- [C]围裙 a piece of clothing worn over the front of the body, from the chest or the waist down, and tied around the waist
- [C]〈术〉(机场的)停机坪 an area with a hard surface at an airport, where aircraft are turned around, loaded, etc.
a garment of cloth or leather or plastic that is tied about the waist and worn to protect your clothing
(golf) the part of the fairway leading onto the green
the part of a modern theater stage between the curtain and the orchestra (i.e., in front of the curtain)
a paved surface where aircraft stand while not being used
- My apron is so dirty that I have to wash it.
- She tied an apron around her waist.
- She made up the remaining cloth into an apron.
- A fighter plane is revving up on the hanger apron.
- She walked out onto the apron and began to sing in front of the full theatre.
- Free from the apron strings of home and family, she changed completely.
- The subsidiary company has been reluctant to tug at, let alone cut, the apron strings.
- Both passenger lounges have a good view of the runway and apron area.
- Ida wiped her hands on her apron.
- Put on your apron before you start cooking.
- The helicopter was waiting on the apron.
- There were three jumbos on the concrete apron.
- He insisted on driving straight to the apron where the helicopter was waiting.
- I always wear an apron when I cook.
- Many people like to wear aprons while they are cooking or doing the washing up.
- be tied to sb's apron strings
受某人影响(或控制) be influenced or controlled by sb
- wear an apron 系着围裙
- carpenter's apron 木匠的工作围裙
- be in apron 穿着围裙
Where is thy leather apron and thy rule?出自：Julius Caesar , Shakespeare
I changed into a blue Gown with my prettiest embroider'd Apron and a Tucker of white Lace.出自： E. Jong