- n. 草地；草皮
- vt. 给…铺上草皮
- vi. 成为草地
来自古英语 sweard,兽皮，果皮，可能最终来自 PIE*swer,砍，劈，词源同 sword.引申词义草 皮，草地。
- sward (n.)
- "grass-covered ground," c. 1300, from Old English sweard "skin, hide, rind" (of bacon, etc.), from Proto-Germanic *swarthu- (cognates: Old Frisian swarde "skin of the head," Middle Dutch swarde "rind of bacon," Dutch zwoord "rind of bacon," German Schwarte "thick, hard skin, rind," Old Norse svörðr "walrus hide"). Meaning "sod, turf" developed from the notion of the "skin" of the earth (compare Old Norse grassvörðr, Danish grønsvær "greensward").
- 1. A lady in full feather approached the sentinel on the sward.
- 2. An open sward was as smooth as any well - kept lawn.
- 3. The sward is bared very closely.
- 4. Rat, lingering, looked long and doubtfully at certain hoof - marks deep in the sward.
- 5. Which does arbor, bush, sward cultivating growth in Jiangsu suitable have?
- 适合在江苏种植生长的乔木 、 灌木 、 草皮有哪些?
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