Noun(1) a pattern forming a unity within a larger structural whole(2) line consisting of a complex of fibers or filaments that are twisted together to form a thread or a rope or a cable(3) a necklace made by stringing objects together(4) a very slender natural or synthetic fiber(5) a poetic term for a shore (as the area periodically covered and uncovered by the tides(6) a street in west central London famous for its theaters and hotels
Verb(1) leave stranded or isolated with little hope of rescue(2) drive (a vessel(3) bring to the ground
(1) A single strand of wire encircled the top of both the exclosures and the open units to allow for similar seed input from bird defecation into all the units.(2) Glass fibre cables can carry infinitely more information than copper wires and every glass strand needs a protective coating.(3) The cat is in the other room, playing with its favorite toy: a long strand of wire with a tiny knob of wood at each end.(4) He complained about insufficient car parking for visitors to the strand and the poor access facilities onto the beach for the elderly and people with disabilities.(5) Her heart felt as if it was hanging onto a single strand of thread, able to break off and shatter into pieces any moment.(6) She tugged gently on the strand of beads around her neck, tucking them cautiously under her shirt again and letting a sigh pass her lips.(7) Further down the coastline many people were out on Littor strand and other beaches, taking advantage of the sunshine.(8) I sighed with frustration as I failed to thread the strand of white cotton through the eye of the needle for the fourth time and stifled the urge to throw the needle across the room.(9) she turned to the mirror and picked up her three strand necklace of pearls.(10) a strand of cotton(11) She wears a wide beaded choker and an extra-long strand of pearls double looped around her neck.(12) The Annual Blessing of the Boats will take place on Friday, May 30, at 5 pm on the front strand at Cro-mane Lower.(13) Of the total of 39 pilot whales that came ashore, 18 died and were buried on the strand by Dingle Coast Guard and Kerry County Council.(14) From here you will have the perfect view of the lower end of the resort as well as the main beach and the back strand .(15) Another strand of pearls was clasped behind her neck.(16) a heron glided to rest on a pebbly strand
(1) leading strand :: リーディング鎖
1. thread ::
2. element ::
3. seashore ::
4. string ::
5. filament ::
6. maroon ::
7. run aground ::
Different Formsstrand, stranded, stranding, strands
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