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山羊毛
Simplified 山羊毛
Traditional 山羊毛
Pin Yin
shan1 yang2 mao2
English
  • goats hair
Examples:
1. 山羊的价值在于人们需要它的毛皮和奶。开士米种和安哥拉种属于生产山羊毛的羊种,安哥拉种在商业上具有更重要的价值。
"Goats are valued either for their fleeces or their milk. In the first class are the Cashmere and the angoro, of which the latter, is by far the more important commercially. "
2. 阿拉伯长袍: 通常由阿拉伯人穿的由驼毛或山羊毛织物织成的宽大无袖的长袍。
"aba: a loose-fitting sleeveless garment made of this fabric, traditionally worn by arabs."
3. 蓝色,紫色,朱红色线,细麻,山羊毛
"and blue and purple and red and the best linen and goats' hair,"
4. 也要因一切的衣服,皮物,山羊毛织的物,和各样的木器,洁净自己。
"and every bit of clothing, and anything made of leather or goats' hair or wood, you are to make clean."
5. 你要用山羊毛织十一幅幔子,作为帐幕以上的罩棚。
"and you are to make curtains of goats' hair for a tent over the House, eleven curtains."
6. 驼毛织物,山羊毛织物驼毛或山羊毛织物
A fabric woven of the hair of camels or goats.
7. 驼毛织物: 山羊毛织物驼毛或山羊毛织物
Aba: a fabric woven of the hair of camels or goats.
8. 他用山羊毛织十一幅幔子,作为帐幕以上的罩棚。
And they made curtains of goats' hair for the tent; eleven curtains were made.
9. 同其余的野蛮人比较,他们不仅有数量多得多的牛乳、乳制品和肉类,而且有兽皮、绵羊毛、山羊毛和随着原料增多而日益增加的纺织物。
They possessed the advantage over them of having not only milk, milk products and greater supplies of meat, but also skins, wool, goat-hair, and spun and woven fabrics, which became more common as the amount of raw material increased.