- v. 剥，剥落；削
- n. 皮
- n. (Peel)人名；(英)皮尔
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- peel: see pillage
- peel (v.)
- "to strip off," developed from Old English pilian "to peel, skin, decorticate, strip the skin or ring," and Old French pillier, both from Latin pilare "to strip of hair," from pilus "hair" (see pile (n.3)). Probably also influenced by Latin pellis "skin, hide." Related: Peeled; peeling. Figurative expression keep (one's) eyes peeled be observant, be on the alert" is from 1853, American English.
- peel (n.2)
- "shovel-shaped instrument" used by bakers, etc., c. 1400, from Old French pele (Modern French pelle) "shovel," from Latin pala "spade, shovel, baker's peel," of unknown origin.
- peel (n.1)
- piece of rind or skin, 1580s, from earlier pill, pile (late 14c.), from peel (v.)).
- 1. Blend in the lemon extract, lemon peel and walnuts.
- 2. Peel the onion and cut it in half lengthwise.
- 3. I'd peel potatoes and put them on to boil.
- 4. Miss Peel tinkled her desk bell and they all sat down again.
- 5. Peel away the sticky paper.
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