マウンド, 塚, 円丘
Noun(1) (baseball(2) a small natural hill(3) a collection of objects laid on top of each other(4) structure consisting of an artificial heap or bank usually of earth or stones(5) the position on a baseball team of the player who throws the ball for a batter to try to hit
Verb(1) form into a rounded elevation
(1) a sand-built ridge Of heaped hills that mound the sea(2) a mound of dirty crockery(3) We got out there in a boat and discovered that the fish were congregating in an area which had a large underwater feature, a rocky mound rising up some eight feet above an otherwise featureless lake bed.(4) The faecal casts retained their original coiled form on the sediment surface for several days but then gradually collapsed into a featureless mound on the sediment surface.(5) The batter hits a ball toward the mound that the pitcher deflects toward the second baseman.(6) It bored four holes from the top of the hill to its base to allow sensitive recording equipment to be lowered inside the mound to provide a 3D image of the hill.(7) Plus, there's a mound of leftover gravel from our deck landscaping project.(8) hills that mound the sea(9) The cops fill out a mound of paperwork and call a tow truck.(10) Connie Mack signaled his pitcher off the mound and we all looked toward the bullpen to see who was coming in.(11) The mound of dirty clothing just keeps piling up until your hamper is overflowing and a sea of denim, cotton and corduroy forms a carpet on the floor of your bedroom.(12) People came and went, and a mound of gifts was slowly piling higher in the halls of the castle.(13) The male gathers nesting material, and the female builds a shallow mound on a shoreline.(14) The diamond mound is topped by a diamond ├ö├ç├┐cross pattee├ö├ç├û with a sapphire in the center of the cross.(15) With clean hands, mound the rice into a cone shape about four inches in diameter and about five inches high.(16) To make the base sift the flour and salt into a mound on a work surface and make a well in the centre.
(1) burial mound :: 円墳
1. heap ::
2. hillock ::
3. hammock ::
4. cumulus ::
5. hill ::
6. pitcher ::
Different Formsmound, mounded, mounding, mounds
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