英 [ɑːtʃ'bɪʃəp; 'ɑːtʃ-]
1、arch- + bishop.
前缀arch-, 始，主要。bishop, 主教，来自拉丁词episcopus.
- archbishop (n.)
- Old English ærcebiscop, from Late Latin archiepiscopus, from Greek arkhi- "chief" (see archon) + episkopos "bishop," literally "overseer." Replaced earlier Old English heah biscop (see bishop). The spelling conformed to Latin from 12c.
- 1. He denounced the decision to invite his fellow archbishop to preach.
- 2. He thinks the Archbishop has identified himself too closely with party politics.
- 3. She bowed her head and kissed the Archbishop's ring.
- 4. The Pope has anointed him as Archbishop.
- 5. At the coronation, the archbishop put a crown on the Queen's head.
- 在加冕典礼上, 大主教把王冠戴在女王头上.
[ archbishop 造句 ]