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crown [ kraun] n.王冠,冕;花冠

夺冠 take the crown

王储,王太子 Crown Prince

Government Counsel [formerly known as Crown Counsel] 政府律师〔前称检察官〕

crown head piston(convex head piston)

前叉肩 Fork Crown

They crowned him king. 他们拥立他为国王。

No cross, no crown.

A good healthy body is worth more a crown in gold.

No cross, no crown.

No pain, no palm; no thorns, no throne; no gall, no glory; no cross, no crown.

Quietude is the crown of life.

The end crowns the work.

You will never enjoy the world aright, till he sea itself floweth in your vein, till you are clothed with the heavens, and crowned with the stars.
Thomas Ttaherne, British poet

No pain , no palm; no thorns , no throne ; no gall, no glory; no cross, no crown.
William Penn, British admiral

冠 [guān] /hat/crown/crest/cap/

冠冕 [guān miǎn] /royal crown/

冠子 [guān zi ] /crest/crown/

冕 [miǎn] /royal crown/

王储 [wáng chǔ] /Crown Prince/heir to throne/

王冠 [wáng guān] /crown/

{adj: capped} covered as if with a cap or crown especially of a specified kind
"cloud-capped mountains"
"brown-capped mushrooms"
"snow-capped peaks"

{adj: capped} used especially of front teeth having artificial crowns
"capped teeth gave her a beautiful smile"

{adj: comate, comose} bearing a coma; crowned with an assemblage of branches or leaves or bracts
"comate royal palms"
"pineapples are comate"

{adj: coronary} surrounding like a crown (especially of the blood vessels surrounding the heart)
"coronary arteries"

{adj: crowned} having an artificial crown on a tooth
"had many crowned teeth"
<-> uncrowned

{adj: crowned} provided with or as if with a crown or a crown as specified; often used in combination
"a high-crowned hat"
"an orange-crowned bird"
"a crowned signet ring"
<-> uncrowned

{adj: crowning} forming or providing a crown or summit
"the crowning star on a Christmas tree"
"her hair was her crowning glory"

{adj: crowning} representing a level of the highest possible achievement or attainment
"the crowning accomplishment of his career"

{adj: emblematic, emblematical, symbolic, symbolical} serving as a visible symbol for something abstract
"a crown is emblematic of royalty"
"the spinning wheel was as symbolic of colonical Massachusetts as the codfish"

{adj: encircled, ringed, wreathed} adorned or crowned with a circlet; sometimes used as combining forms
"a brow encircled with laurel"
"wreathed in an extraordinary luminescence"
"ringed round with daisies"

{adj: equivocal, ambiguous} open to two or more interpretations; or of uncertain nature or significance; or (often) intended to mislead
"an equivocal statement"
"the polling had a complex and equivocal (or ambiguous) message for potential female candidates"
"the officer's equivocal behavior increased the victim's uneasiness"
"popularity is an equivocal crown"
"an equivocal response to an embarrassing question"
<-> unequivocal

{adj: high-crowned} (of a hat) having a high crown

{adj: laureled, laurelled, crowned} crowned with or as if with laurel symbolizing victory
<-> unlaureled

{adj: royal} invested with royal power as symbolized by a crown
"the royal (or crowned) heads of Europe"

{adj: triple-crown} of a horse that has won the Kentucky Derby and the Belmont Stakes and the Preakness races

{adj: triple-crown} unofficial championship title for player who heads the league in batting average and home runs and runs batted in

{adj: uncrowned, crownless} not (especially not yet) provided with a crown
"the uncrowned king"
<-> crowned

{adj: uncrowned} not having an artificial crown on a tooth; used especially of molars and bicuspids
"uncrowned teeth badly in need of attention"
<-> crowned

{adj: uneasy} lacking a sense of security or affording no ease or reassurance
"farmers were uneasy until rain finally came"
"uneasy about his health"
"gave an uneasy laugh"
"uneasy lies the head that wears the crown"
"an uneasy coalition government"
"an uneasy calm"
"an uneasy silence fell on the group"
<-> easy

{adj: unlaureled, unlaurelled} not crowned with laurel; having no acclaim or reward
"the unlaureled heroism of endurance"- Francis Parkman
<-> laureled

