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- inlet (n.)
- 1570s, "narrow opening into a coast, arm of the sea," a special use of Middle English inleten "to let in" (c. 1300), from in + let (v.). In this sense said by old sources to be originally a Kentish term.
- 1. There is an inlet to a parking lot.
- 2. They went to a fishing village on a small inlet of the sea.
- 3. I mean to get into North Inlet, and beach her quietly there.'
- 我要将船驶进北汊,让它在那里平稳地登上岸滩. ”
来自英汉文学 - 金银岛
- 4. Some carburetors have an auxliary fuel valve and inlet.
- 5. The fresh - air inlet was usually the crankcase breather cap.
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