hairline

英 ['heəlaɪn] 美 ['hɛrlaɪn]
  • n. 发际线;极细的线;细缝
  • adj. 极细的;差别极小的
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hairline (n.)
also hair-line, "cord made of hair," 1731, from hair + line (n.). Meaning "a very fine line" is from 1846. As "the outline of the hair on top of the head," by 1903. As an adjective, of cracks, etc., 1904.
1. Joanne had a small dark birthmark near her hairline.
乔安妮的发际线旁有个小小的深色胎记。

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2. She looked up at me with pinpricks of sweat along her hairline.
她抬头看了我一眼,发际渗出细密的汗珠。

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3. The bartender had a florid face and a receding hairline.
酒吧男招待面色红润,前额有点脱发。

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4. He suffered a hairline fracture of the right index finger.
他右手食指骨裂。

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5. There's a hairline crack in the rim of that jar.
那只罐子的口沿有条极细的裂缝。

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