[英 [hɜ:d] 美 [hɜ:rd] ]
过去式：herded; 过去分词：herded; 现在分词：herding; 复数形式：herds;herd 基本解释
名词牧群; 兽群; 放牧人; 群众，民众
及物动词放牧; （使）向…移动; 使成群
1. Dogs are often trained to herd sheep.
2. They herded into the corner.
3. He herded his cattle into the yard.
1. The sheep herded for warmth.
1. We saw a herd of elephants yesterday.
1. 群：牠们的群(herd)都是有一定疆土的. 群群之间,划疆而居,互不侵犯,偶有疆界之争,各群为着保疆卫土,发生内战,往往也杀得尸骸满山,惨不忍睹的. 人类原是群居动物之一种,初民的部落也都是各有其划定疆土的. 他们之间所发生的部落战争(tribal war),
2. 牛的统称：cow 雌牛 | herd 牛的统称 | water buffalo 水牛
3. 猪的统称：piglet, shoat 年幼的猪 | herd 猪的统称 | dog 狗
4. 兽群：community 动物的群落或人的部落 | herd 兽群 | bunch (花等)束,捧
5. herd：historical event reconstruction debriefing; 重建历经事件讨论herd 双语例句
1. He explains: Investors overemphasise recent experience when making decisions; people hate to lose more than they love to win; investors become more predictable as markets become more volatile; and when they are emotional, investors tend to be herd-like in behaviour.
2. Animals closest to the wolf at the back end of the herd looked like a blanket unraveling and tattering, which, from the wolf's perspective, must have been extremely confusing.
3. Hokum, I did not capture them but they came of their own along with my herd of cow and goat.
4. And there was a good way off from them an herd of many swine feeding.
5. But I also understand that sometimes you have to cull the weak from the herd.
6. The persistence of TGE infection in a herd has been mentioned by several authors.
7. The results of this study provide direct evidence of persistent PRRSV infection and explain field observations of long-term herd infection and transmission via purchase of clinically normal, but PRRSV infected, animals. Effective prevention and control strategies will need to be developed in the context of these results.
8. Young carrier females that are stressed shed virus thus maintaining infection throughout the herd.
9. However they could not hold on. A catalogue of injuries and the sale of free-scoring striker David Herd did not help.
10. For example, dogs guard property, herd cattle and sheep, and lead the blind.
11. The cowman who cleans his range of wolves does not realize that he is taking over the wolf's job of trimming the herd to fit the range.
12. There were nearly a hundred milchers under Crick's management, all told; and of the herd the master-dairyman milked six or eight with his own hands, unless away from home.
13. They came down the cement walk like a ship passing through a narrow channel, all-powerful and altogether above the common herd.
14. But only fools follow along with the herd, letting an impersonal entity dictate to you.
15. He has hitherto been the child of pleasure, and made one among the rich herd of idles and tyrants who disgrace the name of man.
16. Mutual funds act like a herd of cows buying and selling the same stocks at the same time.
17. There was a plantation-type mansion, huge grounds girdled by a rich black-dirt bridle path, stables and pasture for a herd of horses.
18. Dogie is another name for a young cow, especially one which wanders away from the herd.
19. Whatever you do, whether you bet with the herd or against, think it through independently first.
20. For the past two years we come to the outskirts of Turin with the herd from the end of March to the start of June.
A herd is a large group of animals of one kind that live together.
e.g. ...large herds of elephant and buffalo.
e.g. ...dairy herds.
If you say that someone has joined the herd or follows the herd, you are criticizing them because you think that they behave just like everyone else and do not think for themselves.
e.g. They are individuals; they will not follow the herd.
If you herd people somewhere, you make them move there in a group.
e.g. He began to herd the prisoners out...
e.g. The group was herded into a bus.
If you herd animals, you make them move along as a group.
e.g. Stefano used a motor cycle to herd the sheep...
e.g. A boy herded half a dozen camels down towards the water trough.
1. The video captured the battle between a herd of water buffaloes, a pride of lions and a crocodile over a young calf.
2. The park's African herd has produced six calves since it arrived from Swaziland in 2003.
3. Usually Li and her neighbors herd their cattle to a nearby milking station, where tankers collect the fresh milk and carry it to the plants.
4. Foot and mouth disease has spread to a second herd of cattle in southern Britain, as experts narrow down the possible source and step up efforts at containment.
5. Even with misters and fans to keep cattle cool, experts estimate as much as 2 percent of the state's dairy herd may die.
6. Those that refused at the start - and one border collie that insisted on trying to herd other dogs - were removed.
7. The fruit cascaded out the cooler's door and the herd began devouring them with noisy gusto.
8. He therefore disguised himself in a deerskin and sneaked into a herd of deer in the mountains to obtain deer's milk.
9. Chris Herd gave Villa the lead at Anfield before Suarez headed in an equalizer in the closing stages.
10. To control it so that it could lead the herd to where they wanted, the traders kept feeding it bananas laced with drugs.herd 英英释义
1. a group of cattle or sheep or other domestic mammals all of the same kind that are herded by humans
2. a group of wild mammals of one species that remain together: antelope or elephants or seals or whales or zebra
3. a crowd especially of ordinary or undistinguished persons or things
e.g. his brilliance raised him above the ruck
the children resembled a fairy herd
1. move together, like a herd
2. cause to herd, drive, or crowd together
e.g. We herded the children into a spare classroom
3. keep, move, or drive animals
e.g. Who will be herding the cattle when the cowboy dies?