- [C] [U] 种子 a usually small hard object produced by most plants, from which a new plant of the same kind can grow, and which is used for planting
- [C] 种子选手 a seeded player in a competition
- [U] 子孙,后裔 everyone who is descended from a particular person, especially considered as forming a particular race
- vi. 结实 produce seed when full grown; let seed fall
- vt. & vi. 播种 sow with seed
- vt. 除去…之种子 remove seed from
- vt. 抽出种子选手 separate those players well tested and known to be stronger from the weaker players in order to have good matches later in a tournament
a small hard fruit
a mature fertilized plant ovule consisting of an embryo and its food source and having a protective coat or testa
one of the outstanding players in a tournament
anything that provides inspiration for later work
the thick white fluid containing spermatozoa that is ejaculated by the male genital tract
go to seed; shed seeds;
"The dandelions went to seed"
help (an enterprise) in its early stages of development by providing seed money
place (seeds) in or on the ground for future growth;
"She sowed sunflower seeds"
distribute (players or teams) so that outstanding teams or players will not meet in the early rounds
sprinkle with silver iodide particles to disperse and cause rain;
inoculate with microorganisms
remove the seeds from;
- The farmers were scattering seed on the fields.
- Part of every crop is saved for seed.
- Most plants propagate by seed.
- Do you know about the evolution of a seed into a plant?
- Peasants plough up and seed in the spring !
- These plants will not seed in a cold climate.
- Some plants have flowers but do not seed.
- The fields have been seeded with corn.
- The farmer was scattering seed over the fields.
- He meant to sow his turnip seed the next day.
- First scrape out the seeds, then cut the fruit into pieces.
- After planting these seeds, saturate the earth around them.
- If you plant a seed it will grow into a new plant.
- Its seeds are very small.
- The government's repressive policies are sowing the seeds of rebellion.
- Wang Nan was the No.1 seed in the table-tennis championship.
- She was the number two seed.
- According to the Bible we are all the seed of Adam.
- A plant seeds after it has flowered.
- They seeded the field with wheat.
- I am seeding some of my land.
- She seeded the grapes.
- He was an unknown player who wasn't seeded.
- Has Cone been seeded?
- go〔run〕 to seed
(人)变得衰老〔颓唐,衰退〕,停顿下来 (of person) become unattractive and unhealthy-looking, especially by becoming lazy, careless, or old; (of sth) stop slowlyIt's shocking how he has gone to seed in last few years.近年来他衰颓的程度令人吃惊。
- seed in (v.+prep.)
在…播种 sow with seed in somewhere
seed in sth
The peasants seeded in the fields with wheat.
- go to seed 花谢结子
- grow seeds 育种
- pick out seeds 挑选种子
- plant seeds 播种
- put seeds 下种
- sow seed 播种
- spread seeds 撒种
- seed certification 种子鉴定
- seed corn 作种子用的谷物
- seed disinfection 种子消毒
- seed dresser 拌种机
- seed potatoes 作种子用的土豆
- seed treatment 种子处理
- be kept for seeds 被留作种子
- a handful of grass seed 一把草籽
- a large bag of grass seed 一大袋草籽
- a packet of seed 一包种子
- a sack of seed 一袋种子
- press oil out of seeds 从种子里榨油
- the seed of Abraham 亚伯拉罕的后代
- seed down 撒种,播种
We plough the fields and scatter The good seed on the land.出自： J. M. Campbell
Thirty-three grain drills..seeding the ten thousand acres of the great ranch.出自： F. Norris
A..hole in the ground, already seeded with the first quick-growing grasses.出自： R. Frame
- seed作“种子”解时,多指有花植物的种子,树种及能榨出油的种子。用来指小量的或特定数量的种子以及一粒一粒的种子时,是可数名词,“一粒种子”是a seed,“多粒种子”是seeds。泛指“种子”时是不可数名词,无复数形式。但当seed用于比喻意时,可用复数形式seeds。引申还可表示“种子选手”。
sow the good seed
析 good seed常引申指“福音”。
- ☆ 直接源自古英语的sed，意为种子。
- seeder n. 播种者；播种器;播种机(尤指条播机);去核器‖seedling n. 植物苗‖seedy adj. 破衣烂衫的,肮脏的‖seedily adv. 破衣烂衫地,肮脏地‖seediness n. 破衣烂衫,肮脏