lion英 [ˈlaɪən] 美 [ˈlaɪən]
名词 狮子; 名人; [天文学、占星术]狮子(星)座; 勇士，名流
1. large gregarious predatory feline of Africa and India having a tawny coat with a shaggy mane in the male
Synonym: king of beastsPanthera leo
2. a celebrity who is lionized (much sought after)
Synonym: social lion
1. Lion and dragon dances as well as yangko folk dance brought about much bustle and excitement.
2. China's wholesale oil sector has long been dominated by Sinopec and PetroChina, which produce and sell the lion's share of oil products in the nation.
3. The lion drags the crane back towards its cage as the park staff arrives for a rescue of the crane.
4. Jiangsu also has the lion's share of foreign capital investment and directly responds to the turmoil in the international market.
5. It used the loan to produce The Lion King, reducing its capital pressure to introduce other productions to the Shanghai market.
6. The grateful local people cast an iron statue of the lion to worship.
7. Cangzhou Iron Lion is the largest iron cast cultural relic in existence in China.
A：Have any plans for the weekend, Tom?
B：Yeah, I’m going for a hike in the southern Rocky Mountains.
A：Oh, do you go hiking often?
B：I go as much as I can. I love hiking because you can really get in touch with nature.
A：It would be nice to get out of the city. Do you want some company?
B：Sure. But, it will be a long hike, 30 miles in three days. Have you been hiking before?
A：Yeah, I go a lot too. I saw a bear and a mountain lion on my last hike.
B：Wow! You must have been pretty far away from the city.
A：Yeah, my friend and I hiked in a very wild part of the national forest.
B：Well, bring him along too. We’ll have a great time this weekend.
A：Thanks, I’ll ask him.