傘, 雨傘, 蝙蝠傘覆う, 被う, 蔽う, 掩う
Noun(1) a lightweight handheld collapsible canopy(2) a formation of military planes maintained over ground operations or targets(3) having the function of uniting a group of similar things
Adjective(1) covering or applying simultaneously to a number of similar items or elements or groups
(1) But the new plan goes much further, placing controversial American military hardware on UK soil while including Britain in its protective umbrella .(2) A missile defence umbrella could cost billions.(3) That is why they have forces in South Korea and have provided a defence umbrella for Japan so it would not re-arm.(4) Federal law extends the protective umbrella of marriage to life and death benefits that go far beyond the estate protections provided by these three states.(5) Also due to the meagre treatment and rehabilitation facilities, the family must act as an umbrella to protect, nurture and sustain its members.(6) The ubiquitous water feature is well represented - ideas include a water umbrella , an octopus garden and a clock that drips instead of ticks.(7) Germany aims to place its 16 police forces under one umbrella .(8) golf umbrella(9) In 1998, the Awards Program was reorganized under the umbrella of The Benjamin Franklin Medals.(10) Mikhail hadn't made a move to open the umbrella until now.(11) cocktail umbrella(12) He thinks that the Bald Eagle Protection Act of 1940 will still provide an umbrella for the birds if they are removed from the endangered species list.(13) But the deal sees the snuggling up of the two airlines under the one umbrella so as to protect the many bilaterals the two countries have with other countries around the world.(14) Autism is an umbrella term covering a wide variety of disorders that cause a huge range of different symptoms in different people.(15) The cafÔö£┬« is run under the umbrella of United Response, the same organisation that brings a remarkable carol service to York Minster each December.(16) I stayed in the sun for twenty minutes on each side before moved under the umbrella to put on my sunscreen, hat and sunglasses.
(1) beach umbrella :: ビーチパラソル
1. parasol ::
2. sunshade ::
Different Formsumbrella, umbrellas
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