1. "flax comb," from hechel, from PIE *keg- "hook, tooth" (see hook).
2. => comb (flax or hemp) with a heckle, 及其引申义。
3. 老友记：Mr. heckles,have you seen a monkey? 哈克先生,我们朋友遗失了一只猴子 你有看见吗? (根据角色取的名字)。
- heckle (v.)
- early 14c., "to comb (flax or hemp) with a heckle;" from heckle (n.) or from related Middle Dutch hekelen. Figurative meaning "to question severely in a bid to uncover weakness" is from late 18c. "Long applied in Scotland to the public questioning of parliamentary candidates" [OED]. Related: Heckled; heckling.
- heckle (n.)
- "flax comb," c. 1300, hechel, perhaps from an unrecorded Old English *hecel or a cognate Germanic word (such as Middle High German hechel, Middle Dutch hekel), from Proto-Germanic *hakila-, from PIE *keg- "hook, tooth" (see hook (n.)).
- 1. The offending comment was in fact a heckle from an audience member.
- 2. A small group of youths stayed behind to heckle and shout abuse.
- 3. He went to heckle at their meetings.
- 4. Europe has continued to haunt and heckle the American imagination.
- 5. The reporter wanted to heckle the candidate with those embarrassing questions.
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