handwriting

英 ['hændraɪtɪŋ] 美 ['hænd'raɪtɪŋ]
  • n. 笔迹;书法;书写;手稿
  • v. 亲手写(handwrite的ing形式)
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handwriting 笔迹,书法

hand,手,writing,书写。

handwriting (n.)
also hand-writing, "writing with the hand; form of writing peculiar to a person," early 15c., from hand (n.) + writing, translating Latin manuscriptum and equivalent to Greek kheirographia. Earlier was simply hand (n.) "handwriting, style of writing;" and Old English had handgewrit "handwriting; a writing."
An ordinary note in his [Horace Greeley's] handwriting is said to have been used for a long time as a railroad pass, then as a servant's recommendation, and finally taken to a drug-store as a doctor's prescription. ["Frank Leslie's Magazine," August 1884]
1. I have to admit that I have bad handwriting.
我不得不承认自己的字写得不好看。

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2. His handwriting, from earliest young manhood, was flowing and graceful.
他的字从小就写得流畅优美。

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3. I've never come across hieroglyphics like the handwriting of Peter Smallwood.
我从未见过像彼得·斯莫尔伍德那么难辨认的笔迹。

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4. The handwriting belongs to a male.
这是男性的笔迹。

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5. The address was in Anna's handwriting.
地址是安娜的笔迹。

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