hunting

英 ['hʌntɪŋ] 美 ['hʌntɪŋ]
  • n. 打猎;追逐;搜索
  • adj. 打猎的;振荡的
  • v. 狩猎;寻找(hunt的ing形式);追捕
  • n. (Hunting)人名;(英)亨廷
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hunting (n.)
Old English huntung, verbal noun from hunt (v.). Bartlett (1848) notes it as the word commonly used by sportsmen in the Southern states of the U.S. where in the North they use gunning.
1. Game wardens were appointed to enforce hunting laws in New Hampshire.
狩猎监督官被派到新罕布什尔州去执行狩猎法令。

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2. After the Norman Conquest the forest became a royal hunting preserve.
诺曼征服之后,这片森林成为了皇家狩猎区。

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3. Detectives hunting the London bombers will be keen to interview him.
追查伦敦爆炸案凶犯的侦探们急于对他进行讯问。

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4. Hunting on the trust's 625,000 acres was last debated two years ago.
有关在该托管机构管理的62.5万英亩土地上狩猎一事,最近一次辩论是两年前。

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5. France has tight gun-control laws for handguns, but not for hunting rifles.
法国针对手枪有严格的枪支管制法规,但并不限制猎枪。

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