考え込む, ふさぎ込む, 塞ぎ込む, 孵す
Noun(1) the young of an animal cared for at one time
Verb(1) think moodily or anxiously about something(2) hang over, as of something threatening, dark, or menacing(3) be in a huff and display one's displeasure(4) be in a huff; be silent or sullen(5) sit on (eggs
(1) After the grandmother and her brood got off, a little fellow was dropped at a house.(2) We ne'er shall look upon her like again, unless we can prevail upon some Bedouin Chief to present us with a brood mare, and then the racing world shall see what a breed we shall introduce into this country.(3) In six instances females started with a second clutch only about 1 week after chicks from the first brood had left the nest.(4) Crinoids are gonochoric and brood their young until the embryo develops into a doliolarian larva or a fully formed juvenile crinoid.(5) We recorded the transport of brood , workers, and the queen to the new nest on videotape.(6) He incubates the eggs for around 23 days and tends the brood after they hatch.(7) My notebook reminds me of the scene: a dabchick swimming across the mere with a brood of tiny young all aboard and peeping from under the parent's wings.(8) Just like humans, Greg advises owners to have their horse's teeth checked every six to eight months if they're being ridden - or every year if the hairy client is retired or a brood mare.(9) In honeybees, worker policing via egg eating enforces functional worker sterility in colonies with a queen and brood .(10) Efficient concurrent functioning of both the guard and brood stealers is necessary to complete the task of stealing brood .(11) In time, something begins to hover and brood over the wreckage.(12) She also finds homes for elderly brood dogs from farms in Florida.(13) To the rear of Kelgara House brood mares graze in the fields of the neighbouring Meadow Court Stud.(14) The male usually remains near the nest until incubation begins, and rarely stays with the brood once they hatch.(15) Like Strouf, wheat and barley are his largest sources of income, with a small herd of 60 brood cows and hay encompassing over 2,000 acres.(16) She has not been ridden in over 4 years as her previous owners used her as a brood mare.
(1) brood over :: 気に病む
1. offspring ::
2. family ::
3. incubate ::
4. worry ::
5. grizzle ::
6. pout ::
7. hover ::
8. cover ::
9. dwell ::
Different Formsbrood, brooded, brooder, brooders, broodily, brooding, broods, broody
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