- n. 乡下人；反应迟钝的人；土头土脑的人
- adj. 乡下的；乡巴佬的；愚蠢的
- n. (Hick)人名；(东南亚国家华语)锡；(英)希克(男子教名 Richard 的昵称)
- hick (n.)
- late 14c. as a pet form of masc. proper name Richard. Meaning "awkward provincial person" was established by 1700 (see rube); earlier it was the characteristic name of a hosteler, hackneyman, etc. (late 14c.), perhaps via alliteration. The adjective is recorded by 1914.
A hick town is one where there is no place to go where you shouldn't be. [attributed to U.S. humorist Robert Quillen (1887-1948)]
- 1. He is an obnoxious hick.
- 2. I was just a hick from Texas then.
- 3. Graeme Hick scored an unbeaten 58 as Worcestershire replied to Middlesex's 202 with 132-3.
- 4. " Listen, kid, I was worried when I couldn't get ahold of you in that hick town.
- “ 你听着, 小鬼,当我派的人到你那个乡下小镇去找不到你的时候, 我还很担心哪.
- 5. Once the hero of Jefferson , the virtuous husbandman, he was the rube, the hick, the hayseed.
- 一度被杰斐逊奉为英雄的农民, 昔日俨然是男子汉大丈夫,而今却一落千丈,成了乡下人 、 庄稼汉 、 乡巴佬.
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