hamster

英 ['hæmstə] 美 ['hæmstɚ]
  • n. 仓鼠;仓鼠毛皮
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hamster 仓鼠

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hamster
hamster: [17] The hamster is a native of western Asia and southeastern Europe, and its English name is of Slavic origin. In Old Slavic it was called chomestoru, and it appears that at some point in the past an ancestor of this was borrowed into Germanic. Old High German had hamustro, which became modern German hamster, source of the English word. In the 18th century the animal was also called the German rat.
hamster (n.)
c. 1600, from German Hamster, from Middle High German hamastra "hamster," probably from Old Church Slavonic chomestoru "hamster" (the animal is native to southeastern Europe), which is perhaps a blend of Russian chomiak and Lithuanian staras, both meaning "hamster." The older English name for it was German rat.
1. The hamster had got through the wire at the front of its cage.
仓鼠从其笼子前部的栅栏处钻出去了.

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2. Methods: Using the thyroid implantation in camera anterior bulbi of hamster.
方法用大鼠进行眼前房甲状腺埋植实验.

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3. What do you, the trees, and a hamster have in common?
你是什么, 和树木 、 仓鼠有共同点 吗 ?

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4. The hamster curled up in the shreds of paper.
仓鼠蜷缩在碎纸屑里.

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5. You're like a little hamster trying to be a tiger.
你就像一只想做大老虎的小仓鼠.

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