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moor

US [mʊr]
UK [mʊə(r)]
  • n.荒野;旷野;高沼;漠泽
  • v.(使)停泊;系泊
  • Web摩尔人;使停泊;沼泽
Plural Form:moors  Present Participle:mooring  Past Tense:moored  
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n.
1.
[c][usupl]
旷野;荒野;高沼;漠泽a high open area of land that is not used for farming, especially an area covered with rough grass and heather
the North York moors
北约克郡的漠泽
to go for a walk on the moors
到旷野去散步
v.
1.
[i][t]
(使)停泊;系泊to attach a boat, ship, etc. to a fixed object or to the land with a rope, or anchor it
We moored off the north coast of the island.
我们停泊在岛的北部岸边。
A number of fishing boats were moored to the quay.
很多渔船系泊在码头。

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