名词:burrower 动词过去式:burrowed 过去分词:burrowed 现在分词:burrowing 第三人称单数:burrows
n hole made in the ground and used as a home or shelter by rabbits, foxes, etc （兔、狐等掘的）地洞.
1 (a) [Tn] make (sth) by digging 挖掘成（洞穴等）
*Rabbits had burrowed holes in the grassy bank. 兔子在河岸的草地上掘了些洞.
(b) [I] dig a hole; tunnel 挖洞; 挖掘地道.
2 (phr v) burrow (one's way) into, through, under, etc move in the specified direction by or as if by digging 借挖掘或似挖掘的动作朝某方向移动
*The fox burrowed (its way) under the fence to reach the chickens. 那狐狸在围栏下面掘（一条 路）到鸡窝处.
* The prisoners escaped by burrowing under the wall. 囚犯们在墙下掘地道逃走了.
* The child burrowed under the bedclothes. 那孩子在被窝里钻来钻去.
* (fig 比喻) We had to burrow through a mass of files to find the documents we wanted 我们要在案卷堆里翻来翻去以寻找我们所要的文件.