- n.[动]龟; [动]海龟;
- 复数: turtles;
The spill could wipe out the Gulf's turtle population.
The tug nearly turned turtle twice, but I managed to keep her upright.
The turtle hibernates in a shallow burrow for six months of the year.
If you turn over a turtle on its back, it will become helpless.
A turtle in a jar is certainly caught within the reach.
A turtle lays many eggs at once.
Sea Turtle has been improved.
Come on, Mr. Turtle!
A Hawaiian green sea turtle swims in just a few feet of water.
Shanmen entered the temple, the face is a stone turtle incense pack.
These are imitation turtle shell.
Compere: Greeting Professor Feng comes to interview a huge legendary turtle of xinhua net rich.
A little turtle begins to slowly climb a tree.
Turtle farmers will be an exception to the rule.
Mr Ma said he dosed his runners on turtle soup and caterpillar fungus.
One day, a rabbit and a turtle race.
It's the rabbit and turtle.
Hibernate a box turtle that hasn't been completely cleared of internal parasites.
The car bumped against the fence and turned turtle.
Remember Aesop's fable about the turtle and the rabbit those had a race?
记得再龟兔赛跑这则伊索寓言 吗 ?
A goat and a turtle stepped into an elevator at the same time.
Turtle meat is canned and sold as a delicacy.
The rabbit laughs at the turtle.
Tom Shanks appears to have had the most fun as a Turtle.
Since without Dennis's money to trade, there would be no Turtle program.
In the end, the turtle at the bottom of the pile is the American taxpayer.
1. any of various aquatic and land reptiles having a bony shell and flipper-like limbs for swimming
1. overturn accidentally;
"Don't rock the boat or it will capsize!"
2. hunt for turtles, especially as an occupation
(chiefly of a boat) turn upside down