leg

  基本词汇  
[leɡ]     [leɡ]    
  • n.
  • vi.用脚走路
legged legged legging legs
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leg是什么意思,词典释义与在线翻译:

详尽释义

n.(名词)
  1. (小)腿
  2. 供食用的腿
  3. 袜统,靴统
  4. 支柱
  5. 一段赛程,一段航程, 一段旅程
  6. 裤脚(管)
  7. 脚,足
  8. 三角底边外的边
  9. 腿肉
  10. 一场
  11. 一项
v.(动词)
  1. 逃逸,逃跑
  2. <口>(常用于leg it短语中)疾走,奔走
  3. (徒步)走,用脚走路
  4. 用腿抵壁把船推过运河隧洞
  5. 卖力

双解释义

n.(名词)
  1. [C]腿 one of the limbs of an animal's or person's body used for standing and walking
  2. [C][U]腿肉 the leg of an animal used as food
  3. [C]裤腿 part of a garment covering this limb
  4. [C]桌椅的腿 one of the supports of a chair, table, etc.
  5. [C]一段行程 section of a journey

行业释义

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leg : (三角形) ...
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leg : 腿, ...
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leg : 脚架,支架 ...
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leg : 短栏 ...
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leg : 腿 ...
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leg : 引线 ...
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英英释义

Noun:
  1. a human limb; commonly used to refer to a whole limb but technically only the part of the limb between the knee and ankle

  2. a structure in animals that is similar to a human leg and used for locomotion

  3. one of the supports for a piece of furniture

  4. a part of a forked or branching shape;

    "he broke off one of the branches"

  5. the limb of an animal used for food

  6. a prosthesis that replaces a missing leg

  7. a cloth covering consisting of the part of a pair of trousers that covers a person's leg

  8. (nautical) the distance traveled by a sailing vessel on a single tack

  9. a section or portion of a journey or course;

    "then we embarked on the second stage of our Caribbean cruise"

leg的用法和样例:

例句

用作名词 (n.)
  1. The breaking of his right leg made him walk on crutches only.
    他右脚的折断使他只有靠拐杖走路。
  2. The leg of my tights has torn.
    我的裤袜的裤腿破了。
用作不及物动词 (vi.)
  1. He legged after me.
    他在我后面走。

常见句型

用作名词 (n.)
  1. Humans have two legs, dogs have four.
    人有两条腿,狗有四条腿。
  2. He felt an intense pain in his leg.
    他感到腿部疼得厉害。
  3. He lost the use of his legs.
    他双腿残疾。
  4. His legs refused to carry him further.
    他的腿已不听使唤,一步也走不动了。
  5. Would you like some leg or some breast of turkey.
    你要火鸡的腿肉还是胸肉?
  6. She bought a leg of mutton.
    她买了条羊腿。
  7. The leg of my tights has torn.
    我的连裤袜的裤腿破了。
  8. He lost his left leg in the war.
    他在战争中失去了左腿。
  9. Most chairs have four legs.
    大多数椅子是四条腿。
  10. The last leg of our trip was most tiring.
    我们旅行的最后一段行程最累人。
  11. From Bombay we made a long leg to Singapore.
    我们从孟买到新加坡的一段旅程很长。
  12. The premier has just completed the first leg of his five-nation tour.
    这位总理刚刚结束了他五国之行的第一段旅程。

常用短语

用作名词 (n.)
be all legs
  1. 过分瘦长 be disproportionately long and thin

    You are all legs.What do you have every day? 你长得又瘦又高,你每天都吃些啥?

be on one's legs
  1. 站着 be standing, especially to make a speech

    I' ve been on my legs all day and I'm tired out. 我整天站着,累极了。

  2. 康复至可以走动 after an illness be well enough to walk about

    It was the first time she was on her legs after her illness. 这是她病后第一次起来走动。

give sb a leg up
  1. 帮助某人上马或爬墙等 help sb mount a horse, climb a wall, etc.

    I can climb in this window if someone gives me a leg up. 如果有人助我一臂之力,我能爬进这窗口。

  2. 用钱或影响力帮助人 use money or influence to help sb

    It was a good opportunity for them to give their candidate a leg up. 这对他们来说,是帮助他们的候选人克服困难的好机会。

not have a leg to stand on
  1. (论点等)站不住脚,对行为无合理的解释等 have nothing to support one's opinion, justify one's action, etc.

    He hasn't a leg to stand on for his behaviour. 他的行为是完全没有道理的。

    She hasn't got a leg to stand on if she's forgotten to write, because I reminded her every day for a week. 如果她忘了写,就没有道理,因为我每天提醒她有一个星期了。

pull one's leg
  1. 开某人的完笑,耍弄某人 make fun of sb, especially by making him believe sth that is untrue;tease sb

    You're pulling my leg,I haven't really got a big spider crawling up my back, have I? 别开我的玩笑了,哪儿真有一只大蜘蛛爬在我的背上。

    They have just been pulling our legs. 他们是跟我们开玩笑。

shake a leg
  1. 出发,动手,赶快 get moving;start to act;hurry

    Shake a leg!We won't get back before dark if we don't hurry. 快,如果不抓紧,我们在天黑前赶不回来。

show a leg
  1. 起床 get out of bed

    Show a leg!It's time you were all up and about—breakfast is in five minutes' time. 醒醒!你们都该起来了——五分钟后用早餐。

stand on one's legs
  1. 自食其力 make a living for oneself

    Father has warned me that I must stand on my own legs after leaving school. 父亲已经告诉我了,中学毕业以后必须自立。

stretch one's legs
  1. 去散步 go for a walk as exercise

    I've been sitting at this desk for over five hours,I think I'll just go outside and stretch my legs. 我坐在这张桌子旁已5个多小时了,我想该出去散散步了。

walk off sb's leg
  1. 把某人累得筋疲力尽 tire sb by making him walk too far or too fast walk sb off sb's leg

    I took the children to the zoo and they walked me off my legs.我带着孩子们去了动物园,他们让我走得疲惫不堪。

词汇搭配

用作名词 (n.)
动词+~ 形容词+~ 名词+~ 介词+~ ~+介词

经典引文

  • His legs were shaking, and he stumbled at every step.

    出自:C. Stead
  • A terrestrial animal..larger than an elephant would have..legs so thick..it could not walk.

    出自:A. Hardy
  • Mary was..scratching the calf and ankle of one leg.

    出自:I. McEwan
  • The..coach broke down and..David legged it up to the clubhouse to find..alternative transport.

    出自:Golf Illustrated

leg的详细讲解:

词语用法

n.(名词)
  1. leg指动物或人的“腿”,是可数名词;指“腿肉”时,既可用作可数名词,也可用作不可数名词。leg有时指“(一段)旅程”或“(一个运动项目的)赛程”,是新闻用语。
  2. 说“腿瘸”时不可用leg作主语,而应以人作主语。
  3. leg有时也可用作动词表示“步行”。例如:It's no use, the car won't start, we'll have to leg it.没用的,汽车发动不起来,我们只好走路去。

词源解说

  • ☆ 13世纪英入进语,直接源自古挪威语的leggr,意为腿。

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