oyster美 [ˈɔɪstə(r)] 英
a large flat shellfish . Some types of oyster can be eaten and others produce shiny white jewels called pearls .
Oyster beds, on the mudflats, are a form of fish farming.
[Invertebrate]a type of shellfish that has a rough shell and is eaten as food, often raw. Some types of oysters contain pearls
a small piece of dark meat found in a hollow on either side of the pelvic bone of a fowl such as a chicken or turkey
The oyster is usually ambisexual. It begins life as a male and becomes a female. It may go back and forth many times.
The writer: I've looked at the oyster, and I'd like to buy it. (to Clay) How much do you want for it?
I realize now that this world I'm living in is not my oyster to be opened but my opportunity to be grasped.
In New Jersey, the Oyster Creek nuclear plant, just a few miles from the coast, shut down as a precaution as Irene closed in.
The one economic bright spot in the town has been a small group of oyster farmers, who produce a local breed called Hirotawan.
Dow Chemical Co. also confirmed it had a two-week phenol shutdown at its plant in Oyster Creek, Texas, earlier this year.
After he obtains an oyster, he rises to the surface, clutching it "in his torn and bleeding hands. "
With a pure heart devoted to God and with the promises to your lover to be true and loving the world will be your oyster.
Most chefs cut through this and turn the oyster over but I prefer to leave this to the customer.
His aomori abalone was the most Chinese of all his dishes, very tender, almost melting with a light glaze of oyster sauce.