- n. [地质] 岩浆；糊剂
- n. (Magma)人名；(英)马格马
- magma: see make
- magma (n.)
- mid-15c., "dregs," from Latin magma "dregs of an ointment," from Greek magma "thick unguent, ointment," from root of massein "to knead, mold," from PIE *mag- "to knead" (see macerate). Geological meaning "molten rock" is 1859. Related: Magmalic.
- 1. The volcano threw new showers of magma and ash into the air.
- 2. In many places surface rocks have been melted, baked by the heat of magma beneath.
- 地表岩石在许多地方被地下岩浆热量所熔化 、 所烘烤.
- 3. Earthquakes commonly accompany volcanic activity on movement of magma deep in the earth.
- 4. All magma consists basically of a variety of silicate minerals.
- 5. Large scale granitic magma during Mesozoic was the major carrier for gold.
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