- n.叶子; 页; 叶状的结构; 金属薄片
- 复数: leaves;
the cusp of a leaf
The trees are just coming into leaf .
I didn't think about the danger at the time. Afterwards I was shaking like a leaf.
Bay leaf is an excellent herb for mackerel.
Maybe we should take a leaf out of Branson's book. It's easy to see how he became a billionaire.
This deal is little more than a fig leaf for the continued destruction of the landscape.
I was shaking all over, trembling like a leaf.
He realized he was in the wrong and promised to turn over a new leaf.
The paper on the walls was pale gold, embossed with swirling leaf designs.
Fortunately, the chore of leaf sweeping is well worth the effort.
The fall of one leaf is enough to tell coming of autumn.
He pinched the leaf between his thumb and forefinger.
The falling leaf spiralled to the ground.
Cut the stem cleanly, just beneath a leaf joint.
He saw a shiny green beetle on a leaf.
He has been in jail several times, but recently he seems to have turned over a new leaf.
Why don't you take a leaf out of Anne's book and have your hair cut shorter?
你为什么不效法安妮,也把头发剪短些 呢 ?
I love this time of year when all the trees are coming into leaf.
The plane trees have come into leaf.
European countries that took a leaf from American industry's book are now doing very well themselves.
This sudden warmth is bringing all the trees into leaf.
He promised to turn over a new leaf and study harder.
The leaf is oval in shape.
These trees come into leaf in February.
Not a leaf moved.
The olive leaf is a badge of peace.
One leaf is missing from this book.
The trees leaf out in the spring.
Kenya are gathering the tea leaves.
Its leaves are purple and brown.
If you spend a little time digging for the right part-time jobs, you’ll save yourself time when you find a job that leaves you with enough time to get your school work done, too.
He says the market for the tea is unstable and he is often forced to sell his purple tea for the same price as green tea leaves.
They are deprived of chances to turn over a new leaf.
Genuine criticism, the type that leaves a lasting mark on you as a writer, also leaves an existential imprint ( ' , 印记 ) on you as a person.
In most of the homeless gardens of New York City the actual cultivation of plants is unfeasible, yet even so the compositions often seem to represent attempts to call arrangement of materials, an institution of colors, small pool of water, and a frequent presence of petals or leaves as well as of stuffed animals.
This leaves today’s average law-school graduate with $100, 000 of debt on top of undergraduate debts.
It is like the immune system of the body, which under stress or through lack of nutrition or exercise can be weakened, but which never leaves us.
1. the main organ of photosynthesis and transpiration in higher plants
2. a sheet of any written or printed material (especially in a manuscript or book)
3. hinged or detachable flat section (as of a table or door)
1. look through a book or other written material;
"He thumbed through the report"
"She leafed through the volume"
2. turn over pages;
"leaf through a book"
"leaf a manuscript"
3. produce leaves, of plants
shake (或 tremble) like a leaf
(of a person) tremble greatly, especially from fear