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  • grain
  • millet
  • [Medicine] Panicum italicum L.
Examples:
1. 猪特别喜欢芦。但当芦还没长大,或在老植株上长出新株的时候,芦作为放牧作物,对牛羊来说是危险的。
"Swine especially like sorgo. But as a grazing crop, sorgo is dangerous for cattle and sheep when the plants are young or when new growth has taken place on older plants."
2. 尺寸半
A foot of cloth and a peck of corn
3. 有一个警察骑着一匹非常光洁的色马打旁边走过去。
A mounted policeman on a perfectly groomed chestnut horse went past.
4. 她想到要独自走进那所黑洞洞的房子里去就不寒而.
She shivered at the thought of going into the dark house alone.
5. 末靺鞨主体部分在隋代已迁往辽西,后迁入幽州,未参与渤海建国,余部依附高句丽,即“末靺鞨附高丽者”,大祚荣出自这部分末靺鞨。
The majority of the Sumo (粟末) Mohe had move to the western Liaoning, latterly, moved to You Zhou (幽州). The did not participate in the building of the Bohai. And the rest of the Sumo Mohe submitted to the Gaogouli (高句丽).
6. 股栗肤
The thighs shuddering with fear and the skin growing millet like spot
7. 他们迎面碰上一个身穿色衬衣的人,正在发疯似地把子弹推进一支大左轮。
They came face to face with a man in a maroon-coloured shirt, who was feverishly pushing cartridges into a large revolver.
8. 散财发
To divide money and distribute corns
9. 马肉食,军无悬缶而不返其舍者,穷寇也﹔
When an army feeds its horses with grain and kills its cattle for food, and when the men do not hang their cooking-pots over the camp-fires, showing that they will not return to their tents, you may know that they are determined to fight to the death.