hat

英 [hæt] 美 [hæt]
  • n. 帽子
  • vt. 给……戴上帽子
  • vi. 供应帽子;制造帽子
  • n. (Hat)人名;(中)核(广东话·威妥玛)
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hat 帽子

来自PIE*kadh,覆盖,保护,词源同hood,heed.引申词义帽子。

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hat: [OE] Hat and hood are ultimately the same word, and denote literally ‘head-covering’. Both go back to Indo-European *kadh- ‘cover, protect’, which in the case of hat produced a Germanic derivative *khadnús, later *khattus. This was the source of English hat, and also of Swedish hatt and Danish hat (German hutt and Dutch hoed ‘hat’ are more closely related to English hood).
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hat (n.)
Old English hæt "hat, head covering" (variously glossing Latin pileus, galerus, mitra, tiara), from Proto-Germanic *hattuz "hood, cowl" (cognates: Frisian hat, Old Norse hattr, höttr "a hood or cowl"), from PIE root *kadh- "cover, protect" (cognates: Lithuanian kudas "tuft or crest of a bird," Latin cassis "helmet"). To throw one's hat in the ring was originally (1847) to take up a challenge in prize-fighting. To eat one's hat (1770), expressing what one will do if something he considers a sure thing turns out not to be, is said to have been originally eat Old Rowley's [Charles II's] hat.
1. Stan Dean, easily identifiable by his oddly-shaped hat, sat in a doorway.
斯坦·迪安坐在门口,他那顶奇形怪状的帽子一下子就让人认出他来。

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2. This design knocks everything else into a cocked hat.
这一设计令其他作品相形见绌。

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3. She wore a little nurse's hat on her head to identify her.
她头戴一顶小护士帽,很容易辨认。

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4. Fuentes tore off his hat and flung it to the ground.
富恩特斯一把扯下帽子,扔在地上。

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5. Issa's white beach hat gleamed in the harsh lights.
伊萨的白色沙滩帽在刺眼的阳光下闪闪发亮。

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