handcuff

英 ['hæn(d)kʌf] 美 ['hændkʌf]
  • vt. 给…戴上手铐;限制
  • n. 手铐;思想上的桎梏
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handcuff 用手铐铐住

hand,手,cuff,袖口,手铐。

handcuff (n.)
1640s as a decorative addition to a sleeve; 1690s as a type of restraining device, from hand (n.) + cuff (n.). Old English had hondcops "a pair of hand cuffs," but the modern word is a re-invention. The verb is first attested 1720. Related: Handcuffed; handcuffing.
1. They tried to handcuff him but, despite his injuries, he fought his way free.
他们试图把他铐起来,但尽管有伤在身,他还是奋力挣脱了。

来自柯林斯例句

2. The police search and handcuff both men.
警官对他们俩进行了搜身,给他们上了手铐.

来自辞典例句

3. Something, such as a handcuff, that resembles a wrist ornament.
类似于手腕装饰物的东西, 如手铐.

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4. I done handcuff lightning and put thunder in jail.
我把电公拷上手铐,把雷母送进牢房.

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5. The soldiers handcuff the ring leader and cover his head.
士兵们拷上了团伙的头目并盖住他的头.

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