honeysuckle

英 ['hʌnɪsʌk(ə)l] 美 ['hʌnɪsʌkl]
  • n. [植] 金银花;忍冬;忍冬属植物
  • adj. 忍冬属植物的
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honeysuckle 金银花

honey,蜜,suckle,吸。即可以采蜜的花,后用来指金银花。

honeysuckle (n.)
mid-13c., from Old English hunigsuge, meaning perhaps honeysuckle, clover, or privet, literally "honey-suck" (see honey (n.) + suck) + diminutive suffix -el (2). So called because "honey" can be sucked from it. In Middle English sometimes a confused rendering of Latin locusta, taken as the name of a plant.
1. The evening air was sweet with the smell of honeysuckle.
傍晚的空气中充满金银花的香味.

来自《简明英汉词典》

2. The honeysuckle was streaming scent.
忍冬花放出香气.

来自《现代英汉综合大词典》

3. In my garden there are roses and two kinds of honeysuckle.
在我的花园里有玫瑰和两种金银花.

来自辞典例句

4. Once more he saw open honeysuckle.
他又一次看到了盛开的忍冬花.

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5. A gentle breeze from the Blue Ridge Mountains carried the scent of honeysuckle.
从蓝岭山脉吹过来的和风,带来了忍冬花的芬芳.

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