- n.院子; 码（等于3英尺或36英寸或0。9144米）; 场地; 帆桁
- 复数: yards;
He piled up fallen leaves in a corner of the yard.
Deer yard in that area.
Vines straggled over the yard.
In spring the yard has a freshening aspect.
Her mother had mentioned how colorful the yard was, now that spring had arrived.
Our yard is spacious enough for a swimming pool.
There is a mass of sand in the yard.
All the soldiers were marshaled together in the yard, ready to march away.
You can play outside, but you must not leave the yard.
There is a mass of stones in the yard.
Pile the leaves in the corner of the yard.
The wind drifted the leaves across our yard.
The man rolled the barrel into the yard.
The lightning zigzagged through the church yard.
Her mother had mentioned how colourful the yard was, now that spring had arrived.
You can still buy cloth by the yard in this country.
They keep chickens in the back yard.
Pigs were grunting and squealing in the yard.
The yard was overgrown with weeds.
The children were playing in the yard at the front of the school.
At the very back of the yard, several feet from Lenny, was a wooden shack.
I stumbled through mud to a yard strewn with straw.
I saw him standing in the yard.
If you're sitting in the front yard, you can't hear yourself think because the traffic is getting very, very bad.
The grass in the yard was waist high.
Yesterday they continued the search, digging up the back yard of a police station.
Scotland Yard had assured him he was not under suspicion.
If you have a sign in your yard declaring what setup you use, that'd point them in the right direction, though at that point, we're talking about a highly targeted, semi-sophisticated attack, and not the sort of forced-entry attack that makes up the majority of burglaries.
It was focused on the garage and yard.
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1. a unit of length equal to 3 feet; defined as 91.44 centimeters; originally taken to be the average length of a stride
2. the enclosed land around a house or other building;
"it was a small house with almost no yard"
3. a tract of land enclosed for particular activities (sometimes paved and usually associated with buildings);
"they opened a repair yard on the edge of town"
4. an area having a network of railway tracks and sidings for storage and maintenance of cars and engines
5. an enclosure for animals (as chicken or livestock)
6. a unit of volume (as for sand or gravel)
7. a long horizontal spar tapered at the end and used to support and spread a square sail or lateen
8. the cardinal number that is the product of 10 and 100
by the yard
in large numbers or quantities
golf continues to inspire books by the yard.
(Brit.). informal term for Scotland Yard
(英，非正式)。 同 Scotland Yard收起词组搭配
She told him she didn't like to yard on her man.
The guy wanted a yard just to fix a little dent in the fender.