hibernation

[,haɪbɚ'neʃən]
  • n. 冬眠;过冬;避寒
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hibernation 冬眠,蛰伏

来自hibernate,冬眠,蛰伏。

hibernation (n.)
1660s, from Latin hibernationem (nominative hibernatio) "the action of passing the winter," noun of action from past participle stem of hibernare "to winter, pass the winter, occupy winter quarters;" related to hiems "winter," from PIE *gheim- "snow, winter" (cognates: Sanskrit heman "in winter," Hittite gimmanza, Greek kheima, Old Church Slavonic zima, Lithuanian žiema "winter").
1. Bears wake up in the spring after a winter of hibernation.
熊经过一个冬天的冬眠后在春季苏醒.

来自《简明英汉词典》

2. At the first cold of autumn, many insects go into hibernation.
入秋第一阵寒潮刚到, 许多昆虫就进入了冬眠.

来自《简明英汉词典》

3. The tortoise spends the winter months in hibernation.
乌龟在冬眠中度过寒冬季节.

来自《简明英汉词典》

4. Hibernation is more than sleep.
冬眠不是一般的睡眠.

来自辞典例句

5. But this spring occupants of the spider motels awakened from hibernation healthy and ravenous.
然而今春蜘蛛旅馆的客人们从冬眠中醒来时却健康而且饥肠辘辘.

来自百科语句

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