lined

美 [laɪnd]
  • adj. 有内衬的;具线纹的
  • v. 排队(line的过去分词);填满
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lined 有皱纹的,有衬里的

来自line,线,引申词义线条,衬里,皱纹。

lined (adj.)
"having a lining or backing" (of some other material), mid-15c., from past participle of line (v.1); meaning "marked with lines" is from 1776, from past participle of line (v.2).
1. He is lined up for no less than four US television interviews.
多达4家美国电视媒体排期邀请他上节目接受采访。

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2. The avenues lined with jacaranda trees burst into a carnival of purple.
大街的两旁种着蓝花楹,绽放的花朵汇成一片紫色的海洋。

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3. Tens of thousands lined the route from Dublin airport.
从都柏林机场出来的道路两边站着数万人。

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4. He's a very small man with a lined, craggy face.
他是个脸部轮廓分明、皱纹明显的矮个子男人。

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5. We Spaniards have lined up against each other all too often.
我们西班牙人太爱窝里斗了。

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