a small group of musicians who play popular music together, often with a singer or singers
a group of people formed for some common purpose and often with a leader
a thin flat strip or circle of any material that is put around things, for example to hold them together or to strengthen them
a strip of colour or material on sth that is different from what is around it
a flat narrow often endless piece of material forming part of an article of clothing
a range of numbers, ages, prices, etc. within which people or things are counted or measured
tie with a band
unite in a group
"the smart set goes there"
"they were an angry lot"
"chromosomes exhibit characteristic bands"
"the black and yellow banding of bees and wasps"
"she had rings on every finger"
"he noted that she wore a wedding band"
"band the geese to observe their migratory patterns"
The rather ponderous wedding ring..had just below it a narrow, worn, gold band.
出自： H. Allen
The 'black bands' who still Ravage the frontier.
Mr. Mybug and Rennet joined the band of watchers.
出自： S. Gibbons
The enemy in the south consisted of little more than a band of guerrillas.
出自： F. Fitzgerald
What multitudes Were banded to oppose his high Decree.
We have banded together in brotherhood so as to do something about it.
出自： R. Ellison
People banding themselves together in order to work for a better world.
出自： I. Colegate
我们必须联合反对我们的共同敌人。 band oneself against sb
They banded themselves closely against the invaders.
这些国家结为联盟。 band sb into sth
They banded themselves into an association.
His enemies were banding together, and combining their efforts.
They banded together closely by ties of common interests.
他们为了共同的利益而联合在一起。 band together against/for sb/sth
The students banded together against the robbers.
The liberals banded together against the new legislation.
The troops banded together for the attack.
The cattle banded together for protection from the wind.
牲畜聚在一起抵御狂风。 band together to-v
We must band together to fight the common enemy.
The children band together to buy a present for their teacher.
They banded together to protest.
Everywhere, small groups of women banded together to talk about liberation.
Local people banded together to fight the drug dealers.
The two parties banked together to form an alliance.
The workers banded together to stop the sale of the company.
She banded the birthday gift with a silk strip.
She banded her hat with a silk strip.
The white plate is banded with a blue line round the edge.
白盘子加了一圈蓝边。 band with sb
They banded with people to form a political party.