- n. (兔子等)所掘的地洞
- vt. 挖掘(洞穴)；钻进
- vi. 翻寻；挖洞
- vt. & vi. 挖掘(洞穴)；挖洞 make sth by digging
- vi. 搜寻 research
- [C]地洞 hole;tunnel
a hole made by an animal, usually for shelter
move through by or as by digging;
"burrow through the forest"
- The ideal riverbank is crumbly enough for the birds to excavate a nesting burrow with their beaks.
- You burrow and rankle in his heart!
- Burrow beneath laudatory headlines on business and political leaders, and it becomes clear that the strategy works.
- Nobody comes to visit me, although a mouse did burrow into my cabin once.
- The footing corals start to anchor down on the loose rocks, and the subterranean sponges burrow underneath.
- Rats had burrowed into the bank of the river.
- They were burrowing for a book in the library.
- They burrowed a hole under a tree.
- The rabbits hid in the burrows.
An infant..Left by neglect, and burrowed in that bed.出自： G. Crabbe
He..burrowed a drowsy head into the cushions.出自： J. Buchan