- n.预兆,征兆 vt.预示,有...的前兆
- The crow is a bird of ill omen.
- One of a group of ancient Roman religious officials who foretold events by observing and interpreting signs and omens.
- An omen or foreboding, especially of evil.
- 预告，为 ... 的?/em>髡自な咀胖卮笫虑榛蛟帜研允虑榧唇⑸脑ふ祝辉じ?
- An indication of something important or calamitous about to occur; an omen.
- It's an omen of victory
- Some magpies was singing in the tree when I left home for the first time, a good omen in Chinese culture.
- Even today some view the black cat as an omen of misfortune. Even the english language is stacked against the moggy. Spiteful people are dubbed as being "catty". A raucous cry is a "caterwaul". At work a greedy lazy boss is a "fat cat".
- Bowel or omentum may herniate alongside the drain.
- Douglas told us that he had witnessed another motorway crash; he seems to be a bird of ill omen.
- A gallbladder catheter was joined to the gm which was implanted in the omental bursa.
- Krsna I am unable to keep composed my mind is unsteady and I see dire indications of inauspicious omens.
- The ulcer has perforated into the lesser omental bursa.
- A ba-qua symbol should be hung on the back of the car to expel the bad omens.
- The nobleman took it as a bad omen.
- You and omen were lovers?