前缀ac-同ad-. 词根cord, 心，同heart. 喻指乐器。
- accordion (n.)
- 1831, from German Akkordion, from Akkord "musical chord, concord of sounds, be in tune" (compare Italian accordare "to attune an instrument"); ultimately from same source as English accord (v.), with suffix on analogy of clarion, etc. Invented 1829 by piano-maker Cyrill Demian (1772-1847) of Vienna.
- 1. The background music was provided by an accordion player.
- 2. The accordion music in the film isn't very beautiful.
- 3. The accordion music reminds me of my boyhood.
- 4. Where some people learned to play the accordion for dances in their community, others took music lessons.
- 5. Somewhere it played ; he could hear it, an old accordion.
来自英汉文学 - 廊桥遗梦
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