- [C]拐杖 a stick with a piece that fits under the arm,for supporting a person who has difficulty in walking
- [C]支持物，精神上的寄托 sth that provides support or help
- [C]胯部 crotch
a wooden or metal staff that fits under the armpit and reaches to the ground; used by disabled person while walking
anything that serves as an expedient;
"he uses drugs as a psychological crutch"
- He is lame in one leg and walks with the help of a crutch.
- Religion was her crutch in times of sorrow.
- The book was simply a crutch to my memory.
- How closely women crutch the very chains that bind them!
- She came in on crutches that morning, her foot still in a cast.
- Parent's love was her crutch in times of sorrow.
- She sprained her crutches when she was dancing.
Some walking with the aid of canes, a few on crutches.出自： A. Hailey
Two fools that crutch their feeble sense on verse.出自： Dryden
Old crippled buildings..crutched up with posts and logs.出自： G. W. Thornbury