{adj: usurped} (used especially of the rights of another) seized and held by force
"the usurped crown sat heavy on his head"

{n: Affirmed} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1978

{n: Agrobacterium tumefaciens} the bacteria that produce crown gall disease in plants

{n: Alpine fir, subalpine fir, Abies lasiocarpa} medium-tall timber tree of the Rocky Mountains having a narrowly conic to columnar crown

{n: American basswood, American lime, Tilia americana} large American shade tree with large dark green leaves and rounded crown

{n: American larch, tamarack, black larch, Larix laricina} medium-sized larch of Canada and northern United States including Alaska having a broad conic crown and rust-brown scaly bark

{n: American widgeon, baldpate, Anas americana} a widgeon the male of which has a white crown

{n: Assault} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1946

{n: Bosworth Field} the battle that ended the Wars of the Roses (1485); Richard III was killed and Henry Tudor was crowned as Henry VII

{n: British Commonwealth, Commonwealth of Nations} an association of nations consisting of the United Kingdom and its dependencies and many former British colonies that are now sovereign states but owe allegiance to the British Crown

{n: British Crown} the symbol of the power of the British monarchy
"members of the British Commonwealth owe allegiance to the British Crown"

{n: Canadian aspen, bigtooth aspen, bigtoothed aspen, big-toothed aspen, large-toothed aspen, large tooth aspen, Populus grandidentata} aspen with a narrow crown; eastern North America

{n: Citation} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1948

{n: Colorado spruce, Colorado blue spruce, silver spruce, Picea pungens} tall spruce with blue-green needles and dense conic crown; older trees become columnar with lower branches sweeping downward

{n: Counsel to the Crown} a barrister selected to serve as counsel to the British ruler

{n: Count Fleet} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1943

{n: Crown Colony} a British colony controlled by the British Crown, represented by a governor

{n: Crown land} land that belongs to the Crown

{n: Crown} the Crown (or the reigning monarch) as the symbol of the power and authority of a monarchy
"the colonies revolted against the Crown"

{n: Edward, Edward V} King of England who was crowned at the age of 13 on the death of his father Edward IV but was immediately confined to the Tower of London where he and his younger brother were murdered (1470-1483)

{n: Engelmann spruce, Engelmann's spruce, Picea engelmannii} tall spruce of Rocky Mountains and British Columbia with blue-green needles and acutely conic crown; wood used for rough lumber and boxes

{n: European larch, Larix decidua} tall European tree having a slender conic crown, flat needlelike leaves, and hairy cone scales

{n: European silver fir, Christmas tree, Abies alba} tall timber tree of central and southern Europe having a regular crown and grey bark

{n: Falkland Islands} a group of over 100 islands in the southern Atlantic off the coast of Argentina; a British crown colony

{n: Frederick II, Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II} the Holy Roman Emperor who led the Sixth Crusade and crowned himself king of Jerusalem (1194-1250)

{n: Gallant Fox} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1930

{n: George, George IV} King of Great Britain and Ireland and Hanover from 1820 to 1830; his attempt to divorce his estranged wife undermined the prestige of the crown (1762-1830)

{n: Habsburg, Hapsburg} a royal German family that provided rulers for several European states and wore the crown of the Holy Roman Empire from 1440 to 1806

{n: Henry II} first Plantagenet King of England; instituted judicial and financial reforms; quarreled with archbishop Becket concerning the authority of the crown over the church (1133-1189)

{n: Hong Kong} formerly a Crown Colony on the coast of southern China in Guangdong province; leased by China to Britain in 1842 and returned in 1997; one of the world's leading commercial centers

{n: Japanese red pine, Japanese table pine, Pinus densiflora} pine native to Japan and Korea having a wide-spreading irregular crown when mature; grown as an ornamental

{n: Japanese umbrella pine, Sciadopitys verticillata} tall evergreen having a symmetrical spreading crown and needles growing in whorls that resemble umbrellas at ends of twigs

{n: Jeanne d'Arc, Joan of Arc, Saint Joan} French heroine and military leader inspired by religious visions to organize French resistance to the English and to have Charles VII crowned king; she was later tried for heresy and burned at the stake (1412-1431)

