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Traducción en chino (simplificado) de “plume”

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plume

noun
 
 
/pluːm/
[C usually plural] a large feather
羽毛,翎
fans made of ostrich plumes
驼鸟羽毛做的扇子
→  See also nom de plume The skin, hair and bone of non-human animals
[C] a decoration which looks like several large feathers tied together and which is worn on the heads of horses or the hats of soldiers during particular ceremonies
(装饰用的)羽状物;羽饰
The coffin was drawn by horses with black plumes.
灵柩由披挂着黑色羽饰的马拉着。
Things worn to cover the head, face or neckCeremonial clothes and objects
a plume of dust/smoke, etc. a tall, thin mass of smoke, dust or similar substance, that rises up into the air
羽毛状灰尘/烟雾等
After the explosion, a plume of smoke could be seen in the sky for miles around.
爆炸发生后,方圆几英里都能看得见天空中的缕缕烟雾。
Clouds, dew, fog and steam
plumed
 
 
/pluːmd/ adjective [before noun]
The dancers wore plumed headdresses (= with a decoration which looked like several large feathers tied together).
舞蹈演员头戴羽毛装饰物。
Things worn to cover the head, face or neckThe skin, hair and bone of non-human animals
Traducciones de “plume”
en español pluma…
en francés plume(t)…
en alemán die Feder…
en chino (tradicionál) 羽毛,翎, (裝飾用的)羽狀物, 羽飾…
en ruso перо…
en turco kuş tüyü, telek…
en polaco pióro…
(Definition of plume from the Diccionario Cambridge Inglés-Chino (simplificado) © Cambridge University Press)
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