a place where the land goes inwards and the sea or lake fill the space
one of a series of compartments in a building, a structure or an area
"they put him in the sick bay"
"he opened the bomb bay"
The hounds are at a bay.
出自：Venus Adonis , Shakespeare
The boar was not at bay any more, but charging Master Twyti.
出自： T. H. White
To rouse his wrongs and chase them to the bay.
出自：Richard II , Shakespeare
Gerald seemed always to be at bay against everybody.
出自： D. H. Lawrence
My affection hath an unknown bottom, like the Bay of Portugal.
出自：As You Like It , Shakespeare
Around the bay are sunken ruins of other seaports.
出自： N. Calder
The last two bays of the nave..are unoccupied.
出自： F. R. Wilson
A very delightful library..containing a multitude of books so retiringly housed in bays and alcoves.
出自： J. Hilton
For twenty years they have been baying at your heels in Washington.
The wind bayed at the window like starving wolves.
出自： B. Malamud