简明英汉词典

bird
[bE:d]
n.
鸟, <俚>人
vi.
在野外观察或鉴别鸟类

基本词义

Bird
[bE:d]
伯德 (男子或女子名, 亦作Byrd)

美国传统词典[双解]

bird
bird
AHD:[b?rd]
D.J.[b*8d]
K.K.[b)d]
n.(名词)

(1)

Any of the class Aves of warm-blooded, egg-laying, feathered vertebrates with forelimbs modified to form wings.
鸟,禽:一种鸟纲温血、卵生、有羽毛的脊椎动物,前肢演变形成翅膀

(2)

Such an animal hunted as game.
捕猎的鸟:为捕猎游戏的该种动物

(3)

Such an animal, especially a chicken or turkey, used as food:
家禽:家禽动物,尤指鸡或火鸡,用作食物:
put the bird in the oven.
把鸡放到烤箱里

(4)

See clay pigeon
参见 clay pigeon

(5)

Sports See shuttlecock
【体育运动】 参见 shuttlecock

(6)

Slang A rocket, guided missile, satellite, or airplane.
【俚语】 火箭、导弹、卫星或飞机

(7)

Slang A person, especially one who is odd or remarkable:
【俚语】 怪人:人,尤指奇怪或非凡的人物:
a sly old bird.
老滑头

(8)

Chiefly British A young woman.
【多用于英国】 年轻的妇女

(9)

Slang
【俚语】

(10)

A loud sound expressing disapproval; a raspberry.
表示不满的响亮的声音;咂舌声

(11)

Discharge from employment:
解雇:
lost a big sale and nearly got the bird.
丢了笔大生意几乎被解雇

(12)

An obscene gesture of anger, defiance, or derision made by pointing or jabbing the middle finger upward.
下流手势:用向上指或捅中指表示生气、蔑视、或嘲笑的下流手势
v.intr.(不及物动词)
bird.edbird.ingbirds

(1)

To observe and identify birds in their natural surroundings.
在自然界观察和辨认鸟

(2)

To trap, shoot, or catch birds.
捕鸟、射鸟或捉鸟

习惯用语

for the birds
Objectionable or worthless.
令人不快的或无用的

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old English brid [young bird]
源自 古英语 brid [幼鸟]

继承用法

birding
n.(名词)

现代英汉词典

bird
[b\:d]
n.

(1)

a bird of passage
一只候鸟

(2)

少女;姑娘;人

(3)

嘘声
They gave the actor the bird.
他们嘘了那个演员。

习惯用语

birds of a feather
同类的人;一丘之貉

early bird
早起早到的人

kill 2 birds with one stone
一举两得,一箭双雕

现代英汉综合大辞典

bird
[bE:d]
n.

(1)

鸟, 禽

(2)

[美口]火箭, 导弹, 飞机, 卫星, 宇宙飞船

(3)

羽毛球

(4)

[俚]人, 家伙; 姑娘; [讽]非凡人物

(5)

(航磁测量)吊舱

(6)

[美俚](代表军阶的)鹰徽

(7)

探测器
a useful bird
益鸟
a pernicious bird
害鸟
a game bird
供猎食的鸟
What a queer bird!
真是个怪人!

词性变化

bird
vi.

(1)

在野外观察辨认野鸟

(2)

打鸟, 捕鸟

继承用法

birdbander
n.
为鸟标记者

birdbath
n.
放在庭院供小鸟饮水或戏水的盆形器皿

birdbrain
[5b\:dbreIn]
n.
[俚]傻瓜; 蠢货

birdcage
[5b\:dkeIdV]
n.

(1)

鸟笼

(2)

圆拱结构

birdcall
[`b\:dkR:l]
n.

(1)

鸟语

(2)

摹仿鸟叫的声音; 摹仿鸟叫声的器具

(3)

单边带长途通信设备

bird-claw
adj.
枯瘦如鸟爪的

bird-dog
vt.
[俚]细心观察; 调查

birdeye
n.
无烟煤的一种粒级; 栗叶草

bird-eyed
adj.
目光锐利的; 似鸟眼的; (马等)易惊的

birdfarm
[`b\:dfB:m]
n.
[俚]航空母舰

birdhouse
[`b\:dhaJs]
n.
鸟舍; 大鸟笼

birdlife
n.
鸟类生活; (一地区的)鸟类

birdlime
[5b\:dlaIm]
n.

