Everglades

['evəɡleidz]
  • n. 沼泽地(everglade复数);大沼泽地
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Everglades (n.)
1826, from everglade (1823), from ever, apparently in sense of "endless" + glade. Charles Vignoles's "Observations upon the Floridas" (1823) has Eternal Glades and Ever Glade morass.
The distance from the mouth of Hilsborough river to the head of the lake, in a direct line, is about 110 statute miles. The country between them is mostly, if not wholly, an everglade, by which is meant a low marsh frequently covered with water, and in which there grows a sharp triangular grass, from ten to twelve feet high, and impervious to men or animals. ["American Mechanics' Magazine," 1825]
1. The Everglades National Park stretches across the southern tip of Florida.
大沼泽地国家公园位于佛罗里达州的最南端。

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2. Thinning reeds open to a watery view of Florida's Everglades National Park.
佛罗里达湿地国家公园那稀疏的芦苇将满是水的景致引入眼前.

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3. Airboat captain Red Wood knows how to get around the Everglades.
快艇船长雷德·伍德对大沼泽地了如指掌.

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4. Friends of the Everglades was started by Marjory Stoneman Douglas.
“大沼泽地之友”是马乔里·斯通曼·道格拉斯创立的.

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5. The Everglades is the largest subtropical wilderness in the United States.
佛罗里达大沼泽地是美国境内最大的一片亚热带荒原.

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