- n. 女帽制造商；女帽贩卖商
- n. (Milliner)人名；(英)米利纳
- milliner:  The Italian city of Milan was famous in medieval and Renaissance times for the fabrics, laces, etc that it manufactured; and a merchant who imported such ‘Milan ware’ became known as a Milaner. In due course the term became associated with ‘makers of female garments’, which would have incorporated such Italian haberdashery, and by the 19th century it had narrowed down specifically to ‘maker of women’s hats’.
- milliner (n.)
- mid-15c., "vendor of fancy wares, especially those made in Milan," Italian city, famous for straw works, fancy goods, ribbons, bonnets, and cutlery. Meaning "one who sells women's hats" may be from 1520s, certainly by 18c. (it is difficult in early references to know whether the word means a type of merchant or "a resident of Milan" who is selling certain wares).
- 1. Her girls had more milliner's furniture than they had ever enjoyed before.
- 2. The apples display their milliner's scraps of ivory silk, rose - tinged.
- 苹果树炫耀着女帽饰带般的枝条,恰似绸缎, 乳白中点缀着玫瑰红.
- 3. Do you have a milliner, can I meet him?
- 你们有女饰设计员吗?我能见见他 吗 ?
- 4. The apples display their milliner's scraps of ivory silk, orse - tinged.
- 苹果树则像卖帽人, 向人们展示着他帽子上那一片片微带点玫瑰红的乳白色丝缎.
- 5. The apples display their milliner's scraps of iory silk, rose - tinged.
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