- n.球茎，块茎植物; 电灯泡; [解剖学]肿块
- 复数: bulbs;
Add a fluorescent UVB bulb to runtotal length of the enclosure.
It can illuminate like 15 w incandescence bulb, just connect to the telephone line.
The sprinkler is composed of sprinkler frame, sealant and glass bulb.
该喷头主要由喷头架 、 密封件及玻璃球组成.
You would need 100,000 Fermilabs to power a single light bulb.
Emily switched on a bare bulb overhead in her room.
There's a light bulb missing in the bedroom.
If you had enough scalps hooked up you might be able to light a flashlight bulb.
It was documented that one rare bulb fetched a price equivalent to ten tons of cheese.
The light bulb imploded.
I want to buy bulb holder, as picture shows.
You can be a light bulb, turnip bulb, or tulip bulb.
你可以作一个灯泡, 一个萝卜球茎, 或者郁金香球茎(反正都是圆的).
Diallyl trisulfide ( DATS ) is a major anticancer ingredient from the bulb of garlic of liliaceous plants.
大蒜素(allitrid)为百合科植物大蒜(alliumsativumL. ) 鳞茎中所含的一种抗癌活性成分,化学名称为二烯丙基三硫化物 ( diallyltrisulfide,DATS).
The bulb of the eye is important for us.
The light bulb in the bathroom burned out and father put in a new one.
We'll have to change the bulb again.
There was a startled look on his face when the flash bulb went off.
That electric bulb is very bright.
The bulb has gone.
Edison invented the light bulb.
an unshaded light bulb
A 40 watt bulb would be quite sufficient and would not obtrude.
An efficient bulb may lighten the load of power stations.
The dim bulb of the bedside lamp cast a soft radiance over his face.
The naked bulb was directly over his head.
This makes the total cost of the bulb and energy £27.
There are standard-shaped bulbs, flame-shaped bulbs, colored globe-shaped bulbs, and more.
There are some very commendable characteristics of the CFL [compact fluorescent ( ' , 荧光的 ) light bulb], yet the selection of any light source remains inseparable from the luminaire ( ' , 照明装置 ) that houses it, along with the space in which both arc installed, and lighting requirements that need to be satisfied.
The incandescent light bulb, invented by Thomas Edison, which came to be the symbol of inspiration, has been developed into hundreds, if not thousands, of forms.
It is quite easy, with all that choice, to change a light bulb.
It is easy to change a light bulb, sure, but it is harder to change the bulb and its fixture.
Consider the incandescent ( ' , 白炽灯 ) bulb, an object currently hated by many environmentalists and energy-efficiency advocates.
Changing a light bulb is easier than changing the fixture housing it.
And there is more to the story, because not only are the devices that house incandescent bulbs shaped to their underlying characteristics, but rooms and entire buildings have been designed in accordance with how incandescent lighting reflects off walls and windows.
All of those specialized bulbs led to the building of specialized light fixtures, from the desk lamp you study by, to the ugly but beloved hand-painted Chinese lamp you inherited from your grandmother, to the ceiling fixture in your closet, to the light in your oven or refrigerator, and to the light that the dentist points at you.
Oh, yes, go down this aisle, pass the garden tools, you'll find them on the shelf next to the light bulbs.
1. a modified bud consisting of a thickened globular underground stem serving as a reproductive structure
2. electric lamp consisting of a glass bulb containing a wire filament (usually tungsten) that emits light when heated
3. a rounded part of a cylindrical instrument (usually at one end);
"the bulb of a syringe"
4. lower or hindmost part of the brain; continuous with spinal cord; (`bulb' is an old term for medulla oblongata);
"the medulla oblongata is the most vital part of the brain because it contains centers controlling breathing and heart functioning"
5. a rounded dilation or expansion in a canal or vessel or organ
球：球状物体或膨大 (obs.)延髓：同medulla oblongata