stone noun (ROCK) translate to Traditional Chinese
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Translation of "stone" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

stone

noun (ROCK)
石頭
 
 
/stəʊn/ US  /stoʊn/ ( plural stones)
[C or U] the hard solid substance found in the ground which is often used for building, or a piece of this
石頭;石料;石塊
a stone wall/floor
石牆/石頭地面
a flight of stone steps
一段石頭台階
a primitive stone axe
簡陋的石斧
They cut enormous blocks of stone out of the hillside.
他們從山上開採出大量石材。
Some demonstrators were arrested for throwing stones at the police.
一些示威者因向員警投擲石塊被逮捕。
Geology - general words
[C] a piece of hard material which can form in some organs in the body and cause severe pain
結石
kidney/gall stones
腎/膽結石
Swellings and lumps
(Definition of stone noun (ROCK) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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