- vt. 砍伐；击倒
- n. 丘原；沼泽地
- adj. 凶残的；毁灭性的
the dressed skin of an animal (especially a large animal)
seam made by turning under or folding together and stitching the seamed materials to avoid rough edges
the act of felling something (as a tree)
(of persons or their actions) able or disposed to inflict pain or suffering;
"a barbarous crime"
"Stalin's roughshod treatment of the kulaks"
"a savage slap"
cause to fall by or as if by delivering a blow;
"strike down a tree"
"Lightning struck down the hikers"
pass away rapidly;
"Time flies like an arrow"
"Time fleeing beneath him"
sew a seam by folding the edges
- The lumberman will fell these great trees.
- He felled his enemy with a single blow.
- This is the famous Lakeland Fells.
- The wind and rain beat down on me, and I fell down several times, but finally I arrived at a long, low house, standing rather isolated in the middle of the moor.
- He was struck by a fell blow to the head.
- The girl lost her balance and fell off the balance beam.
- No sooner had he arrived than he fell sick.
- The knife fell from her nerveless fingers.
- I managed to grab hold of the jug before it fell.
- fell over backwards 拚命(竭力抵销)...
- fell out of step with 不同步于
- market fell 行情下跌
- fell cutting 猫共济失调症...
- fall 落下
- in one fell swoop 一下子
- at one fell swoop 一下子(一举...
- a fell of hair 发绺
- flesh and fell 全身
- the lot fell on me 我中签了,我抽中了...
- fell like a fighting cock 觉得精力充沛...
- Little strokes fell great oaks. 水滴石穿。
- one's face fell 脸耷拉下来
A lion of tawny fell.出自： R. Graves
Fell adders hiss and poisonous serpents roll.出自： F. O
The Tiger then felled him with a..blow on the side of his head.出自： R. Graves
Let no more trees be felled or else the forest will be bare.出自： L. K. Johnson