- [C]（某些植物，如竹或甘蔗的）茎 the hard hollow stem of some plants, for example bamboo or sugar
- [U]（用于制作家具等的）竹竿，藤条 these stems used as a material for making furniture, etc.
- [C]竹椅；藤杖；手杖 a long thin stick that a person uses to help them walk, especially one with a curved handle
- [C]（旧时学校用于惩罚学童的）竹杖，藤条 a piece of cane or a thin rod, used in the past in some schools for beating children as a punishment
- vt. 用藤条打，用藤杖打，杖笞（作为惩罚） hit a child with a cane as a punishment
a stick that people can lean on to help them walk
a strong slender often flexible stem as of bamboos, reeds, rattans, or sugar cane
a stiff switch used to hit students as punishment
beat with a cane
- He offered to strike the boy with his cane.
- He walks along briskly, twirl his cane in the air.
- The blow of the cane stung the boy's fingers.
- She thrashed the children with a cane.
- They cane our palms according to our marks.
- English schoolmasters used to cane the boys as a punishment.
- Long piece of cane are used to make furniture and to weave baskets.
- This sugar cane is quite a sweet and juicy.
- Mother is having the chair cane.
- It was made entirely of cane.
- She bought a chair made of cane.
- Since he broke his leg, he had to walk with a cane.
- My grandmother walks with a cane.
- The teacher gave him the cane for fighting in school.
- He got the cane for cheating.
- I got the cane for smoking.
用作动词 (v.)用作及物动词 S+ ～+n./pron.
- My father used to cane me when I behaved badly.
- The jailer caned the man.
- England were caned by France in last night's game.
- walking cane 手杖