hind

英 [haɪnd] 美 [haɪnd]
  • adj. 后部的
  • n. 雌鹿
  • n. (Hind)人名;(英、芬)欣德
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hind 后面的,后腿的

来自Proto-Germanic*hind,后面,词源同behind.进一步可能来自PIE*ken,使运动,移动,词源同cinema,conation,kinetic.即运动准备,后腿发力,引申词义后面的,后腿的。

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hind: English has two words hind. The adjective meaning ‘rear’ [13] probably came mainly from behind, a compound formed in Old English times from bi- ‘by’ and hindan ‘from behind’, whose ultimate origins are unknown. Related are German hinter ‘behind’, the first element of hinterland, which English borrowed in the 19th century, and the verb hinder [OE], etymologically ‘put behind or back’. Hind ‘female deer’ [OE] comes ultimately from Indo- European *kemti-, a derivative of *kem- ‘hornless’.
=> behind, hinder, hinterland
hind (adj.)
c. 1300, "rear, back," perhaps a back-formation from Old English behindan "back, behind," used as adverb and preposition, or from or influenced by Old English hindan (adv.) "from behind," from Proto-Germanic *hind- "behind" (cognate with Gothic hindan (prep.) "on that side of, beyond, behind;" German hinten "behind"), of unknown origin. Possibly influenced by Middle English hiner (adv.) "back, rear."
hind (n.)
"female deer," Old English hind, from Proto-Germanic *hinthjo- (cognates: Old Norse hind, Dutch hinde, Old High German hinta, German Hinde "hind") perhaps from PIE *kemti-, from root *kem- "hornless" (cognates: Greek kemas, Lithuanian smulas "young deer, gazelle").
1. The higher rates have been a hind-rance to economic recovery.
高利率已经成为经济复苏的障碍。

来自柯林斯例句

2. You would be more of a hind-rance than a help.
你帮不上忙,反倒会碍事。

来自柯林斯例句

3. Suddenly the cow kicked up its hind legs.
奶牛突然尥起了蹶子。

来自柯林斯例句

4. The horse reared up on its hind legs.
那匹马后腿前立,站了起来。

来自《权威词典》

5. The animal is able to stand up on its hind limbs.
这种动物能够用后肢站立.

来自《简明英汉词典》

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