- 绾 [wǎn]
- （盘绕起来打成结） coil up; tie up:
tie a knot; 绾个扣儿
coil one's hair; wind coils of hair 绾起头发
The three subtle smiles, drifting in the air towards each other like gossamer, became interwoven
The three subtle smiles, drifting in the air towards each other like gossamer, became interwoven.
The phase diagram of the????system is complicated, and eutectic hydrates such as????and??2??occur.
Satin finish white laquer, oak body and aluminum legs give this table a diverse finish of glossy satin and matte metal.
The red ribbon coils up the wheat and rice on the left and right of the cogwheel and hangs down, dividing the cogwheel into an upper and a lower part.
Being developed for thousands of years, the Chinese ancient poetry and the Chinese flower and bird painting heavily influence and even merge each other.
You will visit labs where scientists are unlocking the secrets of how these creatures, invisible to the naked eye, actually affect the way we behave in our most intimate moments.
The color reactions of the quaternary complexes of rare earth elements with eriochrome azurol B (ECB), 4,7-diphenyl-1,10-phenanthroline and cetyltrimethyl ammonium bromide have been studied.