(1)

粘鸟胶

(2)

陷井; 圈套

birdman
[`b\:dmAn]
n.

(1)

捕鸟者, 鸟类研究者

(2)

[口]飞行员

birdseed
[5b\:dsi:d]
n.
鸟食

bird's-tongue
n.

(1)

平原槭

(2)

刺石竹

bird-watch
vi.
观察野鸟(的生活习性、动态等)

birdwoman
n.
[口]女飞行员

birddom
n.
[美俚]美女世界

birder
[`b\:dE(r)]
n.
捕鸟的人; 玩鸟的人; 野鸟研究家

birdlike
adj.
似鸟的; 敏捷轻快的

习惯用语

a bird in the bush
尚未到手的东西; 没有把握的事

a bird in the hand
已到手的东西; 有把握的事; 既得利益

A bird in the hand is worth two in the bush.
[谚]二鸟在林, 不如一鸟在手; 多得不如现得。

A bird in the hand is worth two in the wood.
[谚]二鸟在林, 不如一鸟在手; 多得不如现得。

A bird is known by its note, and a man by his words.
[谚]闻声知鸟, 闻言知人。

A little bird told me.
[口]我听说; 有人私下告诉我。

A little bird whispered to me.
[口]我听说; 有人私下告诉我。

an early bird
[口]早起的人; 早到的人; 做事趁早的人

Arabian bird
不死鸟(阿拉伯古代传说中的凤凰, 传说五、六百年后自焚成灰, 由灰重生)

do sth. like a bird
爽爽快快地做事; 毫不吃力地做某事

dolly bird
[口]漂亮、时髦的青年妇女

downy bird
[俚]机灵的人, 不会上当的人

Each bird loves to hear himself sing.
[谚]鸟儿爱听自己的鸣声; 每个人都欣赏自己的话; 文章是自己的好。

eat like a bird
吃得极少; 饭量很小

Every bird likes its own nest best.
[谚]鸟均爱其巢; 人皆爱其家。

for the birds
[美口]荒唐可笑的; 沉闷无聊的; 毫无价值的; 只能骗那些轻信的人的

gallows bird
[口]该受绞刑的人

gaol bird (= gaol-bird; [USA]jail bird)
囚犯; 释放犯; 惯犯; 恶棍, 无赖

prison bird (= gaol-bird; [USA]jail bird)
囚犯; 释放犯; 惯犯; 恶棍, 无赖

gay bird

(1)

快活的家伙

(2)

寻欢作乐的家伙

get the bird

(1)

(=get the big bird)(演员等)被嘘, 被喝倒采

(2)

被奚落, 被嘲笑, 碰钉子

(3)

被解雇, 被免职, 被开除

give sb. the bird

(1)

(=give sb. the big bird)(对演员等)发出嘘嘘声, 喝倒采

(2)

奚落 某人, 嘲笑某人

(3)

解雇某人, 叫某人滚蛋

hear a birdsing
[口]私下听人说; 得到秘密情报

in bird
[俚]坐牢

It is an ill bird that fouls its own nest.
[谚]家丑不可外扬。

keep the bird in one's bosom
[罕]对...保持忠诚, 对...忠心耿耿

kill two birds with one stone
一箭双雕; 一举两得

like a bird
动作轻快地, 轻松地; 毫不吃力地; 爽爽快快地

night bird

(1)

夜出活动的鸟(如猫头鹰、夜莺等)

(2)

夜间迟睡的人; 夜出活动的人(常指做坏事)

Old birds are not to be canght with chaff.
[谚]秕糠捉不到老鸟; 老练的人不易上圈套。

queer bird
古怪的家伙

Roman bird
罗马鸟(鹰的别名)(古罗马军团的纹章)

sing like a bird
唱得轻快嘹亮

the (big) bird
喝倒采的嘘声(一般与get, give连用)

