トランク, 幹, 胴, 胴体
Noun(1) the main stem of a tree; usually covered with bark; the bole is usually the part that is commercially useful for lumber(2) luggage consisting of a large strong case used when traveling or for storage(3) the body excluding the head and neck and limbs(4) compartment in an automobile that carries luggage or shopping or tools(5) a long flexible snout as of an elephant
(1) Kim sighed and opened the car door, not bothering to unpack the luggage from the trunk .(2) Dry skin occurs most commonly on the arms and legs, but can also affect the trunk of the body.(3) The nest is typically located in dense foliage on a horizontal branch near the trunk of a tree, or in a vertical fork.(4) The second stage ensues one to four days later with an erythematous maculopapular rash on the trunk and limbs, which may spread to involve large areas.(5) She looked through the trunk of clothes kept at the hotel.(6) These tiny documents were purchased by a flea market trader in a trunk stored in the attic of a prominent Savannah family during the dispersal of an estate.(7) The first man felt the trunk of the elephant, the second the leg, the third the ear.(8) The main trunk of the stapedial artery atrophies and its origin from the internal carotid disappears.(9) Approximately 80% occur on the head and neck, with the rest mainly on the trunk and lower limbs, particularly in women.(10) So, I went next door to help her get out of her evening gown and fold some of her day things and store them in her trunk .(11) They are unlike chickenpox, which develops first on the trunk of the body and is seen in various stages of development.(12) Eli put Fiona's entire luggage in the trunk and instructed her to get in the car.(13) Over the last 25 years work has been carried out on upgrading and refurbishing the old drainage system and providing new trunk sewers.(14) She was glad she kept an extra change of clothes in her trunk .(15) They are most often found on the trunk of the body and on the arms and legs.(16) I yelled as I opened the door and saw Annette, who was throwing clothes into her trunk .
(1) tree trunk :: 木の幹
1. main stem ::
2. luggage compartment ::
3. torso ::
4. proboscis ::
5. chest ::
6. bole ::
7. body ::
Different Formstrunk, trunking, trunks
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