hiker

英 ['haɪkə] 美 ['haɪkɚ]
  • n. 徒步旅行者
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hiker 远足者

来自hike,远足。

hiker (n.)
1913, agent noun from hike (v.). Earlier as a type of boat:
The "hiker" or "tuck-up" as it is more generally termed, is a craft peculiar to the Delaware River, and is to the youth residing along the banks of that stream what the racing shell is to the Torontonian .... The origin of the name "hiker" is veiled in mystery. No member of the clubs engaged in sailing these boats can give anything like a satisfactory derivation of the word. The most common explanation is that it is corrupted from the local verb "to hike," which means to run or fly swiftly. ["Harper's Young People," 1885]
1. He picked up a hitch - hiker.
他中途让个搭便车的人上了车.

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2. Foreign back - packer: It means a hiker who loves traveling around the world.
外国背包客: 就是喜欢在全世界旅游的徒步旅行者啊!

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3. A hiker was killed by lightning in Tuen Mun.
一名行山人士在屯门遭受雷殛.

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4. They are exploited by intermediaries, hitch hiker sand other parasites.
他们利用中间人顺山砂等寄生虫.

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5. Im a hiker that climbs to look, not conquer.
即时通讯远足登山说,看, 而不是征服.

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