handgun

英 ['hæn(d)gʌn] 美 ['hænd'gʌn]
  • n. 手枪
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handgun (n.)
mid-14c., of unmounted firearms, from hand (n.) + gun (n.). In modern use, "a pistol," from 1930s, American English.
1. They were yesterday convicted of illegally using a handgun.
他们昨天被判犯有非法使用手枪罪。

来自柯林斯例句

2. They began to tussle with each other for the handgun.
他们互相扭打起来,抢夺那支手枪.

来自《简明英汉词典》

3. Everyone was told to open fire on my signal - a handgun shot.
所有人只有听到我的信号 —— 一声手枪射击声才能开火.

来自互联网

4. Police were investigating how the boy got the 9 mm handgun.
警方正着手调查该男孩如何取接触到那支9毫米的手枪.

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5. They began tussle with each other for the handgun.
他们互相扭打起来抢夺那支手枪.

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