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- cub (n.)
- 1520s, cubbe "young fox," of unknown origin; perhaps from Old Irish cuib "whelp," or from Old Norse kobbi "seal." Extended to the young of bears, lions, etc., after 1590s. The native word was whelp. Cub Scout is from 1922.
- 1. He had been a cub reporter for the Kansas City Star.
- 2. One morning when a vixen was taking her babies out of the lair, she saw a lioness and her cub.
- 一天清早,雌狐狸带着她的孩子走出巢穴, 看见了母狮子和她的孩子.
- 3. The lip of that confounded cub, the second mate, quivered visibly.
- 二副, 那个惊慌失措的小伙子的嘴唇明显地哆嗦起来了.
- 4. A Piper Cub was chartered to fly.
- 5. A cub is a small bear.
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