- n. 男仆；侍从；马屁精
- vt. 侍候，服侍；奉承
- n. (Lackey)人名；(英)拉基
2. lack => lackey => 缺乏骨气的，缺乏生产资料的。
- lackey:  By a circuitous series of steps, lackey is of Arabic origin. English borrowed it from French laquais, which originally denoted a sort of foot-soldier, and hence a ‘footman’ or ‘servant’. French in turn got it from Catalan alacay, whose source was Arabic al-qādī ‘the judge’ (the Spanish version alcalde ‘magistrate’ was acquired by English in the 17th century).
- lackey (n.)
- 1520s, "footman, running footman, valet," from Middle French laquais "foot soldier, footman, servant" (15c.), of unknown origin; perhaps from Old Provençal lacai, from lecai "glutton, covetous," from lecar "to lick." Alternative etymology is via French from Catalan alacay, from Arabic al-qadi "the judge." Yet another guess traces it through Spanish lacayo, from Italian lacchè, from Modern Greek oulakes, from Turkish ulak "runner, courier." This suits the original sense better, but OED says Italian lacchè is from French. Sense of "servile follower" appeared 1580s. As a political term of abuse it dates from 1939 in communist jargon.
- 1. I'm not staying as a paid lackey to act as your yes-man.
- 2. And who would have thought that Fredo would become a lackey of women?
- 3. Full as a lackey, a Hara, the pro - Japanese as slaves!
- 十足的一副奴才像, 一副哈日 、 亲日的奴才像!
- 4. Lackey asks: " Gentleman, how to buy wine without money? "
- 仆人问: “ 先生, 没有钱怎么买酒? ”
- 5. Advocate the home is afraid that he is cheated, clique lackey follows.
- 主家怕他欺骗, 派仆人跟去.
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