英 [fjɔːd; 'fiːɔːrd]
来自挪威语。来自PIE*per, 向前，穿过，语源同ford, firth.
- fjord: see ford
- fjord (n.)
- 1670s, from Norwegian fiord, from Old Norse fjörðr, from North Germanic *ferthuz, from PIE *prtus, from *per- "going, passage" (see port (n.1)).
- 1. The country's main port is located at the head of fjord on Norway's southern coast.
- 2. An arm of the sea similar to a fjord.
- 3. The 20 km long shallow - bottomed fjord, Otago Harbour, is the home of an abundance of wildlife.
- 拥有20公里长的低浅峡湾的奥塔哥港, 拥有丰富的野生动植物资源.
- 4. Three days later, she was photographed by aaircraft while resting in a Norwegian fjord ( Altenfiord ).
- 三天后, 她在挪威海峡休息时被喷火式 侦察机 拍下照片.
- 5. It was then towed to a nearby fjord where the massive construction continued.
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