- n. 浆果（葡萄，番茄等）
- vi. 采集浆果
- n. (Berry)人名；(法、英、德、意、葡)贝里；(匈)拜里
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- berry: [OE] Berry is a strictly Germanic word, not found in other branches of Indo-European (German has beere, Dutch bes, and Danish bær). Its earliest application seems to have been specifically to grapes; the only record of it in Old Saxon and Gothic is in the compound ‘wineberry’, and around 1000 Aelfric translated Deuteronomy 23:24 into Old English as ‘If you go into your friend’s vineyard, eat the berries’.
But by the Middle Ages the term had broadened out to encompass the sorts of fruit we would recognize today as berries. The word goes back ultimately to a prehistoric Germanic *basj-, which it has been speculated may be related to Old English basu ‘red’.
- berry (n.)
- Old English berie, from Proto-Germanic *basjom (cognates: Old Norse ber, Middle Dutch bere, German Beere "berry;" Old Saxon winber, Gothic weinabasi "grape"), which is of unknown origin. This and apple are the only native fruit names.
- 1. This kind of jam is made of berry.
- 2. Berry Sugar were down eight at one seventy one, on doubts about the commodity price.
- 3. Mrs Berry asked her students to make a card for their father.
- 4. Berry is reanalyzing another earlier Taxol study, and Moore urged other scientists to do the same.
- Berry重新分析了另一项早先的泰素研究.与此同时, Moore鼓励其他科学家也这么做.
- 5. Mr. Berry said the timing was a coincidence and that his decision was unrelated to Mr. Roman's departure.
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