英 美 ：[ˈmʌmiz]
可数名词的用法：A mummy is a dead body which was preserved long ago by being rubbed with special oils and wrapped in cloth. 木乃伊例：
...an Egyptian mummy.
家庭成员名词的用法：Some people, especially young children, call their mother mummy. (尤指儿语)妈妈; 妈咪例：
Be very good and very quiet and help your mummy.
Doctor Thompson said sixteen of the mummies had enough heart or blood vessel tissues remaining for the doctors to examine.
Doctor Ruhli says scientists could better understand mummies if they used both CT scans and terahertz imaging technology.
Doctor Ruhli presented his case for the value of mummies for medical research at a meeting of the American Association of Anatomists.
MummySeveral years ago investigators first reported finding evidence of atherosclerosis in 20 of 44 Egyptian mummies.
Tells about a dig overseen by Hawass at the Valley of the Golden Mummies.
Two museums of treasures from the Pre-Inca Paracas culture, including mummies and feathered garments, lost their outer walls.