- adj. 椭圆形的；长方形的
- n. 椭圆形；长方形
- oblong (adj.)
- early 15c., from Latin oblongus "more long than broad," originally "somewhat long," from ob "to, toward," here perhaps intensive (see ob-) + longus "long" (see long (adj.)). As a noun from c. 1600.
- 1. The only bathroom was a tiny oblong.
- 2. When held to the light the small oblong leaves are seen to possess tiny perforations.
- 3. They bore the oblong hardwood box into the kitchen and put it on the table.
- 4. An oblong slip of newspaper had appeared between O'Brien's fingers.
- 奥勃良 手指中间夹着一张剪报.
- 5. It was an oblong wire cage with a handle on top for carrying it by.
[ oblong 造句 ]