gatherer的的用法,gatherer怎么读美 ['ɡæθərər] 英 ['ɡæθərə(r)]
a person who collects sth
prehistoric hunters and gatherers
someone who looks for and finds something
That worked fine for a hunter-gatherer trying to avoid being devoured by a bear like his father was.
He was curious to see if it was possible to live as a 21st century hunter-gatherer.
The only thing this hunter-gatherer technique had going for it was that it worked, and worked pretty reliably in that context.
Calorie intake of rural labourers in England seems to have been somewhat less than it is in primitive hunter-gatherer societies today.
We're fairly well adapted for life in a hunter-gatherer society, but evolution has not caught up to the way we live now.
Pearl, whose activity of spirit never flagged, had been at no loss for amusement while her mother talked with the old gatherer of herbs.
Unlike their hunter-gatherer ancestors, they seemed to sit around drinking all day.
This response, I now think, was a throwback to an earlier age of the hunter-gatherer.
He said that socialism in all its forms cannot accommodate any economic development beyond the hunter-gatherer stage.
Original paragraph: But there is strong evidence that in hunter-gatherer societies women's subordination to men did not exist.