for irrigation.;a rut, groove, or trail in the ground or another surface
    • v.
      make a rut, groove, or trail in (the ground or the surface of something);(with reference to the forehead or face) mark or be marked with lines or wrinkles caused by frowning, anxiety, or concentration
    • noun: furrow, plural noun: furrows

    • verb: furrow, 3rd person present: furrows, gerund or present participle: furrowing, past tense: furrowed, past participle: furrowed

    • 釋義
    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a long narrow trench made in the ground by a plow, especially for planting seeds or for irrigation.
    • 2. a rut, groove, or trail in the ground or another surface:

      truck wheels had dug furrows in the sand

    • 3. a line or wrinkle on a person's face:

      there were deep furrows in his brow

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. make a rut, groove, or trail in (the ground or the surface of something):

      gorges furrowing the deep-sea floor

    • 2. (with reference to the forehead or face) mark or be marked with lines or wrinkles caused by frowning, anxiety, or concentration:

      a look of concern furrowed his brow

      her brow furrowed

    • 3. (with reference to the eyebrows) tighten or be tightened and lowered in anxiety, concentration, or disapproval, so wrinkling the forehead:

      his brows furrowed in concentration

      she furrowed her brows, thinking hard

    • 4. use a plow to make a long narrow trench in (land or earth):

      the tractors continuously furrowed the fields for several days

    • adj. (of land or earth) covered in long, narrow trenches formed by plowing:

    • furrowed fields

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    • adj. (of land or earth) covered in long, narrow trenches formed by ploughing:

    • furrowed fields

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    • n. a slice of earth turned up by the mouldboard of a plough.

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    • follow a course of action in which one is isolated or in which one can act independently

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    • follow a course of action in which one is isolated or in which one can act independently

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    • follow a course of action in which one is isolated or in which one can act independently

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    • follow a course of action in which one is isolated or in which one can act independently

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    • IPA[ˈfʌrəʊ]

    英式

    • n.
      a long, narrow trench made in the ground by a plough, especially for planting seeds or irrigation:
    • regular furrows in a ploughed field

      fields of ridge and furrow

    • v.
      make a rut, groove, or trail in (the ground or the surface of something):
    • gorges furrowing the deep-sea floor

      John's face was furrowed with tears

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