escalade

英 [,eskə'leɪd]
  • n. 攀登;活动人行道
  • vt. 以梯子攀登
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escalade (n.)
1590s, "action of using ladders to scale the walls of a fortified place," from Middle French escalade (16c.) "an assault with ladders on a fortification," from Italian scalata, fem. past participle of scalare "to climb by means of a ladder," from scala "ladder," related to Latin scandere "to climb" (see scan). For initial e-, see e-. Also in early use in English in Spanish form escalada, later corrupted to escalado. As the name of a brand of luxury SUV by Cadillac, from 1999.
1. Why don't you bring me a Escalade or something to get back in my good graces?
你为什么不给我找个台阶下看看能不能原谅你们 呢 ?

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2. They had to escalade canyons to reach their destination.
他们必须爬上峡谷才能到达他们的目的地.

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3. I am very tempted to trade in my old Escalade for a Navigator.
可用一辆旧款凯迪拉克凯雷德换一辆林肯领航者,这着实诱惑着我.

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4. Since Tiger drives an Escalade, can he blame the accident on his caddy?
当伍兹把车开上人行道时, 他能把事故归咎到球童身上 吗 ?

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5. Agent Hartmann gave a quick nod, pulled out the Escalade keys and headed for the door.
特工哈特曼马上点了点头, 拽出几把活动人行道的钥匙,朝门口走去.

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