- 复数: orphans;
- 第三人称单数: orphans;
- 过去式: orphaned;
- 过去分词: orphaned;
- 现在分词: orphaning;
He was an orphan and lived with his uncle.
I'm an orphan and pretty much grew up on my own.
When his parents were killed in an accident, he became an orphan.
He brought up the orphan and passed onto him his knowledge of medicine.
It evidently pained his vanity to be beholden to the orphan for succor.
The orphan had been reared in a convent by some good sisters.
There's an old saying that victory has a hundred fathers and defeat is an orphan.
She was left an orphan and I adopted her.
He looked on the orphan as his adopted son.
You're an orphan, right?
你是孤儿, 对 吧 ?
She treats the orphan as her own child.
When she was small, she was an orphan.
She took in an orphan.
His books are an artistic orphan as the circles paid little attention to them.
Mr. Wang adopted the orphan as his own son.
They fitted the orphan out with a new suit.
The boy looked straight at the man and murmured, " An orphan. "
男孩直直地盯着他,低声说道: “ 孤儿. ”
Individual attention is given to each orphan.
His parents died in the earthquake, leaving him an orphan.
I couldn't help thinking of his parents at the sight of the orphan.
The orphan at an early age had to deal with all problems of life by himself.
She has no parents, nor sisters nor brothers. She an orphan.
The beggar ( whom ) you met the other day proved to be an orphan.
His parents died two ago, leaving him an orphan.
She was an orphan.
An orphan is a child whose parents are both dead.
The sight of the orphan always reminds me of her parents.
Google will be able to display up to 20% of orphan works for free, include them in its subscription deals to libraries and sell them to individual buyers under the consumer licence.
Books whose copyright holders are not known are called orphan works
In Oliver Twist, e traces an orphan’s progress from the workhouse to the criminal slums of London.
1. a child who has lost both parents
2. someone or something who lacks support or care or supervision
3. the first line of a paragraph that is set as the last line of a page or column
4. a young animal without a mother
1. deprive of parents
1. deprived of parents by death or desertion