- [C]手掌; 掌状物 the inner surface of the hand between the base of the fingers and the wrist
- [C](象征胜利的)棕榈叶 leaf of such a tree as a symbol of victory or success
the inner surface of the hand from the wrist to the base of the fingers
a linear unit based on the length or width of the human hand
any plant of the family Palmae having an unbranched trunk crowned by large pinnate or palmate leaves
an award for winning a championship or commemorating some other event
touch, lift, or hold with the hands;
"Don't handle the merchandise"
- He rubbed his palm across his forehead.
- He knew the passage like the palm of his hand.
- He wrote the phone number on his palm.
- Growing along the river are tall palm trees.
- The palm trees wavered in the strong breeze.
- The goalkeeper just managed to palm the ball over the crossbar.
- They can't palm off that tale on us.
- The salesman tried to palm us off with some shop-soiled clothes.
- Buddhist monk sat with folded palms.
- Their fists were clenched so tightly that their nails dug deep into their palms.
- Our army bore off the palm in the battle.
- She carried off the palm in both tennis and swimming.
- The coconut palm trees planted after the war added to the beauty of the city.
A return ticket in the palm of your left glove.出自： Conan Doyle
His fists clenched..so that his fingernails dug into the palms of his hands.出自： R. Thomas
Nervously palming his hip with his left hand.出自： T. Hardy
The water Maria palmed to her face gave a shine to her eyes.出自：New Yorker
Neither player could do much with the ball, but Rogan unaccountably palmed it away.出自：Guardian