- n. 灌木丛；矮树
- v. 丛生；(以灌木)标记、保护、支撑
- n. 布什(姓氏)
- [C]灌木(丛) a plant like a small tree with a lot of branches
a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
a large wilderness area
dense vegetation consisting of stunted trees or bushes
43rd President of the United States; son of George Herbert Walker Bush (born in 1946)
United States electrical engineer who designed an early analogue computer and who led the scientific program of the United States during World War II (1890-1974)
vice president under Reagan and 41st President of the United States (born in 1924)
hair growing in the pubic area
not of the highest quality or sophistication
provide with a bushing
- He scrabbled about in the bush for the ball.
- The rabbit started from the bush.
- There is some ice in the bush.
- With a few quick snips of the shears he pruned the bush.
- The soldier saw a gun jutting out from a bush.
- I can't pull this bush up, it's firmly rooted in the ground.
- The boy held on to the bush until someone came down to rescue him.
- If you cut off some of the branches,the tree would not bush out.
- They have gone ahead to bush out a safe way across the frozen lake.
- There are many anecdotes about George Bush.
- This bush has grown up a lot in the last few months.
- These two bushes can grow together; they like the same kind of soil.
- The bushes may have died back in this cold autumn, but they will grow again next spring.
- The bush was a good hiding place, so we dashed behind it.
- New bushes can be reproduced from roots taken from the parent plant.
- Rose bushes shoot out again after being cut back.
- Before planting the bushes, soak the ground with water.
- It's necessary for us to net the currant bushes.
- Don't worry about cutting the rose bushes severely; they always grow back, stronger and healthier than ever.
- There is a bush near the school playground.
- He slashed at the bush angrily with a stick.
- The dog roused a deer from the bushes.
- We reaped a fine crop of fruit from the bushes that we planted last year.
- The boy chased his sister in and out among the bushes.
- Being lost in the bush is very dangerous.
- Our look-out spied a man hiding in some bushes.
- What is the best way to harden off new rose bushes only a few inches high?
- New shoots appeared on the bush.
- I used to think that this sweet tropical fruit grew on a bush, but later learned that in fact it grows upon the ground.
- There was no path through the wood and we had to force our way through the thick bushes.
- The explorer went into the bush of Alaska.
- I peered through the bushes.
- One beats the bush, and another catches the bird.
- Good wine needs no bush.
- beat about〔around〕 the bush
旁敲侧击 refuse or fail to come to the point when speaking about a subject
- bird in the hand is worth two in the bush
多得不如现得; 一鸟在手,胜于二鸟在林 better to be content with what one has than to risk losing everything by being too greedy
- bush telegraph
传播消息的小道 method of (unofficially) spreading news; rumour by word of mouth
Good wine needs no bush.出自：Proverb
- bush指的是一种矮小而丛生的木本植物,引申可指蓬松的头发。bush是可数名词,可用冠词修饰。the bush表示“丛林”“未开发地区”。
- bush用于比喻时常与beat about〔around〕连用,意思是“拐弯抹角地说,旁敲侧击”; 与 telegraph连用作“小道消息”解。
- beat about the bush, beat the bush