- n.堡垒; 保障; 支柱; 舷墙
- 复数: bulwarks;
a bulwark against extremism
The abbeys were founded in the 12th century by King David as a bulwark against the English...
The House of Lords is the only bulwark of democracy in this country.
Democracy is a bulwark of freedom.
TYPICAL USE : The soldiers kept their heads down behind the bulwark.
Spruance lounged outside, elbows on the bulwark.
The institution that sees itself as the bulwark against worsening chaos has always been the army.
The new dam was a bulwark against future floods.
For centuries the British regarded their navy as their principal bulwark against invasion.
Bulwark stays shall be provided at two frame spacing intervals.
It was a comfort in her distress and a bulwark against her increasing disillusionment.
Lamy says China sees the WTO as a bulwark against protectionism.
Israel calls the barrier a bulwark against Palestinian suicide bombers.
The height of bulwark shall be 1000 mm or as per rules.
Before World War II, the French thought their Maginot an invincible bulwark against German invasion.
Antidumping advocates hail the law as a bulwark against unfair trade practices abroad.
Law and morality are the bulwark of society.
Japan's role as a democratic bulwark in Asia is thus more important than ever before.
Handrails shall be provided where bulwark is not required.
That country is a bulwark of freedom.
The navy is our principal bulwark against invasion.
Blodgett College is on the edge of Minneapolis it is a bulwark of sound religion.
The blue tape on the bulwark is to protect it from scratching during the trimming process.
Bulwark plates in way of mooring fittings to be increased and reinforced.
Platform can be accessed from both side of wing bulwark.
Law is the bulwark of society.
The dam will be a bulwark against floods.
The First Amendment's Press Clause continues to be a bulwark of democracy and of the people.
《第一条修正案》的 “ 新闻出版条款”继续是维护民主和人民权利的根本保障.
Our people's support is a bulwark against the enemy.
The soldiers kept their heads down behind the bulwark.
1. an embankment built around a space for defensive purposes;
"they stormed the ramparts of the city"
"they blew the trumpet and the walls came tumbling down"
2. a fence-like structure around a deck
3. a protective structure of stone or concrete; extends from shore into the water to prevent a beach from washing away
1. defend with a bulwark