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pedigree

noun
 
 
/ˈped.ɪ.ɡriː/
[C] a list of the parents and other relations of an animal
(动物的)纯种系谱
The breeder showed us the dog's pedigree.
饲养员给我们看了这条狗的纯种系谱。
He breeds pedigree poodles/cattle (= ones whose parents and other relations are all of the same breed).
他饲养纯种狮子狗/牛。
Breeds and breeding
[C or U] a person's family history, education and experience, or the history of an idea or activity
(人的)家谱,门第,世系;(某一想法或活动的)起源,由来
His voice and manner suggested an aristocratic pedigree.
他的发音和举止表明他出身贵族。
Isolationism has a long and respectable pedigree in American history.
孤立主义在美国历史上由来已久并受到推崇。
Ancestors and descendants
(Definition of pedigree from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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