- dugout (n.)
- also dug-out, "canoe," 1722, American English, from dug, past participle of dig (v.) + out (adv.). Baseball sense is first recorded 1914, from c. 1855 meaning of "rough shelter."
- 1. See him coming from the dugout to warm up.
- 2. War thundered and whined around the dugout and battered at the door.
- 3. We picked the enemy soldiers off one by one as they emerged from the dugout.
- 4. A canoe made by hollowing out a tree trunk; a dugout.
- 独木舟将树干中心挖空制成的独木舟; 独木舟.
- 5. Dugout canoes are used to tra ort fresh goods to the market.
[ dugout 造句 ]