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 den [dɛn]   添加此单词到默认生词本
n. 兽穴, 洞穴

[法] 匪巢, 贼窝

  1. The lion lay asleep in its den.
  2. The police tracked the thieves to their den.
  3. The bears den up together during the winter.

denned, denning
[ noun ]
  1. the habitation of wild animals

  2. <noun.location>
  3. a hiding place; usually a remote place used by outlaws

  4. <noun.location>
  5. a unit of 8 to 10 cub scouts

  6. <noun.group>
  7. a room that is comfortable and secluded

  8. <noun.artifact>

Den \Den\ (d[e^]n), n. [AS. denn; perh. akin to G. tenne floor,
thrashing floor, and to AS. denu valley.]
1. A small cavern or hollow place in the side of a hill, or
among rocks; esp., a cave used by a wild beast for shelter
or concealment; as, a lion's den; a den of robbers.

2. A squalid place of resort; a wretched dwelling place; a
haunt; as, a den of vice. ``Those squalid dens, which are
the reproach of great capitals.'' --Addison.

3. Any snug or close retreat where one goes to be alone.

4. [AS. denu.] A narrow glen; a ravine; a dell. [Old Eng. &
Scotch] --Shak.

Den \Den\, v. i.
To live in, or as in, a den.

The sluggish salvages that den below. --G. Fletcher.

  1. There are just too many economic problems for me." East Berlin's main avenue, the broad Unter den Linden, was a surging tide of shoulder-to-shoulder celebrants who flowed from one side of downtown to the other.
  2. On Saturday, there was a frisson of expectation that the First Couple, in the lion's den, might let it all hang out. Enter their inspired coup de video.
  3. Among the busts this day, an undercover officer got past a lookout and into a drug den, the basement of an abandoned building that reeked of urine and rotting garbage in the South Bronx.
  4. In the spacious den of his plantation-style home sits a brightly colored juke box containing 100 carefully selected songs.
  5. But the zoo administrators closed the exhibit the same day because the panda was staying in his den and acting strangely.
  6. Sir, the logic of Mr Grey's gloss (Letters, April 6) on Mr van den Muyzenberg's letter (March 30) is incontestable and points up the paradox that fixed exchange rates must be variable.
  7. From the den at his ranch just northeast of Phoenix, Ariz., Thomas Barrett III chats over the phone with a caller from Japan who wants to buy a 1938 P3 Rolls-Royce.
  8. While they were examining the entrance of the den, the bear bolted out and chased the men down the mountain.
  9. Unilever is getting more involved through its subsidiaries like Lever Bros and Van den Bergh's.
  10. Mr Van den Nieuwenhuyzen, majority owner of the Begemann industrial group, was accused with two associates, Mr Leon Melchior and Mr Eric Albada Jelgersma, of selling shares to drive down HCS's share price.
  11. The telephone number was seen as an important factor in defusing the situation. The Flora experience is recounted by Robert Leiderman, whose consultancy, the L&R group, guided Van den Berghs' implementation of its telephone service in 1990.
  12. Because bears that den on land are much more likely to produce surviving cubs, the research suggests that disturbance of denning patterns in the refuge could result in population declines for the species.
  13. "Heineken will be a survivor without any doubt," says Philip van den Berg, an analyst at Goldman Sachs International in London, who notes that no other brewer has as much experience selling beer internationally.
  14. The knife was found in the den.
  15. She put herself in the lion's den.
  16. 'The US remains, also for (us in) Europe, the natural counterpart of Russia.' It is not, therefore, surprising to learn that Mr Van den Broek has been quietly urging EC support for President Clinton's Bosnian air-drop initiative.
  17. Although wary of what he says - he has been rebuked by the King for thinly-veiled calls for Flemish independence - Mr van den Brande is keen to see yet more powers devolved to the regions.
  18. On the corner of the nearby central thoroughfare, Unter den Linden, scores of onlookers gathered to watch.
  19. Among other Western allies, Dutch Foreign Minister Han van den Broek said in a radio interview that he sympathized partly because U.S. troops had been endangered recently in the Panama Canal zone.
  20. His show was something between a sci-fi TV miniseries and a trip to Dracula's den.
  21. Dutch Foreign Minister Hans van den Broek said in view of the Soviet human rights leader's stature it was only "natural that we reflected for a minute" on Sakharov's death.
  22. It led to Mr von den Driesch's confident prediction - 'There is a solution' - followed by a report from Paris that Mr Edouard Balladur, French prime minister, was due to hold a news conference at 7pm. Suddenly the talks stumbled.
  23. Todd told police he went back to the hallway, peeked around the corner into the den and was spotted by one of the intruders as they were taking the VCR.
  24. Police said Warshaw probably surprised a would-be burglar or burglars in his den on the first floor of his luxury two-story townhouse, a few hundred yards from the Long Island oceanfront, about 15 miles from Manhattan.
  25. Hundreds of eggs were injected with a lithium chloride solution, which made mongooses "barf in their den," says Mr. Keith.
  26. No wonder the British Cultural Center on Unter den Linden has Graham Greene featured in large window displays.
  27. Is the peacock about to enter the lion's den?
  28. The council delayed the move while the 6-foot animal hibernated in his concrete den in the back yard.
  29. The favoured grand hotel of the old West is the Kempinski on the Ku'damm, the street a blaze of light and life that illustrates what Unter den Linden has been spared.
  30. A 40-foot motor home careening driverless down the street crashed into the home of U.S. Rep. James Courter, narrowly missing his wife watching TV in the den, police said Wednesday.
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