动词过去式:fissured 过去分词:fissured 现在分词:fissuring 第三人称单数:fissures
n long deep crack in rock or in the earth （岩石中或土地中的）深长裂缝.
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: French;Origin:Latin; FISSION]
a deep crack, especially in rock or earth
1. But there was worse to come. Just ahead of us there was a huge fissure. 不过接着就更糟了。前面不远出现了一条巨大的地裂。
2. We informed him that the fissure extended for fifty yards and was two feet wide and four feet deep. 我们告诉他那个大裂缝长50码，宽2英尺，深4英尺。
3. Though we all got out to examine the fissure, he remained in the car. 我们纷纷下车察看那个大裂缝，他却呆在车上。
4. Just ahead of us there was a huge fissure. 离我们不远处，出现一个大裂缝。