- v.（使）服从，驯服( tame的过去式和过去分词 );
Though very fierce outwardly, the dog was well - tamed.
So that the savage we had tamed was still rampant in him.
Harsh punishment in childhood had tamed him and broken his will.
Within two years they had tamed this inhospitable landscape.
The savage we had tamed was still rampant in him.
Fusion has not, so far, been tamed.
Man has tamed the horse.
She has tamed down considerably.
Tamed horse is useful to man.
A tiger cannot be tamed unless caught young.
When they meet their tamed brothers, they rub noses and mingle with them, grazing and frolicking.
它们对许多牧马都熟悉, 相见时彼此用鼻子对闻, 彼此用头亲热地磨擦,然后就合群在一起吃草,嬉逐.
汉英文学 - 现代散文
The Bresciani , which had ravaged many other producer's markets, were finally tamed by Davignon.
We have a long way to yet before the rivers are tamed.
He tamed the urge to participate in the new venture.
Will tamed pets need food, do I need to feed them?
1. brought from wildness into a domesticated state;
"fields of tame blueberries"
2. brought from wildness;
"the once inhospitable landscape is now tamed"