- n. 皲裂
- n. 颌； 颊
- n. <口>小伙子； 家伙
- v. 皲裂； （皮肤)变粗糙
- abbr. 章（=chapter）
- =chapter 章
- =Challenge Handshake Authentication Protocol 挑战握手验证协议
- [C]小伙子，小家伙；家伙 a man or boy;fellow
- vt. & vi. (使)疼痛，变粗糙，皲裂 (cause to) become sore,rough,and cracked
a boy or man;
"that chap is your host"
"there's a fellow at the door"
"he's a likable cuss"
"he's a good bloke"
a long narrow depression in a surface
a crack in a lip caused usually by cold
(usually in the plural) leather leggings without a seat; joined by a belt; often have flared outer flaps; worn over trousers by cowboys to protect their legs
crack due to dehydration;
"My lips chap in this dry weather"
- The poor chap was a bundle of nerves at the interview.
- There are lots of remedies to give your lips chap defense.
- The chap's countenance was yellow and fleshless, and the dented cheeks had accented his nose to be as high and straight as that of a Greek.
- Nobody knew who had cooled that chap off.
- Cantankerous chap Roger always was.
- My lips chap in this dry weather.
- His chapped lips were bleeding.
- Some of the young chaps gave us a cheer as we passed.
- I know you're a good safe chap.
- My skin soon chapped in cold weather.
- You'll chapped your hands if you use that soap.
What sad wild fellows some of the chaps were.出自： Thackeray
Geography is about Maps But Biography is about Chaps.出自： E. C. Bentley