- n. 狗屋；养狗场；[建] 阴沟；一群狗
- vt. 把…关进狗舍；宿于狗舍
- vi. 待在狗舍里
- n. (Kennel)人名；(德)肯内尔
TEM8 GRE TOEFL
1. kernel, kennel: 带r 的是果核，不带的是狗窝，n 像狗门.
4. canine => kennel.
- kennel:  Appropriately enough for a word for ‘dog-house’, kennel comes ultimately from Latin canis ‘dog’ (a relative of English hound). Canis was the basis of a Vulgar Latin derivative *canīle, which passed into English via Anglo- Norman *kenil. Other English derivatives of Latin canis include canary, canine , and chenille ‘fabric made from soft yarn’ , a borrowing from French chenille, literally ‘hairy caterpillar’, which came from a diminutive form of canis.
=> canary, canine, chenille, hound
- kennel (n.)
- c. 1300, from Anglo-French *kenil, Old French chenil, from Vulgar Latin *canile, from Latin canem (nominative canis) "dog" (see canine (n.)). With suffix as in ovile "sheepfold" from ovus, equile "horse-stable" from equus, etc. As a verb, 1550s, from the noun.
- 1. Sporting dogs should be kept out of doors in a kennel.
- 2. Once you have chosen a kennel, don't forget to make a booking for your pet.
- 3. The bull - dog lay stretched on the straw outside his kennel.
- 那只 斗牛 狗也伸长腿在狗窝前的草堆上懒洋洋地躺着.
- 4. To take cover or lie in or as if in a kennel.
- 5. Silverwind is a small hobby kennel which is located in Shanghai, China.
[ kennel 造句 ]