マント, 外套覆う, 被う, 蔽う, 掩う
Noun(1) the cloak as a symbol of authority(2) United States baseball player (1931-1997(3) the layer of the earth between the crust and the core(4) anything that covers(5) (zoology(6) shelf that projects from wall above fireplace(7) hanging cloth used as a blind (especially for a window(8) a sleeveless garment like a cloak but shorter
Verb(1) spread over a surface, like a mantle(2) cover like a mantle
(1) That's the way it had been for over four hundred years, the mantle passing from father to son, the reason lost somewhere in time.(2) And of course you're handing on the mantle to your son, are you not, so you're keeping it in the family.(3) However, sediment drifts mantle the western margins, and slope fans locally encroach onto the rise of the eastern margin.(4) It had snowed for the last few days, and the woods were buried in a perfect untouched mantle of thick fresh snow.(5) It remains to be seen after May's parish council elections who will be willing take on the mantle of chairman and continue with the next stage of the transformation.(6) Because it is less dense than the surrounding mantle , the magma rises toward the surface.(7) The historic achievement that they are chasing is the mantle of being the first ever Waterford club to be crowned as Munster Club football champions.(8) Within a superb trio of opening tracks, he takes on the mantle of Stevie Wonder, Michael Jackson and 1999-era Prince.(9) many gulls are all white except for dark grey mantle and wings(10) She came to the conclusion that Bridget and Sibyl Nevile were just children and pulled her mantle over her wet shoulders in a pout.(11) mantle rock(12) the second son has now assumed his father's mantle(13) A bundle of giant nerve fibres tied to the mantle give them very rapid reflexes.(14) That will be a slower process: whoever picks up the mantle of Chinese leadership, he will not be a democrat, nor one reconciled to US domination.(15) Yellow wings, closed at his back in a mantle that stretched from shoulder to ankle, opened.(16) magmas erupted at mid-ocean ridges are derived from the upper mantle
(1) heating mantle :: 加熱マントル
1. cloak ::
2. covering ::
3. role ::
4. pallium ::
5. curtain ::
6. mantlepiece ::
7. cape ::
8. blanket ::
9. cover ::
Different Formsmantle, mantled, mantles, mantling
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