- n. 凤凰；死而复生的人
- n. (Phoenix)人名；(英)菲尼克斯
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- phoenix: [OE] The phoenix, a fabulous bird which every 500 years consumed itself by fire and then rose again from its own ashes, may get its name from the red flames in which it perished. The word comes via Latin phoenix from Greek phoinix, which as well as ‘phoenix’ denoted ‘Phoenician’ and ‘purple’, and it has been speculated that it may be related to phoinós ‘blood-red’.
- phoenix (n.)
- Old English and Old French fenix, from Medieval Latin phenix, from Latin phoenix, from Greek phoinix, mythical bird of Arabia which flew to Egypt every 500 years to be reborn, also "the date" (fruit and tree), also "Phoenician," literally "purple-red," perhaps a foreign word (Egyptian has been suggested), or from phoinos "blood-red." Exact relation and order of the senses in Greek is unclear.
Ðone wudu weardaþ wundrum fægerSpelling assimilated to Greek 16c. (see ph). Figurative sense of "that which rises from the ashes of what was destroyed" is attested from 1590s. The city in Arizona, U.S., so called because it was founded in 1867 on the site of an ancient Native American settlement.
fugel feþrum se is fenix hatan
- 1. The airline rose like a phoenix from the ashes.
- 2. At 14 , he went to high school in Phoenix, Arizona.
- 3. Was your school here in Phoenix?
- 你的那个学校在Phoenix这 吗 ?
- 4. The constructor arguments are actually Phoenix lambda expressions, so you can use arbitrarily complex expressions.
- 构造函数参数实际上是Phoenix的λ表达式, 因此你可以使用任意复杂的表达式.
- 5. Results Concordant ID of 90.0 % was observed for Enterococci between Phoenix - 100 and API.
- 结果与API鉴定 系统相比,Phoenix -100 系统鉴定肠球菌的一致率为90.0%.
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