- [C]触角; 触须 (antennae) either of the two long thin parts on the heads of some insects and some animals that live in shells, used to feel and touch thing with
- [C]天线 (antennas/antennae) aerial
an electrical device that sends or receives radio or television signals
sensitivity similar to that of a receptor organ;
"he had a special antenna for public relations"
one of a pair of mobile appendages on the head of e.g. insects and crustaceans; typically sensitive to touch and taste
- Its ears were small, cup-shaped antennae.
- Its antenna has reached every aspect of social life.
- Extended the radio antenna.
- You should fix the television antenna before receiving programs.
- Her finely-tuned political antennae helped her to sense problems that less-experienced politicians might not detect.
- An ant has two antennae on its head.
- The insect moved its antennae around.
- My neighbor has a tall radio antenna on his roof.
- Sometimes a creature use a pair of antennae to swim or attach itself to other animals or objects.
- The minister was praised for his acute political antennae.
- The snail has a pair of antennae.
- These insects have a well-defined head with compound eyes and antennae.
- The antenna for my car radio is broken.
- long-range antenna 船上的远程天线
A weird creature.., a pear-shaped body, long antennae that twitched indignantly.出自： G. Durrell