- n.蒲式耳（在美国相当于2150。42立方英寸，或35。42升）; 大量，许多; 一蒲式耳重量的容器;
- 复数: bushels;
They are offering farmers $2.15 a bushel for corn.
A handful of good life is better than a bushel of learning.
He liked also being seen and being congratulated on growing up such a fine looking and fortunate young fellow , for he was not the youth to hide his light under a bushel.
He must not measure his neighbour's corn by his own bushel.
She bought a bushel of apples from the farmer.
John, don't hide your light under a bushel. Let the world see what you can do.
约翰, 不要过于谦虚. 让大家知道你的才能吧.
Hide not your light under a Bushel.
Here's a bill for a 2 bushel of nuts delivered to San Francisco.
Nevertheless, Marylanders love their crab and eat them by the bushel at crab houses.
A handful of common sense is worth bushel of learning.
A unit of wheat is a bushel.
April 26 th May and July closed at the limit, up 10 per bushel in one day.
Where i come from, people like me come by the bushel.
Thus, hiding the lamp under the bushel indicates anxiety concerning our living.
Before you make friend, eat a bushel salt with him.
Corn was an average of two dollars a bushel last year.
Current futures prices are above $ 7 a bushel for the first time since September 2008.
Don't hide your light under a bushel; be a lighthouse!
We bought apples and pears, paying two to three dollars for a bushel.
Mere words will not fill a bushel.
Hebrew unit of dry measure equal to about a bushel.
The young professor hide his light under a bushel and kept everything in low profile.
Corn was ( an ) average ( of ) 2 dollars a butal ( bushel ) last year.
去年谷类平均价格是每 蒲 式耳2美元.
A handful of common sense a bushel of learning.
Hide not your light under a bushel.
Many words will not fill a bushel.
A handful of common sense is worth a bushel of learning.
He measures another's corn by his own bushel.
1. a United States dry measure equal to 4 pecks or 2152.42 cubic inches
2. a British imperial capacity measure (liquid or dry) equal to 4 pecks
3. a basket large enough to hold a bushel
1. restore by replacing a part or putting together what is torn or broken;
"She repaired her TV set"
"Repair my shoes please"
hide one's light under a bushel