- n. 泥煤；泥炭块；泥炭色
- n. (Peat)人名；(英)皮特
1. piece, patch => peat.
3. *peatan => peat.
- peat: see piece
- peat (n.)
- c. 1200, in Scottish Latin, of unknown origin, probably from a Celtic root *pett- (cognates: Cornish peyth, Welsh peth "quantity, part, thing," Old Irish pet, Breton pez "piece"). The earliest sense is not of the turf but of the cut piece of it, and the Celtic root may be connected to that of piece.
- 1. Lean the plants against a wall and cover the roots with peat.
- 2. In the course of the evening he gave me chapter and verse on the mosses of the Islay peat bogs.
- 3. Strongly acid peat soils are often low in calcium.
- 4. Peat moss is a major constituent of most soil mixes.
- 5. The incisive , cultured but unaffected voice matched Peat - Smith's ingenuous appearance.
- 皮特 -史密斯 开门见山,彬彬有礼, 而又不失于矫揉造作的话语同他那幅真诚的表情很相称.
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