Wings

フレーズと例文

pointed wings   (とがった翼)

It has pointed wings and plumage that varies by season.

The plumbeous kite has long, pointed wings.

Most have small feet, of little use for walking, and long pointed wings.

short wings

They have short wings and thin down-turned bills.

Flight is fast and direct on their short wings.

long pointed wings   (長く尖った翼)

Most have small feet, of little use for walking, and long pointed wings.

They have a slender streamlined body, long pointed wings and a short bill with a wide gape.

both wings

The outer line of both wings is slightly sinuous.

Discal spots found in medial fasciae of both wings.

Ocelli of both wings partly pupilled also above.

long wings   (長い翼)

Their heads and long wings have black markings.

They have long wings, short legs and very short bills.

They have long wings, short legs, and very short bills.

wings and tail   (翼と尾)

The wings and tail were similar to those of the Albatros D.VII.

Fitted with rubber de-icing boots on the leading edge of the wings and tail.

The upper parts are dark olive and the wings and tail are black with olive fringes.

rounded wings   (丸い翼)

The column has broad, rounded wings and reddish blotches.

They tend to have short, rounded wings and to be weak fliers.

broad wings

It has very broad wings, and is mainly black.

The column is about long with broad wings and has red spots or streaks.

They have long, broad wings.

lower wings

The D.VII had ailerons on both upper and lower wings linked by hinged struts.

Both upper and lower wings were built around two duralumin spars, with wooden ribs and fabric covering.

Its foldable wings allowed storage in a garage, and the lower wings could be rotated to act as ailerons and airbrakes.

side wings

In the 19th century, a dome and two side wings were added to the church.

A jutting central section is framed by two lower side wings with arcades, which end in risalits.

There is reference to the side wings of a vessel called Plava, which give stability to the ship under storm conditions.

new wings

Building new wings for the HP-15 fuselage produced the HP-16.

Frank A. Vanderlip expanded and renovated the house in 1921 and added two new wings.

The new wings had different Wortmann sections, quarter chord forward sweep of 1.0° and dihedral 4.30°.

rear wings

The discal spots on the front and rear wings can be large, small or completely absent.

The First National Bank Building stands at ten floors in height, with rear wings of two and five stories.

At the 1968 Belgian Grand Prix, Brabham were the first, alongside Ferrari, to introduce full width rear wings to this effect.

hind wings   (後翼)

The fore wings are larger than the hind wings.

The hind wings and abdomen are orange-pink with black patches.

The hind wings are developed.

wings were added

In the 19th century, a dome and two side wings were added to the church.

Two wings were added between 1865 and 1872, at which time it became the city hall.

Over the years new wings were added to that building, with the last addition being the South Wing in 1965.

front wings   (前翼)

The upper edge of the front wings consists of almost square cells.

The new FIA Formula 3 Championship car's front wings are slightly wider and also wider-lower rear wing.

The outer cross line on the front wings consists of dark points (often connected) and is well developed.

head or wings   (頭または翼)

They are typically grey or white, often with black markings on the head or wings.

They are typically gray or white, often with black markings on the head or wings.

wings which resemble   (似た翼)

Many swifts have long swept-back wings which resemble a crescent or boomerang.

closed wings

It has a streaked buff-grey head and back, and the closed wings are grey.

These birds have a bouncing flight with alternating bouts of flapping and gliding on closed wings, and most sing well.