fossilised

 
['fɒsɪlaɪzd]     ['fɒsɪlaɪzd]    
  • adj. 石化的
  • 动词fossilise的过去式和过去分词.
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fossilised的英文翻译是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

英英释义

Adjective:
  1. set in a rigidly conventional pattern of behavior, habits, or beliefs;

    "obsolete fossilized ways"
    "an ossified bureaucratic system"

fossilised的用法和样例:

例句

  1. Fossilised data - the ultimate back-up?
    科技伴读:化石化数据-终极备份?
  2. It is these, fossilised, that form rocks such aschalk andlimestone.
    也正是这些物质,形成了诸如白垩和石灰石的化石。
  3. Of course, fossilised bacteria would be expected to leave carbon traces too.
    当然,细菌化石也应留下碳元素的痕迹。
  4. It is these, fossilised, that form rocks such as chalk and limestone.
    就是这些生物的外壳或骨骼石化形成了诸如白垩石、石灰石之类的岩石。
  5. Fossilised grape leaves,stems,and seeds have been taken from Tertiary deposits of perhaps 3 millions years ago.
    葡萄化石的叶子、茎和种子大概都是取自于第三世纪的300万年前的沉淀物。
  6. The first ever fossilised dinosaur heart has been discovered by scientists in the US.
    美国科学家日前对第一次发现的恐龙心脏化石进行了深入研究。
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