mollusk / ˈmɒl əsk /


mollusk 的定义

n. 名词 noun
  1. any invertebrate of the phylum Mollusca, typically having a calcareous shell of one, two, or more pieces that wholly or partly enclose the soft, unsegmented body, including the chitons, snails, bivalves, squids, and octopuses.

mollusk 近义词

n. 名词 noun



  1. All the different types of fish I got to know extremely well, otters, even some of the mollusks.
  2. Most importantly, mollusks are nature’s water filters, able to clean up big messes.
  3. It's at a time like this that Germans yearn most for Paul the Octopus, the great mollusk soothsayer for Germany.
  4. You could be a generalist—a poet/mollusk scientist/seafarer/surgeon.
  5. At low tide we saw a large mollusk-shell traveling toward the shore, and wondered why such unaccustomed speed in its movements.
  6. The mollusk of Canada Pliocene clay has undergone no change since its first appearance upon our globe.
  7. The Chiton ruber, a jointed mollusk, was also found here, and five species of sea-anemones were counted.
  8. He desired the shell of the mollusk that burrowed in the cleft of the cliff.
  9. He had lain there in the sand for some time, as motionless as a mollusk at low water.