鹌鹑 (Chinese PinYin: [ān chun]; traditional Chinese: 鵪鶉) may mean: (1) quail; (2) alternative name for druid in the game World of Warcraft; (3) coward. The term should not be confused with 鹧鸪 (partridge). Some common phrases and expressions are: 斗鹌鹑 (quail fight), 鹌鹑骨饳儿 / 鹌鹑馉饳儿 (a kind of ancient wheaten food), 鹌鹑笼 (quail cage), 鹌鹑属 (Coturnix).
1. How to pronounce 鹌鹑?
Chinese Pinyin: [ān chun]
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2. Synonyms And Antonyms of 鹌鹑
Synonyms: 害怕, 畏缩
Antonyms: 勇敢, 挺身,
3. What are the fixed expression, collocation and idioms that contains 鹌鹑
Fixed expression: 斗鹌鹑 (quail fight), 鹌鹑骨饳儿 / 鹌鹑馉饳儿 (a kind of ancient wheaten food),
Collocation: 鹌鹑笼 (quail cage),
Terminologies: 鹌鹑属 (Coturnix)
4. How to use 鹌鹑 in a sentence?
Below are some example sentences and quotes containing 鹌鹑.
4.1 有风从耶和华那里刮起, 把鹌鹑由海面刮来
Translation: Now a wind went out from the Lord and drove quail in from the sea.
Translation: In the valley below ran a hungry dog, sniffing along the ground as if in search of mice or quail.
Translation: The bowl also comes with shrimp and quail eggs.
Translation: Quails typically have short rounded wings that enable them to spring into full flight instantly when disturbed in their hiding places.
Translation: There are quails on it. – Right?
Translation: He had three quails hanging from his arm, and he had just come over the last hill before the house when he saw the men.
Translation: A wild bird, such as a duck, goose, or quail .
Translation: Of course she was overjoyed, and they invited all their friends over for a big quail feast.
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