The bird has flown.
[口]囚犯或要追捕的人逃了; 人去楼空。

The bird is flown.
[口]囚犯或要追捕的人逃了; 人去楼空。

the birds and the bees
(可向儿童说明的)关于两性关系的基本常识

The early bird catches the worm.
[谚]早出的鸟吃到虫子; 捷足先登。

The early bird gets the worm.
[谚]早出的鸟吃到虫子; 捷足先登。

the secular bird
不死鸟, 长生鸟, 阿拉伯传说中的凤凰

There are no birds of this year in last year's nest.
[谚]去年的巢里找不到今年的鸟; 情况已经不同了。

work like a bird
工作得很勤快; 工作起来毫不吃力

bird in one' s bosom
[废]内心的誓言; 忠心; 良心

bird in the bosom
[废]内心的誓言; 忠心; 良心

bird of ill omen

(1)

凶鸟(如乌鸦、猫头鹰等)

(2)

报凶讯的人, 不吉利的人, 预言灾祸的人

bird of Jove
鹰, 鹫

bird of Juno
孔雀

bird of Minerva
枭, 猫头鹰

bird of night
枭, 猫头鹰

bird of one's own hatching
自酿之祸, 自作之孽

bird of paradise
(新几内亚鸟产的)极乐鸟, 风鸟

bird of passage
候鸟; 行踪不定的人

bird of peace

bird of prey
猛禽(鹰、鹫、枭等)

bird of Washington
[口]美洲鹰, 秃鹰(美国国徽)

bird of wonder
阿拉伯古代传说中的凤凰, 不死鸟(传说五、六百年后自焚为灰, 由灰重生)

birds of a feather
同类的人; 一丘之貉

Birds of a feather flock together .
[谚]同类鸟儿一起飞; 物以类聚, 人以群分。

birds of one wing
[废]同类的鸟

特殊用法

adjutant bird (stork, crane)
秃鹳

aquatic bird
水禽, 水鸟

cursorial birds
走禽类

diving bird
潜鸟

domestic bird
家禽

dragoon bird
龙骑兵鸟

fattening bird
肥育的禽

game bird
野禽

money bird
一场中的决胜分(西方称法)

prairie bird
草原鸟

predatory bird
捕食鸟

rainbow bird
虹色鸟

raptorial bird
猛禽

resident bird
留鸟

running bird
走禽

shore bird
岸禽类

swimming bird
游禽

thermometer bird
温度计鸟

uneviscerated bird
未去内脏的禽

walking bird
步禽类

基本词义

Bird
[bE:d]
n.
伯德 (男子或女子名, 亦作Byrd)

用法词典

bird
来自中古英语 bird<古英语 birdd 鸟

[七国语言]英汉公共大词典

bird

美国传统词典

bird
bird
AHD:[b?rd]
D.J.[b*8d]
K.K.[b)d]
n.

(1)

Any of the class Aves of warm-blooded, egg-laying, feathered vertebrates with forelimbs modified to form wings.

(2)

Such an animal hunted as game.

(3)

Such an animal, especially a chicken or turkey, used as food:
put the bird in the oven.

(4)

See clay pigeon

(5)

Sports See shuttlecock

(6)

Slang A rocket, guided missile, satellite, or airplane.

(7)

Slang A person, especially one who is odd or remarkable:
a sly old bird.

(8)

Chiefly British A young woman.

(9)

Slang

(10)

A loud sound expressing disapproval; a raspberry.

(11)

Discharge from employment:
lost a big sale and nearly got the bird.

(12)

An obscene gesture of anger, defiance, or derision made by pointing or jabbing the middle finger upward.
v.intr.
bird.ed, bird.ing, birds

(1)

To observe and identify birds in their natural surroundings.

(2)

To trap, shoot, or catch birds.

习惯用语

for the birds
Objectionable or worthless.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old English brid [young bird]

继承用法

birding
n.

[名词委审定]英汉动物学名词(1996)

bird

英汉地质大词典

bird
n.吊舱

英汉环境大词典

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n.鸟

英汉航空大词典

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n.9鸟,飞行器;n.鸟

英汉化学大词典

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n.鸟,禽类,飞机

英汉计算机大词典

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n.鸟(禽类,飞机)

英汉机械大词典

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n.飞机

英汉建筑大词典

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n.鸟,禽类,飞机

英汉农牧林大词典

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n.鸟,禽,鸡

英汉能源大词典

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n.飞机,鸟,禽类

航空英语缩写词典

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英汉医学大词典

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n.鸟,鸟类

英汉中医大词典

bird
n.鸟

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