リーフ, 岩礁, 暗礁, 鉱脈, 砂州, 沙州
Noun(1) a submerged ridge of rock or coral near the surface of the water(2) a rocky region in the southern Transvaal in northeastern South Africa; contains rich gold deposits and coal and manganese(3) one of several strips across a sail that can be taken in or rolled up to lessen the area of the sail that is exposed to the wind
Verb(1) lower and bring partially inboard(2) roll up (a portion of a sail(3) reduce (a sail
(1) On 21 February there were clashes between police and the strikers across the reef , from Benoni to Fordsburg.(2) In the short term, I think we're just going to have to reef in the sails and hold on tight.(3) In its pomp KGF was the wealthiest gold reef in the British Empire, with the deepest shaft at Champion Reef.(4) Tourists visit Mayan ruins, take jungle safaris, and explore a long barrier reef .(5) The reef mines sank far underground, and used expensive machinery and complex metallurgical processes to separate the gold from the waste rock.(6) After the alluvial gold had been mined, companies were formed to start reef mining.(7) reef the mainsail in strong winds(8) Instead, it really does consist of a large number of small reefs, in fact if you look at a map in the museum behind us you'd see very clearly that it's not one continuous solid reef .(9) Representatives of Baker's Bay say the project will not damage the reef .(10) The story of gold is told in a bus tour taking in the site where Harrison identified the gold reef in Langlaagte.(11) On a shallow rocky reef , two silvery sea bass accompany us during a 45-minute dive.(12) Whatever your reason, diving a tropical reef is as good as it gets.(13) Early on, the wind filled to 18 knots and the yachts were forced to reef their mainsails and change headsails under difficult conditions.(14) The Federal Government has awarded Geraldton nearly $250,000 to develop an artificial reef off the coast.(15) The wealth from those fields helped finance the exploitation of the greatest gold reef in the world, which was discovered on the Witwatersrand in 1886.(16) With some difficulty, the crew members slowly reef , or reduce, the sail.
(1) coral reef :: 珊瑚礁
1. shoal ::
2. bar ::
3. sandbar ::
4. sandbank ::
5. spit ::
6. skerry ::
Different Formsreef, reefed, reefing, reefs
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