英 ['fuːlzkæp; 'fuːls-]
- n. 大裁；大页纸；圆锥形的纸帽；滑稽帽（等于fool's cap）
- foolscap (n.)
- also fool's-cap, 1630s, "type of cap worn by a jester;" see fool (n.1) + cap (n.). From c. 1700 as a type of writing paper, so called because it originally was watermarked with a jester's cap.
- 1. The letter is on six sheets of foolscap.
- 2. He was still rumbling discontentedly when Pike returned bearing a folder of foolscap sheets.
[ foolscap 造句 ]