- v.生育( breed的过去式和过去分词 ); 繁殖; 孕育; 导致;
The animals are very sensitive to disturbance and have never bred in captivity.
She was too well bred to want to hurt the little boy's feelings.
A Londoner born and bred, she suspected that a month in the country would bore her to distraction.
I was born and bred in the highlands.
Born and bred in this country, he and his wife emigrated to Los Angeles after the war.
These dogs are bred to fight.
Both the twin brothers were born and bred in London.
She bred her daughter to become a statesman.
The bear bred two cubs.
I'm a countryman born and bred.
Well fed, well bred.
Various kinds of fish are being bred in the reservoir.
Millions of pet animals are bred and sold every year.
For three years he has been bred and trained for this moment.
They were bred up as acrobats.
She walked as delicately as if she had been bred in town.
They were not ungenerous or mean: they were simply not bred to any restraint.
Most dogs are first bred between the 10 th and 14 th day after the onset of proestrus.
They've bred a new variety of rose with larger flowers.
Males are bred and kept for short periods , exclusively 7 for the insemination of virgin queens.
With Dadun volcanoes as barriers, the meandering River bred history and cultivated lives in Taipei.
And only birds bred in regulated captivity can be legally traded.
The colts bred this way run even faster.
California condors attract researchers' interest because they had to be bred in the wild.
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