- n.栅栏( fence的名词复数 ); （障碍赛马中的）障碍物; 买卖赃物者; 击剑（术）;
- v.围以栅栏( fence的第三人称单数 ); 搪塞; 支吾; 回避;
They've torn down wooden fences and broken branches off trees.
Young men climbed on buses and fences to get a better view.
The youths are taught how to spray paint cars and mend fences.
The camp is surrounded by razor-wire fences and guarded by military police.
He fences well, as she had noticed before.
Fruit trees extended out over the fences.
They have spent $3 million building fences around the National Park to exclude such pests.
He fences his doctrines with the specious plea that statesmen mustlive as the world lives.
Washington was last night doing its best to mend fences with the Europeans, saying it understood their concerns.
Such fences were fairly functional, but were unattractive and wasteful of land.
英汉非文学 - 民俗
Fences , sheds , everything had a ruined look, and were eloquent of poverty.
Sheets of corrugated iron are often used for temporary roofs and fences.
Beyond the undeviating barbed - wire fences were clumps of golden rod.
You've got to build fences, you're being a kid about it.
She was unhorsed by fences, laws and alien taboos.
她被藩蓠 、 法律及外来的戒律赶下了马.
The town has been browsed bare of vegetation except where gardens and shrubs are protected by high fences.