- 被捆住，被捆缚 ，受束缚
- vt. 用带捆扎 fasten or hold in place with a strap
- vt. 用带抽打 beat with a strap
an elongated leather strip (or a strip of similar material) for binding things together or holding something in position
hanger consisting of a loop of leather suspended from the ceiling of a bus or train; passengers hold onto it
a band that goes over the shoulder and supports a garment or bag
whip consisting of a strip of leather used in flogging
tie with a strap
beat severely with a whip or rod;
"The teacher often flogged the students"
"The children were severely trounced"
sharpen with a strap;
"strap a razor"
secure (a sprained joint) with a strap
- The strap had been fretted away.
- Her camera strap has broken.
- A safety strap is used to prevent falling.
- A watch strap holds a watch on your wrist.
- Experienced travelers strap in without waiting to be asked.
- The nurse will strap up your wound.
- All the luggage has been strapped up.
- The slave was strapped to death.
- He strapped his trunk.
- The boss strapped a workman.
- He was strapped for being rude to the officer.
- strap on1 (v.+adv.)
绑住 fasten on with leather or cloth bands
strap sth ⇔ on
Climbers can strap sharp nails on to help get a foothold on a slippery slope.
The climbers strapped on a variety of equipment .
She straps on a wrist-watch.
- strap on2 (v.+prep.)
把…绑在…上 tie up sth on sth
strap sth on sth
The soldiers' great coats were strapped on their packs.
- strap firmly 系紧安全带
- strap on 用带束住〔捆扎〕
- strap on a wristwatch 带上手表
- strap up 用带子捆紧
- strap up a suitcase 束住手提皮箱
- strap up one's wound 包扎伤口
The children wore identical white shoes, with straps across the instep.出自： F. King
Undoing his straps, she lugs the baby out of the pushchair.出自： P. Farmer
Two hairy arms lifted me up and strapped me on to a cold trolley.出自： J. Winterson
Setsuko was strapping up his sandals.出自： K. Ishiguro
- ☆ 1620年进入英语，直接源自苏格兰语的strope，意为绳索或环状物；最初源自古典拉丁语的stroppus，意为带子。