hazel

英 ['heɪz(ə)l] 美 ['hezl]
  • n. 淡褐色;榛子
  • adj. 淡褐色的;榛树的
  • n. (Hazel)人名;(英)黑兹尔
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1. 谐音“褐榛(鼻音化)哦”-----褐色的榛子哦----榛子、榛树。
2. haze + -l(象形“像一颗高高的树”) => 透过朦胧的薄雾我看到了前方有一颗高高的榛树,在朦胧的薄雾的有一颗高大挺拔的榛树屹立在前方。
hazel 榛子

来自古英语haesl,来自PIE*koselo,榛树,榛子。

hazel
hazel: [OE] Hazel is a very ancient tree-name. It can be traced right back to Indo-European *kosolos or *koselos, which also produced French coudrier and Welsh collen. Its Germanic descendant was *khasalaz, from which come German hasel, Dutch hazel-, and Swedish and Danish hassel as well as English hazel. The earliest known use of the word to describe the colour of eyes comes in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet 1592: ‘Thou wilt quarrel with a man for cracking nuts, having no other reason, but thou hast hazel eyes’.
hazel (n.)
Old English hæsl, hæsel, from Proto-Germanic *hasalaz (cognates: Old Norse hasl, Middle Dutch hasel, German hasel), from PIE *koselo- "hazel" (cognates: Latin corulus, Old Irish coll "hazel"). Shakespeare ("Romeo and Juliet," 1592) was first to use it (in print) in the sense of "reddish-brown color of eyes" (in reference to the color of ripe hazel-nuts), when Mercutio accuses Benvolio:
Thou wilt quarrell with a man for cracking Nuts, hauing no reason, but because thou hast hasell eyes.
1. She has hazel eyes.
她有一双淡褐色的眼睛.

来自《简明英汉词典》

2. They were standing in the shade of hazel bushes.
他们便站在浓荫的榛树下.

来自英汉文学

3. The Country Mouse was sitting under a hazel thicket plucking nuts.
乡鼠正坐在榛树丛下摘硬果.

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4. It's not fair Hazel always takes Edward's part whether he's right or wrong.
黑兹尔不管爱德华是否正确总是站在他一边,这不公正.

来自辞典例句

5. The desks were littered with catkins, hazel and willow, which the pupils had been sketching.
学生的课桌上散乱地放着正在临摹的柔美花 、 榛子和扬柳.

来自辞典例句

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