- n. 雄鹅；呆子；一瞥
- vi. 闲逛
- n. (Gander)人名；(英、葡、匈、瑞典)甘德
- gander: see gannet
- gander (v.)
- "take a long look," slang, 1886, from gander (n.) on the notion of craning one's neck like a goose; earlier it meant "to wander foolishly" (1680s). Related: Gandered; gandering.
- gander (n.)
- Old English gandra "male goose," from Proto-Germanic *gan(d)ron (cognates: Dutch gander, Middle Low German ganre), from PIE *ghans- "goose" (see goose (n.)). OED suggests perhaps it was originally the name of some other water-bird and cites Lithuanian gandras "stork." Sometimes used 19c. in reference to single men or male-only gatherings (compare stag). Meaning "a long look" is 1912, from gander (v.).
- 1. Sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.
- 2. The gander circled the pond for days, and more days after that.
- 那雄鹅成天围着池塘转, 日复一日.
来自英汉文学 - 廊桥遗梦
- 3. For you cannot sarse the goose and not the gander.
来自英汉文学 - 双城记
- 4. What's sauce for the goose is sauce for the gander.
- 5. Yet what is sauce for the goose should be sauce for the gander.
[ gander 造句 ]