fictile

英 ['fɪktaɪl; -tɪl] 美 ['fɪktl]
  • adj. 塑造的;陶土制的;可塑造性的
  • n. 陶制品
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fictile (adj.)
1620s, "molded or formed by art," from Latin fictilis "made of clay, earthen," from fictio "a fashioning" (see fiction). From 1670s as "capable of being molded." From 1854 as "pertaining to pottery." Related: Fictility.
1. Sanhsia is famous for its fictile ware.
三峡以陶器闻名.

来自辞典例句

2. It's a fictile deity.
这是用粘土塑的神像.

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