英語釋義 English Interpretation
produce buds, branches, or germinate;
"the potatoes sprouted"
a newly grown bud (especially from a germinating seed)
put forth and grow sprouts or shoots;
"the plant sprouted early this year"
any new growth of a plant such as a new branch or a bud
相似詞 Similar Words
英漢例句 English & Chinese Examples
a cherry tree in blossom appears to sprout from the wreckage of a car in japan「s miyagi prefecture, which was pummelled by last month」s earthquake and tsunami.
when do we sprout hair and pointy ears?
they were considered holy trees by the celts and often symbolise death and resurrection in christianity – due to their ability to sprout again and put on new growth.
when do deer first sprout horns?
however, if you want to try this, sprout the seeds.
let me become all you planned for me when my seed was planted and selected by you to sprout in the vineyard of the world.
plants sprout at the foundation of an ecosystem’s food web, capturing energy from the sun.
from this microbial soup, fibers begin to sprout and propagate, eventually resulting in thin, wet sheets of bacterial cellulose that can be molded to a dress form.
when the first boy didn「t see a tiny sprout after the second day, he dug up the seed to see if it had sprouted.
community gardens often sprout on empty lots owned by the city.
by contrast, trees that sprout naturally are native species and more resilient.
who could ever believe that a seed dipped and dried twenty-one times in the juice of a species of cactus would sprout and flower and fruit all in the space of an hour?
when you sprout seeds their nutritional content increases.
once he split, one log began to sprout leaves.
potatoes sprout twice a year.
but the most important result was one he hadn」t anticipated: trees began to sprout amid his rows of millet and sorghum, thanks to seeds contained in the manure.
leaf-shoots were beginning to sprout on the hawthorn.
buds sprout in the spring.
you can have a tree sprout when the user clicks on the earth element, or you can show sea creatures swimming in the water element.
the seeds sprout into small, hairlike seedings.
種子發育成小小的 、 毛茸茸的幼苗.
at the age of fourteen john really began to sprout up.
since japan is, in effect, a leveraged play on the global economy, it seems reasonable that green shoots sighted elsewhere should sprout here too.