- 复数: twigs;
- 第三人称单数: twigs;
- 过去式: twigged;
- 现在分词: twigging;
The other end of the twig is sharpened into a sharp point to use as a toothpick.
He shifted his weight and a twig snapped.
He broke off the twig with a snap.
As the twig is bent so the tree is inclined.
He heard the sharp crack of a twig.
She heard a twig snap.
The sharp sound of a twig snapping scared the badger away.
He broke off a twig from a willow tree and used it to shoo the flies away.
I don't quite twig what you are driving at.
I gave him another clue, but he still didn't twig ( the answer ).
我又提示他一次, 他还是不理解 ( 那答案 ).
Perching on a twig, the bird sang day after day for the tree.
Looking forward to bare twig, a slight wind, the proud in the display.
仰望着光秃的枝杈, 微微随风, 在显示着高傲.
I gave him another clue, but he still didn't twig.
A single twig breaks, but the bundle of twigs is strong.
Just as the twig is bent, the tree is inclined.
[谚]弯曲的树苗长成弯曲的大树(意指人的性格 、 品质决定于儿童时期的教育).
Twig has its reason to exist and trunk as well.
The teacher had explained the sentence, but I didn't quite twig.
A young twig is easier twisted than an old tree.
Uncle Fraser taught me to write funny symbols on ground with a pine twig.
Point massage oil: it contains extracted oil of Ginseng, Peppermint Cassia Twig and Suberect Spatholobus.
穴位按摩油: 含人参 、 荷、枝、血藤等提取油.
The bird alighted on a twig.
Samaria and its king will away like a twig on the surface of the waters.
The twig flipped back and scratched his face.
Mr Sam decided to hop the twig; he was in debt to at least five merchants.
He can hear the snap of a twig.
Just as the twig being bent, the tree is inclined.
Fly over mountains and rivers before I stop at a twig in front of your window.
I smile at your play with that little bit of a twig.
Willow twig gall midge ( Rhabdophaga salics Schrank ) occurred frequently and caused heavy loss.
It was quite at home, as if it were perching on a twig.
1. small branch or division of a branch; usually applied to branches of the current or preceding year
1. branch out in a twiglike manner;
"The lightning bolt twigged in several directions"
2. understand, usually after some initial difficulty;
"She didn't know what her classmates were plotting but finally caught on"