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N-VAR 籽;种子 A seed is the small, hard part of a plant from which a new plant grows.
...a packet of cabbage seed...
I sow the seed in pots of soil-based compost.
VERB 在(地里)播种 If you seed a piece of land, you plant seeds in it.
Men mowed the wide lawns and seeded them...
The primroses should begin to seed themselves down the steep hillside.
N-PLURAL (感情、过程的)起源，开端，萌芽 You can refer to the seeds of something when you want to talk about the beginning of a feeling or process that gradually develops and becomes stronger or more important.
He raised questions meant to plant seeds of doubts in the minds of jurors...
He considered that there were, in these developments, the seeds of a new moral order.
N-COUNT (网球、羽毛球等体育项目中的)种子选手 In sports such as tennis or badminton, a seed is a player who has been ranked according to his or her ability.
...Pete Sampras, Wimbledon's top seed and the world No.1...
In the final Capriati, the third seed, defeated Katerina Maleeva.
VERB 将(选手或参赛队)排列名次 When a player or a team is seeded in a sports competition, they are ranked according to their ability.
In the UEFA Cup the top 16 sides are seeded for the first round...
在欧洲联盟杯比赛中，排名前 16 位的球队已按位次进入首轮。
He is seeded second, behind Brad Beven...
PHRASE 开花结籽 If vegetable plants go to seed or run to seed, they produce flowers and seeds as well as leaves.
If unused, winter radishes run to seed in spring.
PHRASE 衰老;风光不再;衰退;退化 If you say that someone or something has gone to seed or has run to seed, you mean that they have become much less attractive, healthy, or efficient.
He says the economy has gone to seed...
He was a big man in his forties; once he had a lot of muscle but now he was running to seed.
他 40 多岁时很魁梧，曾经肌肉发达，但如今身体逐渐衰弱了。