hilt

英 [hɪlt] 美 [hɪlt]
  • n. 刀把,柄
  • n. (Hilt)人名;(德、挪、罗)希尔特
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1. hold, held => hilt.
2. 刀把、刀柄是为了用手握、拿的。
hilt 剑柄

来自Proto-Germanic*helt,可能来自PIE*kel,击,打,砍,词源同clone,cleave,gladiator.

hilt (n.)
Old English hilt "hilt, handle of a sword or dagger," from Proto-Germanic *helt (cognates: Old Norse hjalt, Old High German helza "hilt," Old Saxon helta "oar handle"), perhaps from PIE *kel- (1) "to strike." Formerly also used in plural in same sense as singular.
1. She was in this right up to the hilt.
她已经完全卷入了此事。

来自柯林斯例句

2. James was over-drawn and mortgaged to the hilt.
詹姆斯已经透支到最大额度并把能抵押的都抵押上了。

来自柯林斯例句

3. The men who wield the power are certainly backing him to the hilt.
掌权者肯定在全力支持他。

来自柯林斯例句

4. The sword hilt was studded with jewels.
那把剑柄镶[缀]有宝石.

来自辞典例句

5. The hilt of the sword is missing.
这把剑的柄不见了.

来自辞典例句

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