- n.鸟,<俚>人 vi.在野外观察或鉴别鸟类
- The birds start to sing at sunrise.
- People went home and birds returned to their nests.the broad tableland enveloped by the night was so quiet that it seemed any sound made there could reach the sky directly shaking out the stars'dancing lights.
- The oil spill endangered thousands of birds.
- Water is taught by thirst; land by the oceans passed; transport by throe; peace by its battles told; love by memorial mould; birds by the snow.
- I tend to leave the windfalls for the birds to pick at.
- Tis almost morning; I would have thee gone: and yet no further than a wanton's bird; who lets it hop a little from her hand like a poor prisoner in his twisted gyves and with a silk thread plucks it back again so loving-jealous of his liberty.
- To combat cold weather birds ruffle their feathers trapping layers of warm air to insulate their bodies.
- I'll spray-paint you till you're one of the birds.understood?
- We watched the birds wheeling on high.
- If I fall in love with you--I will never imitate spoony birds to repeat simple songs for green shade.
- A spread-eagle as it is called in heraldry-features a flying bird shown from below with its wings tail and legs outstretched.
- In september these birds migrate south.
- Early worm catches the bird.
- Early birds catch the worms.
- The bird settled on the topmost bough.