{n: King's Counsel} Counsel to the Crown when the British monarch is a king

{n: Leo III} Italian pope from 795 to 816 who in 800 crowned Charlemagne emperor of the Romans (750-816)

{n: Lord Chancellor, Lord High Chancellor} the highest officer of the Crown who is head of the judiciary and who presides in the House of Lords

{n: Louis VIII} king of France who increased the power of the crown over the feudal lords (1187-1226)

{n: Monterey pine, Pinus radiata} tall California pine with long needles in bunches of 3, a dense crown, and dark brown deeply fissured bark

{n: Nageia, genus Nageia} small genus of Asian evergreen trees having columnar crowns and distinguished by leaves lacking a midrib; eastern Asia including India and Philippines and New Guinea

{n: New Forest} an area of woods and heathland in southern Hampshire that was set aside by William I as Crown property in 1079; originally a royal hunting ground but now administered as parkland; noted for its ponies

{n: Omaha} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1935

{n: Palmae, family Palmae, Palmaceae, family Palmaceae, Arecaceae, family Arecaceae, palm family} chiefly tropical trees and shrubs and vines usually having a tall columnar trunk bearing a crown of very large leaves; coextensive with the order Palmales

{n: Panama tree, Sterculia apetala} large deciduous tree native to Panama and from which the country takes its name; having densely leafy crown and naked trunk

{n: Parkia javanica} tall evergreen rain forest tree with wide-spreading crown having yellow-white flowers; grown as an ornamental in parks and large gardens

{n: Pius VII, Barnaba Chiaramonti, Luigi Barnaba Gregorio Chiaramonti} Italian pope from 1800 to 1823 who was humiliated by Napoleon and taken prisoner in 1809; he concluded a concordat with Napoleon and crowned him emperor of France; he returned to Rome in 1814 (1740-1823)

{n: Queen's Counsel} Counsel to the Crown when the British monarch is a queen

{n: Seattle Slew} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1977

{n: Secretariat} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1973

{n: Siberian larch, Larix siberica, Larix russica} medium-sized larch of northeastern Russia and Siberia having narrowly conic crown and soft narrow bright-green leaves; used in cultivation

{n: Sir Barton} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1919

{n: Sixth Crusade} a Crusade from 1228 to 1229 led by the Holy Roman Emperor Frederick II who fell ill and was excommunicated by the Pope; by negotiation Frederick II was able to crown himself king of Jerusalem

{n: Tower of London} a fortress in London on the Thames; used as a palace and a state prison and now as a museum containing the crown jewels

{n: War Admiral} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1937

{n: Whirlaway} thoroughbred that won the triple crown in 1941

{n: Wilson's warbler, Wilson's blackcap, Wilsonia pusilla} yellow wood warbler with a black crown

{n: amabilis fir, white fir, Pacific silver fir, red silver fir, Christmas tree, Abies amabilis} medium to tall fir of western North America having a conic crown and branches in tiers; leaves smell of orange when crushed

{n: ancient pine, Pinus longaeva} small slow-growing pine of western United States similar to the bristlecone pine; chocolate brown bark in plates and short needles in bunches of 5; crown conic but becoming rough and twisted; oldest plant in the world growing to 5000 years in cold semidesert mountain tops

{n: assizes, court of assize, court of assize and nisi prius} the county courts of England (replaced in 1971 by crown courts)

{n: axseed, crown vetch, Coronilla varia} European herb resembling vetch; naturalized in the eastern United States; having umbels of pink-and-white flowers and sharp-angled pods

{n: banana, banana tree} any of several tropical and subtropical treelike herbs of the genus Musa having a terminal crown of large entire leaves and usually bearing hanging clusters of elongated fruits

{n: beech, beech tree} any of several large deciduous trees with rounded spreading crowns and smooth grey bark and small sweet edible triangular nuts enclosed in burs; north temperate regions

{n: bevel gear, pinion and crown wheel, pinion and ring gear} gears that mesh at an angle

{n: biretta, berretta, birretta} a stiff cap with ridges across the crown; worn by Roman Catholic clergy

