- to carry on one's back
- n.进位,射程,运载 vt.携带,运送,支持,支撑,传送,意味 vi.被携带,能达到
- pron.一个人,任何人,一方 num.一,一个 adj.一方的,某一,同样的
- adj.后面的,在后面,早过去的,前(欠)的钱 adv.向后地 n.背部,后面 v.后退,支持
- British breed of large heavy draft horse.
- One army corps lost two thirds of its transport animals.
- Used in the andes as a beast of burden and source of wool; considered a domesticated variety of the guanaco.
- Domesticated ox having a humped back and long horns and a large dewlap; used chiefly as a draft animal in india and east asia.
- It is illegal to bring your horse or pack mule above the ground floor of any building.
- The act of transporting piggyback.
- That l'm your workhorse?
- The fault of the ass must not be laid upon the packsaddle.
- A horse kept at an inn or post house for use by mail carriers or for rent to travelers.
- Foods may be concentrated to provide increased shelf-life and" or increased value.
- He took up a sack of grain and with ease pitched it over a packsaddle.
- And they sat down to eat bread: and they lifted up their eyes and looked and behold a company of ishmeelites came from gilead with their camels bearing spicery and balm and myrrh going to carry it down to egypt.
- One of a pair of baskets carried on the shoulders of a person or on either side of a pack animal.
- An ox carried two water kegs strapped across his back.
- In north tibet's pasture areas the scene of streams of motor vehicles riding on highways that radiate into all directions has replaced that of caravans of yaks loaded with grain to trade for salt.