- n.鹌鹑; 鹌鹑肉; <美俚>女大学生;
- vi.沮丧; 畏缩，胆怯; 感到恐惧;
- vt.使沮丧; 使畏缩;
- 复数: quail; quails;
- 第三人称单数: quails;
- 过去式: quailed;
- 过去分词: quailed;
- 现在分词: quailing;
They dined off salmon, quail, and fruit.
I've shot hundreds of quail with that gun.
He shot quail for the market.
The quail were walking around like pullets, seeming all dainty and unseen.
Jim stepped inside the door, as immovable as a setter at the scent of quail.
A small North American quail ( Colinus virginianus ) having brown plumage with white markings.
山齿鹑北美洲一种小鹌鹑 ( 山齿鹑 ),羽毛呈褐色,有白斑.
They asked, and He brought quail, And satisfied them with the bread of heaven.
诗105:40他们一求 、 他就使鹌鹑飞来 、 并用天上的粮食、叫他们饱足.
Jim stopped inside the door, as immovable as a setter at the scent of quail.
——英汉文学 - 欧亨利
Lymphatic line is mixed quail egg is equally big, it is very serious.
There was also a very clever quail hunter.
Because he always put the safety of his flock first. Quail King was highly respected all.
Quail eggs are very high in cholesterol.
Hi, sister quail , at my eggs. They are so big, yours are so little, haha!
嗨, 鹌鹑妹妹, 你看我的蛋多大啊, 你的才那么一点点, 哈哈!
Jim stopped inside the dooras immovable as a setter at the scent of quail.
California partridge; slightly larger than the California quail.
Early production performance of the Korea quail and the Chinese recessive white feather quail was studied.
Because always put the safety of his flock first. Quail King was highly respected by all.
New World quail: the bobwhites.
Put the steamed fish in a plate. Garnsh the fish with quail eggs and cherries.
Of course she overjoyed, and they invited all their friends over for a big quail feast.
A woman at a neighboring table ordered " Quail Legs "
一位邻桌的妇女点了 “ 鹌鹑腿 ”
The dog flushed a quail.
Look at that quail over there. Do you want her?
瞧那边那个美人儿! 你动心了 吧 ?
Some invitations sound like the fowler's whistle to the quail.
Cowards always quail before the enemy.
They asked, and he brought them quail and satisfied them with the bread of heaven.
For the child glib, quail was married parrot.
1. flesh of quail; suitable for roasting or broiling if young; otherwise must be braised
2. small gallinaceous game birds
1. draw back, as with fear or pain;
"she flinched when they showed the slaughtering of the calf"
- quail roost
We're going to have a party at the quail-roost tonight.
- quail roost