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Arctic

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Arct
ic…的
北的→北极的

['ɑrktɪk]


【释义】

基本释义 adj. 北极的

常考释义 n.北极;北极地区

n. 北极;北极地区

【语块】

arctic circle

【TPO例句】

1. Ok, so, today we’re going to talk about the Arctic, ozone depletion and snowflakes. (TPO52-L3)

好的,所以呢,今天我们要讲讲北极圈,臭氧损耗和雪花。

2. Like the polar bear living in the Arctic on the ice sheet. (TPO36-L4)

例如北极熊生活在北极,在冰面上。

3. So the question I want to look at today concerns the use of ceramic cooking vessels, clay pots, in the Arctic during ancient times. (TPO45-L4)

所以,今天讨论的问题涉及古代北极的陶瓷烹饪容器和陶罐的使用。

4. And in the Arctic, ceramic cooking pots didn't appear there until some 2,500 years ago.(TPO45-L4)

而在北极,陶瓷烹饪锅2500年前才出现。

5. In fact, what's been something of a mystery is why they were used at all, in the Arctic, I mean. Ken?(TPO45-L4)

事实上,我想问的是,为什么它们会在北极被使用呢。Ken?

6. So in regions of the Arctic where wood was scarce, and where the houses could not withstand large fires and did not have good ventilation, we do find advantages associated with ceramic pots.(TPO45-L4)

因此,在木材稀缺的北极地区,以及房屋不能承受大火并且没有良好通风的地区,陶瓷锅的相对优势就被凸显出来。 

7. Although marine botanist W. A. Setchell suggested early on that temperature was critical to the growth and reproduction of eelgrass, it has since been shown that this particularly widespread seagrass grows and reproduces at temperatures between 2 and 4 degrees Celsius in the Arctic and at temperatures up to 28 degrees Celsius on the northeastern coast of the United States. (TPO44-P3)

尽管海洋植物学家W•A•萨契尔早期曾提出温度是海草生长和繁殖的关键,但研究已经证明,从2到4摄氏度的北极,到28摄氏度的美国东北海岸,这些广泛分布的海草都可以生长和繁殖。

8. Second, most of the precipitation in the Arctic is in the form of snow. (TPO9-L2)

其次,北极的降水大多是以下雪的形式出现的。

9. Once is established, shrub land thrives, particularly in the Arctic, because Arctic shrubs are good at taking advantage of increased nutrients in the soil, better than other Arctic plants.(TPO9-L2)

一旦扎根土壤,灌木林地就会生长茂盛,特别是在北极地区,因为北极地区的灌木丛比其他植物更善于利用土壤中的营养成分。 

10. Searching for the Northwest Passage from the Atlantic to the Pacific in 1818, Sir John Ross had lowered his "deep-sea clam"—a sort of bivalved sediment scoop-into the water of Baffin Bay ( an inlet between the Atlantic and Arctic oceans), which the determined to be more than a thousand fathoms deep in some places.(TPO36-P2)

John Ross爵士在1818年探索从大西洋到太平洋的西北航道中,把他的测量工具deep-sea clam——一种双壳沉淀的勺子——深入到巴芬湾(大西洋和北冰洋的入口)里,深度超过了一千英寻。

11. The presence of mammal species that require grassland vegetation has led Arctic biologist Dale Guthrie to argue that while cold and dry, there must have been broad areas of dense vegetation to support herds of mammoth, horse, and bison. (TPO45-P1)

哺乳动物的存在需要草地植被,这使得北极生物学家戴尔•古思莱认为虽然白令陆桥地区寒冷干燥,但是应该有大面积的茂密植被来养活庞大的猛犸群、马群和野牛群。

12. Yes. So the question is, given all these clear disadvantages, why would Arctic people choose to make and use ceramic cooking vessels? Sue?(TPO45-L4)

是的。因此问题是,鉴于所有这些明显的弊端,北极人为什么选择制造和使用陶瓷烹饪容器?Sue?

13. But the ancient Arctic people ate a diet that consisted almost entirely of raw or only minimally cooked meat and fish or shellfish.(TPO45-L4)

但古老的北极人们的饮食几乎完全由生肉或只有微量烹制的肉类和鱼类或贝类组成。

14. Although the diet of ancient Arctic people mainly consisted of raw and minimally cooked food, it was carefully prepared.(TPO45-L4)

虽然古北极人的饮食主要由生和最低限度烹饪的食物组成,但它是精心准备的。

15. They’re found all over the northeastern United States and all through Canada and Alaska, even inside the Arctic Circle. (TPO18-L4)

从美国北部一直到加拿大和阿拉斯加甚至到北极圈,你们都能够看到它的身影。

16. Now since the temperatures have been increasing in Arctic Alaska, the growth of shrubs has increased. (TPO9-L2)

那么由于北极阿拉斯加气温逐渐上涨,灌木丛也随之生长。

17. So since we're on the topic of global climate change and its effects, in Alaska, in the northern Arctic part of Alaska, over the last ... oh... thirty years or so, temperatures have increased about half a degree Celsius per decade, and scientists have noticed that there’s been a change in surface vegetation during this time. (TPO9-L2)

那么我们一直在讨论的话题是关于全球气候变化及其影响,在阿拉斯加,其北部考进北极的地方,在过去大概三十年间,气温以大概每十年一摄氏度的水平上涨。而科学家们已经注意到气温上涨时植被表面也发生了变化。

adj. 北极的;极寒的

【TPO例句】

1. Okay, so that's how the arctic ground squirrel's able to cope in this extreme environment.(TPO49-L3)

好吧,这就是北极地松鼠如何能够应对这种极端环境的原因。

2. Yeah. What happens is that the cold arctic air blows across the lake from the north in winter. (TPO24-C2)

是的。冬天北极地区的冷空气会从北边吹来。