{n: black-capped chickadee, blackcap, Parus atricapillus} chickadee having a dark crown

{n: black-crowned night heron, Nycticorax nycticorax} night heron of both Old and New Worlds

{n: blackcap, Silvia atricapilla} small brownish-grey warbler with a black crown

{n: blue tit, tomtit, Parus caeruleus} widely distributed European titmouse with bright cobalt blue wings and tail and crown of the head

{n: boater, leghorn, Panama, Panama hat, sailor, skimmer, straw hat} a stiff hat made of straw with a flat crown

{n: bone-headed dinosaur} bipedal herbivorous dinosaurs with bony crowns

{n: bonnet macaque, bonnet monkey, capped macaque, crown monkey, Macaca radiata} Indian macaque with a bonnet-like tuft of hair

{n: brim} a circular projection that sticks outward from the crown of a hat

{n: calpac, calpack, kalpac} a high-crowned black cap (usually made of felt or sheepskin) worn by men in Turkey and Iran and the Caucasus

{n: campaign hat} a broad-brimmed felt hat with a high crown; formerly worn by the United States Army and Marine personnel

{n: cape yellowwood, African yellowwood, Podocarpus elongatus} South African tree or shrub having a rounded crown

{n: conacaste, elephant's ear, Enterolobium cyclocarpa} tropical South American tree having a wide-spreading crown of bipinnate leaves and coiled ear-shaped fruits; grown for shade and ornament as well as valuable timber

{n: corn borer, European corn borer moth, corn borer moth, Pyrausta nubilalis} native to Europe; in America the larvae bore into the stem and crown of corn and other plants

{n: corn cockle, corn campion, crown-of-the-field, Agrostemma githago} European annual having large trumpet-shaped reddish-purple flowers and poisonous seed; a common weed in grainfields and beside roadways; naturalized in America

{n: corona} (anatomy) any structure that resembles a crown in shape

{n: coronet} a small crown; usually indicates a high rank but below that of sovereign

{n: cowboy hat, ten-gallon hat} a hat with a wide brim and a soft crown; worn by American ranch hands

{n: cowpen daisy, golden crownbeard, golden crown beard, butter daisy, Verbesina encelioides, Ximenesia encelioides} coarse greyish-green annual yellow-flowered herb; southwestern United States to Mexico

{n: crape jasmine, crepe jasmine, crepe gardenia, pinwheel flower, East Indian rosebay, Adam's apple, Nero's crown, coffee rose, Tabernaemontana divaricate} tropical shrub having glossy foliage and fragrant nocturnal flowers with crimped or wavy corollas; northern India to Thailand

{n: cross, crown of thorns} any affliction that causes great suffering
"that is his cross to bear"
"he bears his afflictions like a crown of thorns"

{n: crown daisy, Chrysanthemum coronarium} shrubby annual of the Mediterranean region with yellowish-white flowers

{n: crown fire} a forest fire that advances with great speed jumping from crown to crown ahead of the ground fire

{n: crown gall} a bacterial disease of plants (especially pome and stone fruits and grapes and roses) which forms excrescences on the stem near the ground

{n: crown glass} a glass blown into a globe which is later flattened and spun to form a disk

{n: crown imperial, Fritillaria imperialis} Eurasian herb with a cluster of leaves and orange-red bell-shaped flowers at the top of the stem

{n: crown jewels} regalia (jewellery and other paraphernalia) worn by a sovereign on state occasions

{n: crown jewel} a precious stone that is an valuable part of a sovereign's regalia

{n: crown jewel} the most desirable assets of a corporation
"their crown jewels figured prominently in the takeover attempt"

{n: crown lens} a lens made of optical crown glass

{n: crown of thorns, Christ thorn, Christ plant, Euphorbia milii} somewhat climbing bushy spurge of Madagascar having long woody spiny stems with few leaves and flowers with scarlet bracts

{n: crown of thorns} a mock crown made of thorn branches that Roman soldiers placed on Jesus before the Crucifixion

{n: crown princess} a female heir apparent to a throne

{n: crown princess} the wife of a crown prince

{n: crown prince} a male heir apparent to a throne

{n: crown saw} a saw having teeth around the edge of a hollow cylinder

{n: crown wart} a fungous disease of alfalfa which forms white excrescences at the base of the stem

