- n.寿衣; 覆盖物; 船的横桅索; [电] 护罩
- vt.覆盖; 用裹尸布包
- 复数: shrouds;
- 第三人称单数: shrouds;
- 过去式: shrouded;
- 过去分词: shrouded;
- 现在分词: shrouding;
How can I do under shroud of a dark sky?
在黑暗的天空的笼罩下,我该怎么做 呢 ?
The remains are then wrapped in a new shroud and reburied.
A shroud of secrecy surrounds the plan.
Better in silk to shroud your petals fair.
In 1578 the shroud arrived again at its current location in Turin.
Remove the four fan shroud to core support mounting screws.
The discovery of a second face on the Turin Shroud has again divided opinion.
Who would they choose under shroud a listless sun?
Only fibrils lifted from the shroud on sticky tape were tested for blood.
Disconnect CRS hose from radiator filler neck and pull through ( remove ) the shroud retaining loops.
从散热器填注颈上断开CRS软管,并从风扇罩保护套环上将其拔 ( 拆 ) 下.
Chinese cities often seem wrapped a toxic gray shroud.
In 1532 the shroud suffered damage from a fire in the chapel where it was stored.
On a freshly fallen silent shroud of snow.
And this faire couple eke to shroud themselves were fain.
A posterior image of the body was found on the back of the shroud.
A variety of events connected with the exhibition of the Shroud will be held.
The old shroud is given to a newly married, childless couple to cover the connubial bed.
旧的裹尸布给新婚燕尔 、 尚未生育的夫妇用来铺婚床.
Bury them all in the dust together; shroud their faces in the grave.
The improved ratio of hub and shroud may raise the pressure and efficiency for the fan.
The patrol to come draped them in a shroud of gloom.
They saw shroud and the napkin, but they did not find their Lord.
His past is enveloped in a shroud of mystery.
You will have no pockets in your shroud.
Who would they choose under shroud of a listless sun?
在无精打采的太阳的笼罩下,我么会选择谁 呢 ?
The most recent public exhibition of the Shroud was in 2000 for the Great Jubilee.
The efficiency cooling fan is combined with a specially designed fan shroud to meet this need.
Nightmare Shroud also makes the Necron Lord immune to morale damage.
The organization is cloaked in a shroud of secrecy.
Ministers are as keen as ever to wrap their activities in a shroud of secrecy.
1. a line that suspends the harness from the canopy of a parachute
2. (nautical) a line (rope or chain) that regulates the angle at which a sail is set in relation to the wind
3. burial garment in which a corpse is wrapped
1. cover as if with a shroud;
"The origins of this civilization are shrouded in mystery"
2. form a cover like a shroud;
"Mist shrouded the castle"
3. wrap in a shroud;
"shroud the corpses"
护罩 吊伞索 桅杆横支索 护桅索