haft

英 [hɑːft] 美 [hæft]
  • n. [建] 把手;牧场;住处
  • vt. 给…装上柄;使羊群适应新牧场
  • vi. 安顿下来
  • n. (Haft)人名;(德)哈夫特
GRE
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shaft矛柄。
haft把柄。
helve斧柄。
haft 刀柄

词源同have,持有,握住。用于指刀柄。

haft (n.)
Old English hæft "handle," especially of a cutting or thrusting instrument, related to hæft "fetter, bond; captive, slave," via a common notion of "a seizing, a thing seized," from Proto-Germanic *haftjam (cognates: Old Saxon haft "captured;" Dutch hecht, Old High German hefti, German Heft "handle;" German Haft "arrest"), from PIE *kap- "to grasp" (see capable). To haven other haeftes in hand "have other hafts in hand" was a 14c.-15c. way of saying "have other business to attend to."
1. The hammer's silvery head was etched with holy runs and its haft was meticulously wrapped in blue leather.
锤子头是纯银制成的,雕刻着神圣符文,而握柄则被精心地包裹在蓝色的皮革中。

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2. The hands of the clock pointed to haft past six then.
那时时钟的指针指向6:30.

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3. He puts haft an hour's practice in piano playing everyday.
他每天花半小时练钢琴.

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4. The plane needs haft a day to turn round.
飞机需要半天才能返回.

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5. But when I climbed the haft way, I was very'tired and quite out of breath.
但当我爬到一半时, 我累极了,上气不接下气.

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