• n.
  • South的反义词之:其他释义
  • down south
    (informal)to or in the south of a country (非正式)向国家的南方;在国家的南方
  • go south
    (informal, chiefly N. Amer.)fall in value, deteriorate, or fail (非正式,主 北美)贬值;恶化;失败
  • south by east (或 west)
    between south and south-south-east (or south-south-west) 南偏东(或西)
  • I spent my boyhood climbing trees on Streatham Common, South London.
  • Westfield is just seven miles west ofhere and Great Town is about five miles south.
  • Seven miles west to Westfield and five relies south to Great Town
  • "There's no way on earth that genes from an alga should work inside an animal cell," says sidney pierce from the University of South Florida.
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  • A scene in a popular South Korean music video was shot in Songdo.
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  • A South Korean city designed for the future takes on a life of its own.
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  • I went to a secondary school in South Town.
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  • In the state of South Carolina, a convicted murderer was given the death penalty for a crime he committed while he was a minor.
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  • millions of bees have died in South Carolina during aerial insect-spraying operations that were carried out to combat the Zika virus.
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  • Nonetheless, the governor of South Carolina refused to stop the execution.
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  • On the first of January, new regulations will come into effect which eliminate an annual leave bonus for people who put off marrying until the age of 23 for women and 25 for men, the South China Morning Post reports.
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  • Park says he built South Korea a luxury vehicle, "like Mercedes or BMW".
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  • People have grown taller over the last century, with South Korean women shooting up by more than 20cm on average, and Iranian men gaining 16.5cm.
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  • Some fly very long distances, including one kind of bird that flies from the remote north of the world, all the way to the distant south.
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  • Songdo appears in the most famous music video ever to come ou of South Korea.
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  • Songdo is a stone's throw from South Korea's Incheon airport, its main international hub(枢纽).
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  • Songdo, a city built from scratch in South Korea, is one of Kasarda's prime examples.
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  • The insect-spraying over the weekend left more than 2 million bees dead on the spot in Dorchester County, South Carolina, where four travel-related cases of zika disease have been confirmed in the area.
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  • In a chaotic two days of flying, the rescue team flew 3,000 miles roundtrip from the British station Rothera to pick up the workers at the Amundsen-Scott station at the South Pole.
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  • They can lead to extreme rain in parts of North and South America, even as southern Africa experiences dry weather.
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  • with the exception of South Africa, the only light rail metro system in sub-Saharan Africa is in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.
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  • The Russian, Greek and Polish storks flew as far as South Africa, while those from Spain, Tunisia and Germany flew only as far as the Sahel.
  • South Korea, which operates state-of-the-art bases here, is increasing its fishing of krill ( ' , 磷虾), found in abundance in the Southern Ocean, while Russia recently frustrated efforts to create one of the world's largest ocean sanctuaries here.
  • South Korea opened its second Antarctic research base in 2014, describing it as a way to test robots developed by Korean researchers for use in extreme conditions.
  • Colombia said this year that it planned to join other South American nations with bases in Antarctica.
  • As some countries expand operations in Antarctica, the United States maintains three year-round stations on the continent with more than 1,000 people during the southern hemisphere's summer, including those at the Amundsen-Scott station, built in 1956 at an elevation of 9,301 feet on a plateau at the South Pole.
  • A flagship university in the South, the school graduates just 16 percent of its first-generation students, despite its overall graduation rate of 71 percent.
  • Internet rescue camps in South Korea and China try to save kids addicted to the screen.
  • They are all located in the south of France
  • Well, it's the South Theater Company.
  • What do we learn about the South Theater Company
  • What does the woman suggest they do instead of paying the South Theater Company's travel expenses?
  • As a young man, he began walking over tens of thousands of miles during his lifetime, through the south to Florida, the west to California and north to Alaska, where readers are taken a long and particularly hair-raising adventure on a large mass of floating ice
  • What about dropping you at the south gate and I'll find parking somewhere else
  • She will wait for the man at the south gate.
  • In a small laboratory at the Medical University of South Carolina, Dr. Vladimir Mironov has been working for a decade to grow meat.
  • "The yield is never going to be high," Farrant says, so these plants will be targeted not at Iowa farmers trying to squeeze more cash out of high-yield fields, but subsistence farmers who need help to survive a drought like the present one in South Africa
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  • "You've also got color, texture and shape sensors looking down at the ground to check pasture quality," says Salah Sukkarieh of the University of Sydney, who will carry out trials on several farms in central New South Wales.
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  • Also last year, Farrant and colleagues published a detailed molecular study of another candidate, Xerophyta viscosa, a tough-as-nail South African plant with lily-like flowers, and she says that a genome is on the way.
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  • As some countries expand operations in Antarctica, the United States maintains three year-round stations on the continent with more than 1,000 people during the southern hemisphere's summer, including those at the Amundsen-Scott station, built in 1956 at
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  • As the ocean warms, a body of water called the Antarctic Polar Front - an upward movement of nutrient-rich sea that supports a huge abundance of marine life - is being pushed further south. This means that king penguins, which feed on fish and krill in th
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  • Biologist Jill Farrant of the University of Cape Town in South Africa says that nature has plenty of answers for people who want to grow crops in places with unpredictable rainfall.
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  • In 1699 she sailed with her daughter nearly 5,000 miles from the Netherlands to South America to study insects in the jungles of what is now known as Suriname.
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  • In an 1801 drawing from his book, General Zoology Amphibia, George Shaw, an English botanist and zoologist, credited Merian for describing a frog in the account of her South American expedition, and named the young tree frog after her in his portrayal of
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  • In the rusty red deserts of South Africa, steep-sided rocky hills called inselbergs rear up from the plains like the bones of the earth.
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  • It has consequences: South Africa's ongoing drought—the worst in three decades—will cost at least a quarter of its com crop this year.
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  • It is believed to have originated in South America in the early 1900s, and later spread to Europe before crossing over to sub-Saharan Africa.
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  • Last week, I attended a research workshop on an island in the South Pacific.
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  • Located on the Mediterranean just two hours south of Barcelona, the Ebro Delta produces 120 million kilograms of rice a year, making it one of the continent's most important rice-growing areas.
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  • Originally from South America, the snails were accidentally introduced into the Ebro Delta by Global Aquatic Technologies, a company that raised the snails for fresh-water aquariums, but failed to prevent their escape.
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  • That's what brought Dayle Rodriguez, 28, all the way from England to the dining room of Brookdale South Bay in Torrance, California.
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  • They include the United States, Austria, Costa rica, South Africa and Germany.
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  • Noun
    1. the cardinal compass point that is at 180 degrees
  • Adjective
    1. situated in or facing or moving toward or coming from the south;
    "the south entrance"
  • Adverb
    1. in a southern direction;
    "we moved south"