hiding

英 ['haɪdɪŋ] 美 ['haɪdɪŋ]
  • n. 隐匿;躲藏处;殴打
  • n. (Hiding)人名;(瑞典)希丁
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hiding (n.1)
"concealment," early 13c., verbal noun from hide (v.1). Hiding place is from mid-15c.; an Old English word for this was hydels.
hiding (n.2)
"a flogging," 1809, from hide (n.1), perhaps in reference to a whip or thong made of animal hide. Old English had hyde ðolian "to undergo a flogging," and hydgild "fine paid to save one's skin (from a punishment by flogging)." The English expression a hiding to nothing (by 1905) referred to a situation where there was disgrace in defeat and no honor in victory.
1. The family was often in flight, hiding out in friends' houses.
这一家人常常东躲西藏,在朋友家里避风头。

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2. The seal on the box broke when it fell from its hiding-place.
盒子从隐藏处掉落时,封口裂开了。

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3. He has just begun his fourth year in hiding.
他东躲西藏的第四个年头刚刚开始。

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4. We believe she may have played a part in hiding the cash.
我们认为她可能参与了藏匿现金。

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5. He then dismembered her, hiding parts of her body in the cellar.
他接着将她肢解,将部分尸体藏在了地窖里。

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