crowned 是什么意思

crowned的中文意思是: 加冕的

crowned例句大全

  1. Mist crowned the Mountain .

    山顶为雾笼罩。

  2. He was crowned with victory .

    他获得胜利的荣誉。

  3. He was crowned world champion.

    那皇冠上缀了好多珠宝。他登上世界冠军的宝座。

  4. The king crowned his son.

    那位国王为他的儿子加冕。

  5. The Archbishop crowned the Queen .

    大主教为女王加冕。

  6. They crowned [ made ] him king.

    他们立[拥]他为王。

  7. He was crowned with laurel .

    他们把桂冠加在他头上。

  8. The hill is crowned with woods .

    山顶上有树林。

  9. Their efforts were crowned with honors.

    他们的努力获得了荣誉。

  10. Crowned by spurts of milky jet.

    有奶白色的气流喷射为之加冕。

  11. Gowned and crowned, she was a queen.

    长袍和王冠加身,她是太后。

  12. The queen was crowned with proper ceremony.

    女王以传统仪式举行加冕礼。

  13. The lofty mountains were crowned with snow.

    高山顶上积满了雪。

  14. The Growth of Nestlings grey - crowned crane

    灰冠鹤雏鸟的生长发育

  15. The emperor was crowned by the pope.

    皇帝由教皇为其加冕。

  16. The Cultural Phenomena of Red-crowned Crane

    丹顶鹤的文化现象

  17. Success has crowned my years of effort.

    我经过数年努力终于获得成功。

  18. He was crowned with glory and honor.

    他得到了荣耀和荣誉。

  19. And crowned her with emeralds and innocence.

    并以翡翠与纯洁的皇冠为她加冕。

  20. Their hard labours were crowned with honours .

    他们的辛勤劳动受到了表彰。

  21. The award of this prize crowned his career.

    他荣获此奖,表明他事业有成。

  22. I need not be crowned with laurels vain ;

    我就不用戴虚荣的桂冠;

  23. 1883-Alexander III is crowned tsar of Russia.

    1883年的今天,亚历山大三世加冕成为俄国沙皇。

  24. Qiqihar is home to the red-crowned crane.

    齐齐哈尔是丹顶鹤的故乡。

  25. Semi-domestic red-crowned crane is not sensitive to human, it makes differences in the expression behavior

    散养鹤对人的存在并不敏感,使其在各行为的表达上与野生鹤有一定区别。

  26. Study on Breeding Behavior of Red-Crowned Crane

    丹顶鹤繁殖行为的研究

  27. Two days later, Juan Carlos was crowned king.

    两天后,胡安·卡洛斯被加冕为国王。

  28. The evening was crowned by her dazzling performance.

    她那令人炫目的表演把晚会的气氛推向高潮。

  29. The king walked into the Abbey to be crowned.

    国王走进大教堂去加冕。

  30. Crowned with or as if with laurel symbolizing victory.

    戴上王冠的,或好象戴上象征胜利的桂冠的。

  31. The new king would be crowned in a month.

    新国王一个月后就要加冕。

  32. She's the newly crowned world champion in the javelin.

    她是标枪项目的新世界冠军。

  33. In 12 - 16 days, demoiselle > white - napped > red - crowned ;

    12~16日龄,其顺序变为:蓑羽鹤白枕鹤丹顶鹤。

  34. The people rejoiced when the new king was crowned.

    新国王加冕了,人们感到非常高兴。

  35. Study on artificial incubation about eggs of Red-crowned cranes

    丹顶鹤卵人工孵化的研究

  36. Let the beginning of the year be crowned with achievements.

    来一个新年开门红。

  37. They crowned the new king shortly after his father's death.

    其父去世后不久,他们就为新国王加了冕。

  38. One of the crowd, and yet I see you crowned.

    你毫不出众,我却看到了你的冠冕。

  39. The victorious leader was crowned with an ornament of leaves.

    获胜的首领戴上了一顶以树叶做成的花冠。

  40. Foraging Habitat of Red-crowned Crane in Autumn in Xingkai Lake

    兴凯湖秋季丹顶鹤觅食生境初步研究

crowned中英翻译结果
出自:柯林斯词典

1
王冠;皇冠;冕;(戴在头上的)冠状物
A crown is a circular ornament, usually made of gold and jewels, which a king or queen wears on their head at official ceremonies. You can also use crown to refer to anything circular that is worn on someone's head.
  1. ...a crown of flowers.

    花冠

2
王国政府;王国;(英国刑事案件中的)公诉人
The government of a country that has a king or queen is sometimes referred to as the Crown. In British criminal cases the prosecutor is the Crown .
  1. She says the sovereignty of the Crown must be preserved.

    她说必须维护王国政府的主权。

  2. ...a Minister of the Crown.

    王国政府的大臣

  3. ...chief witness for the Crown.

    公诉方的主要证人

3
为…加冕;立…为王(或女王)
When a king or queen is crowned, a crown is placed on their head as part of a ceremony in which they are officially made king or queen.
  1. Elizabeth was crowned in Westminster Abbey on 2 June 1953...

    伊丽莎白于1953年6月2日在威斯敏斯特大教堂加冕。

  2. Two days later, Juan Carlos was crowned king.

    两天后,胡安·卡洛斯被加冕为国王。

  3. ...the newly crowned King.

    新加冕的国王

4
形成…的顶部;给…加顶
If one thing crowns another, it is on top of it.
  1. Here another rugged castle crowns the cliffs and crags.

    这里又有一座高低不平的城堡建在悬崖绝壁之上。

  2. ...a very striking face, crowned by an abundance of hair.

    一张非常标致的脸,长着一头浓密的头发

5
头顶(后部)
Your crown is the top part of your head, at the back.
  1. He laid his hand gently on the crown of her head.

    他把手轻轻放在她的头顶上。

6
帽顶
The crown of a hat is the part which covers the top of your head.
7
5先令的英国硬币
A crown was a British coin worth five shillings.
8
(受损牙齿的)人造冠
A crown is an artificial top piece fixed over a broken or decayed tooth.
9
冠军宝座;桂冠
In sport, winning an important competition is sometimes referred to as a crown .
  1. ...his dream of a fourth Wimbledon crown.

    他梦想第四次获得温布尔登网球公开赛的冠军

10
使圆满;使完美
An achievement or event that crowns something makes it perfect, successful, or complete.
  1. It is an important moment, crowning the efforts of the Cup organisers...

    这是个重要时刻,它使得优胜杯赛组织者的努力圆满告捷。

  2. The summit was crowned by the signing of the historic START treaty.

    此次峰会以签订具有历史性意义的《削减进攻性战略武器条约》宣告圆满成功。

  3. ...the crowning achievement of his career.

    他事业上的最高成就

11
使(事业)达到顶峰
If you crown your career with a success or achievement, you have a final success or achievement which is greater than all the others you have had.
  1. He went on to crown a distinguished career in radio and television with his book 'The Price of Victory'.

    凭借《胜利的代价》一书,在广播和电视事业上成就杰出的他再创辉煌。

crowned英语释义
出自:WordNet

1
provided with or as if with a crown or a crown as specified;often used in combination
例子:
  1. a high-crowned hat
  2. an orange-crowned bird
  3. a crowned signet ring
2
having an (artificial) crown on a tooth
例子:
  1. had many crowned teeth
3
crowned with or as if with laurel symbolizing victory

近义词: laureled,laurelled