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  1. mantle

    • IPA[ˈman(t)l]

    美式

    • n.
      a loose sleeveless cloak or shawl, worn especially by women;a covering of a specified sort
    • v.
      clothe in or as if in a mantle; cloak or envelop;(of blood) suffuse (the face)
    • noun: mantle, plural noun: mantles

    • verb: mantle, 3rd person present: mantles, gerund or present participle: mantling, past tense: mantled, past participle: mantled

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    • 相關詞
    • n.
      名詞
    • 1. a loose sleeveless cloak or shawl, worn especially by women:

      she was wrapped tightly in her mantle

    • 2. a covering of a specified sort:

      the houses were covered with a thick mantle of snow

    • 3. a bird's back, scapulars, and wing coverts, especially when of a distinctive color:

      many gulls are all white except for dark gray mantle and wings

    • 4. an outer or enclosing layer of tissue, especially (in mollusks, cirripedes, and brachiopods) a fold of skin enclosing the viscera and secreting the substance that produces the shell.
    • 5. an important role or responsibility that passes from one person to another:

      the second son has now assumed his father's mantle

    • 6. a fragile mesh cover fixed around a gas jet, kerosene wick, etc., to give an incandescent light when heated.
    • 7. the region of the earth's interior between the crust and the core, believed to consist of hot, dense silicate rocks (mainly peridotite):

      magmas erupted at mid-ocean ridges are derived from the upper mantle

      mantle rock

    • 8. the corresponding part of another planetary body:

      the lunar mantle

    • v.
      動詞
    • 1. clothe in or as if in a mantle; cloak or envelop:

      heavy mists mantled the forested slopes

    • 2. (of blood) suffuse (the face):

      a warm pink mounted to the girl's cheeks and mantled her brow

    • 3. (of the face) glow with a blush:

      her rich face mantling with emotion

    • 4. (of a liquid) become covered with a head or froth:

      the poison mantled in the bowl

    • 5. (of a bird of prey on the ground or on a perch) spread the wings and tail so as to cover captured prey:

      the female Goshawk is feeding while mantling with spread wings over her prey

    • ph. (1931–95), US baseball player; full name Mickey Charles Mantle. He played for the New York Yankees 1951–68. His records for most World Series runs, home runs, runs batted in, extra-base hits, walks, and total bases remain unbroken. Baseball Hall of Fame (1974).

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    • n. a herbaceous European plant of the rose family, with lobed rounded leaves and inconspicuous greenish flowers, and formerly valued in herbal medicine.

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    • IPA[ˈmant(ə)l]

    英式

    • n.
      a loose sleeveless cloak or shawl, worn especially by women:
    • she was wrapped tightly in her mantle
    • v.
      cloak or envelop:
    • heavy mists mantled the forested slopes

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    • n.
      variant spelling of mantel

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    • IPA[ˈman(t)l]

    美式

    • n.
      variant spelling of mantel

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  2. 知識+

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      佳慧,我們先理解一下為何 米奇‧查理斯‧曼托 (Mickey Mantle) 會說這句話。 "Play like me; don't be like me."...

    • how do crust and mantle differ

      ...layer of the sphere which makes up the physical appearance of the planet. The mantle is the next major layer, taking up more of a liquid form. convection ...

    • 英文意思..翻譯..解釋..越快越好!!

      ...皮相,外表,表面。4.〔美俚〕老面皮,厚顏無恥,沒禮貌;(人的)腦殼。 Mantle: 1.披風,罩衣。2.一層(被覆)幕,蓋罩。3.(煤氣燈)紗罩;【解剖學】外表...