- n. 孤儿
- adj. 孤儿的
- vt. 成孤儿
- [C]孤儿 a child whose parents have died
- vt. 使成为孤儿 cause (sb) to become an orphan
a child who has lost both parents
someone or something who lacks support or care or supervision
the first line of a paragraph that is set as the last line of a page or column
a young animal without a mother
deprive of parents
- The orphan was consigned to her uncle's care.
- The boy became an orphan at six.
- Some orphan crops cannot be grown from seeds.
- The old lady took pity on the orphan kittens.
- She was orphaned at the age of ten.
- When his parents were killed in an accident,he became an orphan.
- He was orphaned at an early age.
- orphan drug 孤儿药物
- enteric cytopathic human orphan virus echo病毒28型,...
- monkey orphan virus 猿猴肠道病毒...
- orphan home 孤儿院
- orphan lamb 无母羔
- orphan pig 无母仔猪
- enteric cytopathic swine orphan virus 猪肠道细胞病变孤儿病...
- enteric cytopathogenic swine orphan virus 猪肠道细胞病变孤儿病...
- orphan asylum 孤儿院
- enteric cytopathogenic dog orphan virus 犬肠道细胞病变孤儿病...
- orphan virus 孤儿病毒,孤生病毒...
- enteric cytopathogenic monkey orphan virus 埃克莫病毒, 猴肠道...
- chicken-embryolethal orphan virus 鸡胚致死孤病毒...
- enteric cytopathogenic human orphan virus 人肠道孤病毒...
- elder orphan 老孤儿
That lady would take in anything from orphans to stray cats.出自： K. Gibbons
He is orphan'd both of father and mother.出自： E. Griffith
She saw she had no father upon earth, and ran out, orphaned, from his house.出自： Dickens
Two cars have been orphaned on Market Street..and have sat theresabandoned.出自：Daily Progress