- n. 游隼（等于Falco peregrinus）
- adj. 外来的，移住的
- peregrine: see pilgrim
- peregrine (n.)
- also peregrin, type of falcon, 1550s, short for peregrine falcon (late 14c.), from Old French faulcon pelerin (mid-13c.), from Medieval Latin falco peregrinus, from Latin peregrinus "coming from foreign parts" (see peregrination). Sense may have been a bird "caught in transit," as opposed to one taken from the nest. Peregrine as an adjective in English meaning "not native, foreign" is attested from 1520s.
- 1. Peregrine falcons usually pluck the feathers and strip the flesh off their bird prey.
- 2. The first thing people think of when they hear the word " peregrine " is a falcon.
- 人们听到 “ 远游客 ” 这个词首先联想起的是游鹰.
来自英汉文学 - 廊桥遗梦
- 3. Was he finally free from the fear of hawk peregrine?
- 于是,这样他就能从鹰隼的恐惧阴影中解放出来了 吗 ?
- 4. Can I escape from hawk and peregrine when they are after?
- 如果我被老鹰或隼之类的盯上了,能逃脱掉 么 ?
- 5. At that time, 49 % Wahaha, Danone and Peregrine, together accounting for 51 %.
- 当时,娃哈哈持股49%, 达能与百富勤合占51%.
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