- n. 瀑布；斜槽；降落伞；陡坡道
- n. (Chute)人名；(法)许特；(英、西)丘特
来自词根cad, 滑，掉落，词源同case, accident.
- chute (n.1)
- 1725, American English, "fall of water" (earlier shoot, 1610s), from French chute "fall," from Old French cheoite "a fall," fem. past participle of cheoir "to fall," from Latin cadere (see case (n.1)). Meaning "inclined tube, trough" is from 1804; that of "narrow passage for cattle, etc." first recorded 1881. In North America, absorbing some senses of similar-sounding shoot (n.1).
- chute (n.2)
- short for parachute (n.), attested from 1920.
- 1. You can release the chute with either hand, but it is easier to do it with the left.
- 2. I discovered that people accept a lot of pain if everybody's going through the chute together.
- 3. People accept a lot of pain if everybody's going through the chute together.
- 4. Could you count to 100, then drop this can all the way down the chute?
- 你能数到100然后把这袋子丢下去 吗 ?
- 5. Don't you know that we have a laundry chute in the house?
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