{n: crown, capitulum, treetop} the upper branches and leaves of a tree

{n: crown, crest} the center of a cambered road

{n: crown, diadem} an ornamental jewelled headdress signifying sovereignty

{n: crownbeard, crown-beard, crown beard} any plant of the genus Verbesina having clustered white or yellow flower heads

{n: crownwork, cap} dental appliance consisting of an artificial crown for a tooth

{n: crown} a wreath or garland worn on the head to signify victory

{n: crown} an English coin worth 5 shillings

{n: crown} the part of a hat (the vertex) that covers the crown of the head

{n: crown} the part of a tooth above the gum that is covered with enamel

{n: cycad} any tropical gymnosperm of the order Cycadales; having unbranched stems with a crown of fernlike leaves

{n: daffodil, Narcissus pseudonarcissus} any of numerous varieties of Narcissus plants having showy often yellow flowers with a trumpet-shaped central crown

{n: dioon} any cycad of the genus Dioon; handsome palmlike cycads with robust crowns of leaves and rugged trunks

{n: dress hat, high hat, opera hat, silk hat, stovepipe, top hat, topper, beaver} a man's hat with a tall crown; usually covered with silk or with beaver fur

{n: eastern red cedar, red cedar, red juniper, Juniperus virginiana} small juniper found east of Rocky Mountains having a conic crown, brown bark that peels in shreds, and small sharp needles

{n: ecce homo} a representation (a picture or sculpture) of Jesus wearing a crown of thorns

{n: ectoproct} sessile mossy aquatic animal having the anus of the polyp outside the crown of tentacles

{n: enamel, tooth enamel} hard white substance covering the crown of a tooth

{n: encephalartos} any of numerous cycads of the genus Encephalartos having stout cylindrical trunks and a terminal crown of long often spiny pinnate leaves

{n: fedora, felt hat, homburg, Stetson, trilby} a hat made of felt with a creased crown

{n: fez, tarboosh} a felt cap (usually red) for a man; shaped like a flat-topped cone with a tassel that hangs from the crown

{n: finishing touch, capstone, copestone} a final touch; a crowning achievement; a culmination

{n: gold-crowned kinglet, Regulus satrata} American golden-crested kinglet

{n: goldcrest, golden-crested kinglet, Regulus regulus} European kinglet with a black-bordered yellow crown patch

{n: grass tree, Australian grass tree} any of several Australian evergreen perennials having short thick woody stems crowned by a tuft of grasslike foliage and yielding acaroid resins

{n: gynostegium} the crown of the stamen in plants of the genus Asclepias

{n: hairy root} a phase of crown gall (especially in apples) during which there is abnormal development of fine fibrous roots

{n: half crown} an English coin worth half a crown

{n: hat, chapeau, lid} headdress that protects the head from bad weather; has shaped crown and usually a brim

{n: hatband} a band around the crown of a hat just above the brim

{n: holonym, whole name} a word that names the whole of which a given word is a part
"`hat' is a holonym for `brim' and `crown'"

{n: jacket crown, jacket} (dentistry) an artificial crown fitted over a broken or decayed tooth

{n: jupati, jupaty, jupati palm, Raffia taedigera} a tall Brazilian feather palm with a terminal crown of very large leathery pinnatisect leaves rising from long strong stems used for structural purposes

{n: kaffiyeh} an Arab headdress consisting of a square piece of cloth folded into a triangle and fastened over the crown by an agal

{n: laureate} someone honored for great achievements; figuratively someone crowned with a laurel wreath

{n: lock-up option} an option to buy the crown jewels offered to a white knight in order to forestall a hostile takeover

{n: male-patterned baldness} loss of hair on the crown of the head

{n: meronym, part name} a word that names a part of a larger whole
"`brim' and `crown' are meronyms of `hat'"

{n: mobcap} large high frilly cap with a full crown; formerly worn indoors by women

{n: molar, grinder} grinding tooth with a broad crown; located behind the premolars

