whale 英[wel]美[hwel, wel]n. [动]鲸,鲸鱼;巨大的事物v. 捕鲸;击打,猛击第三人称单数:whales;过去分词:whaled;名词复数:whales;现在分词:w[例句]First , kerosene from petroleum replaced whale oil.首先,从原油提炼的煤油代替了鲸鱼油.
A blue whale is a sea mammal, which weighs 20 times heavier than an elephant. Longer than five buses, it is known to be the largest creature on the planet. Despite its enormous appearnce, a blue whale feeds on the smallest creatures in the ocean,
whale[wel] [词典释义] n. 鲸;巨大的东西 vt. 猛揍;使惨败 vi. 捕鲸 n. (Whale)人名;(英)惠尔
LIVING IN THE OCEAN Whales are large, magnificent, intelligent, aquatic mammals. They breathe air through blowhole(s) into lungs (unlike fish who breathe using gills). Whales have sleek, streamlined bodies that move easily through the water. They
whale英 [wel] 美 [hwel, wel]
whale[英][hweil] [美][hwel, wel]
Whale is the biggest animal in the world, but Blue Whale is the greatest whale. As we all know, a bus is about 15 tons, but some Blue Whales are more than 100 tons. A bus could be 45 feet long, but some whales are about 100 feet long. Recently,
whale [hweil] vt. 猛揍;使惨败vi. 捕鲸n. 鲸;巨大的东西