{n: northern red oak, Quercus rubra, Quercus borealis} large symmetrical deciduous tree with rounded crown widely distributed in eastern North America; has large leaves with triangular spiny tipped lobes and coarse-grained wood less durable than that of white oaks

{n: optical crown, crown glass, optical crown glass} optical glass of low dispersion and low refractive index

{n: palm, palm tree} any plant of the family Palmae having an unbranched trunk crowned by large pinnate or palmate leaves

{n: parietal lobe} that part of the cerebral cortex in either hemisphere of the brain lying below the crown of the head

{n: pate, poll, crown} the top of the head

{n: peak, crown, crest, top, tip, summit} the top point of a mountain or hill
"the view from the peak was magnificent"
"they clambered to the summit of Monadnock"

{n: pennant, crown} the award given to the champion

{n: pepper tree, Kirkia wilmsii} small African deciduous tree with spreading crown having leaves clustered toward ends of branches and clusters of creamy flowers resembling lilacs

{n: porkpie, porkpie hat} man's hat with a low, flat crown and a snap brim

{n: pretension} the advancing of a claim
"his pretension to the crown"
"the town still puts forward pretensions as a famous resort"

{n: privy council} an advisory council to a ruler (especially to the British crown)

{n: quaking aspen, European quaking aspen, Populus tremula} Old World aspen with a broad much-branched crown; northwestern Europe and Siberia to North Africa

{n: rack of lamb, crown roast} a roast of the rib section of lamb

{n: redpoll, Carduelis flammea} small siskin-like finch with a red crown and a rosy breast and rump

{n: redpoll, Carduelis hornemanni} small siskin-like finch with a red crown

{n: rosette} a cluster of leaves growing in crowded circles from a common center or crown (usually at or close to the ground)

{n: ruby-crowned kinglet, ruby-crowned wren, Regulus calendula} American kinglet with a notable song and in the male a red crown patch

{n: scorched-earth policy} the target company defends itself by selling off its crown jewels

{n: shuttlecock, bird, birdie, shuttle} badminton equipment consisting of a ball of cork or rubber with a crown of feathers

{n: silver tree fern, sago fern, black tree fern, Cyathea medullaris} a showy tree fern of New Zealand and Australia having a crown of pinnated fronds with whitish undersides

{n: skullcap} rounded brimless cap fitting the crown of the head

{n: sombrero} a straw hat with a tall crown and broad brim; worn in American southwest and in Mexico

{n: southern live oak, Quercus virginiana} medium-sized evergreen native to eastern North America to the east coast of Mexico; often cultivated as shade tree for it wide-spreading crown; extremely hard tough durable wood once used in shipbuilding

{n: sovereign, crowned head, monarch} a nation's ruler or head of state usually by hereditary right

{n: stone pine, umbrella pine, European nut pine, Pinus pinea} medium-sized two-needled pine of southern Europe having a spreading crown; widely cultivated for its sweet seeds that resemble almonds

{n: sweatband} a band of fabric or leather sewn inside the crown of a hat

{n: tamarind, tamarind tree, tamarindo, Tamarindus indica} long-lived tropical evergreen tree with a spreading crown and feathery evergreen foliage and fragrant flowers yielding hard yellowish wood and long pods with edible chocolate-colored acidic pulp

{n: tendergreen, spinach mustard, Brassica perviridis, Brassica rapa perviridis} Asiatic plant cultivated for its swollen root crown and edible foliage

{n: tonsure} shaving the crown of the head by priests or members of a monastic order

{n: tonsure} the shaved crown of a monk's or priest's head

{n: toque} a tall white hat with a pouched crown; worn by chefs

{n: tree fern} any of numerous usually tropical ferns having a thick woody stem or caudex and a crown of large fronds; found especially in Australia and New Zealand; chiefly of the families Cyatheaceae and Marattiaceae but some from Polypodiaceae

{n: tree} a tall perennial woody plant having a main trunk and branches forming a distinct elevated crown; includes both gymnosperms and angiosperms

{n: triple crown} (baseball) an unofficial title won by a batter who leads the league in hitting average and runs batted in and home runs

{n: triple crown} (horse racing) a title won by a horse that can win the Kentucky Derby and the Belmont Stakes and the Preakness

{n: triple-crown season} a season of baseball during which a player wins the triple crown

{n: true laurel, bay, bay laurel, bay tree, Laurus nobilis} small Mediterranean evergreen tree with small blackish berries and glossy aromatic leaves used for flavoring in cooking; also used by ancient Greeks to crown victors

{n: wearer} a person who wears or carries or displays something as a body covering or accessory
"the wearer of the crown"

{n: white fir, Colorado fir, California white fir, Abies concolor, Abies lowiana} medium to tall fir of central to western United States having a narrow erect crown and soft wood

{n: white-crowned sparrow, Zonotrichia leucophrys} finch with black-and-white striped crown

{n: white-throated sparrow, whitethroat, Zonotrichia albicollis} common North American finch with a white patch on the throat and black-and-white striped crown

{n: yellow-crowned night heron, Nyctanassa violacea} North American night heron

{n: yellow-leaf sickle pine, Falcatifolium taxoides} a rain forest tree or shrub of New Caledonia having a conic crown and pale green sickle-shaped leaves; host species for the rare parasite yew

{v: acknowledge, recognize, recognise, know} accept (someone) to be what is claimed or accept his power and authority
"The Crown Prince was acknowledged as the true heir to the throne"
"We do not recognize your gods"

{v: crown, coronate} invest with regal power ; enthrone
"The prince was crowned in Westminster Abbey"

{v: crown, top} be the culminating event
"The speech crowned the meeting"

{v: crown} form the topmost part of
"A weather vane crowns the building"

{v: crown} put an enamel cover on
"crown my teeth"

To add a touch of elegance to the evening, I brought out the good stuff--my white Royal Crown Derby china with the fine blue-and-gold border.

Arnault hates to admit it, but he still desperately wants to make Gucci the jewel in the LVMH crown.

The ninth king of the Chakri dynasty, which ruled Thailand since 1782, Bhumipol succeeded to the throne in 1946 on the death of his brother, Ananda Mahidol, but was formally crowned only in 1950. 1946年,他的哥哥阿南塔·马希敦逝世之后,普密蓬继承了王位,但是正式的加冕仪式到 1950年才举行。

The two biggest were incorporated into the regalia of the British monarchy, with the 530-carat Star of Africa topping the royal scepter and the 317-carat Cullinan II prominent in the Imperial State Crown that Queen Elizabeth wears each year for the State Opening of Parliament.
两颗最大的钻石用在英王室的宝器上。 530克拉的非洲之星嵌在权杖顶端, 317克拉的卡利南二号镶于王冠之上。每年议会开幕式上,伊丽莎白女王都要佩带这顶王冠。

So in 1997, with the Crown Prince of Tonga's permission, Gullichsen and Lyons started Tonic Corp. and began selling Tonga domain names on a first-come, first-served basis.
因此, 1997年,经汤加王储批准后,格利克森和莱昂斯开办了汤尼克公司,开始销售汤加域名,按照先来先办的原则进行。

Webb's study illuminates the political alignments that existed in the colonies in the century prior to the American Revolution, but his view of the crown's use of the military as an instrument of colonial policy is not entirely convincing.

While it may be true that the crown attempted to curtail the power of the colonial upper classes, it is hard to imagine how the English army during the seventeenth century could have provided significant military support for such a policy.

跟踵 crown of last

冠醚固定相 crown ether stationary phase

Bulbs, tubers, tuberous roots, corms, crowns and rhizomes, dormant, in growth or in flower; c

Bulbs, tubers, tuberous roots, cormms, crowns an rhizomes

Stoppers, caps and lids ( including crown corks, screw caps and pouring stoppers ), capsules

Corks, crown, of base metal

Crown vetch seeds or seedlings

Crown blocks

Crowns or crown forms

Crown or bridge removers

Crown or bridge plastics


Celebration crowns

crown gear 冠轮

Crown, tooth 齿冠

crown gall 冠瘿

crown gall nodule 冠瘿瘤

crown 冠面,顶侧饰面,上面

crown 王冠

Crown of the Andes 安第斯王冠

Crown of the Moon Diamond 月冠钻石

crown rose 冠式玫瑰花型 同roses couronnes

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