- n. 军刀；佩剑；骑兵
- vt. 用马刀砍或杀
- n. (Saber)人名；(法)萨贝；(阿拉伯)萨比尔
来自法语 sabre,弯剑，弯刀，异化自 sable,来自匈牙利语 szablya,弯刀，来自 szab,砍，劈。
- saber (n.)
- type of single-edged sword, 1670s, from French sabre "heavy, curved sword" (17c.), alteration of sable (1630s), from German Sabel, Säbel, probably ultimately from Hungarian szablya "saber," literally "tool to cut with," from szabni "to cut."
The Balto-Slavic words (Russian sablya, Polish szabla "sword, saber," Lithuanian shoble) perhaps also are from German. Italian sciabla seems to be directly from Hungarian. Saber-rattling "militarism" is attested from 1922. Saber-toothed cat (originally tiger) is attested from 1849.
- 1. A soldier came up to her with a drawn saber.
- 2. Those guys put the Saber - Tooth Brothers in the hospital yesterday!
- 那些家伙昨天把 剑齿虎 兄弟弄进了医院!
- 3. How about this: do you keep a saber on your farm?
- 这个问题怎么样: 你在你的农场里保存有一把光剑 吗 ?
- 4. Conclusion Saber sheath trachea is a sign of rather severe COPD.
- 5. Surely not. It'should be the saber of tribe around North Africa or Sudan.
- 可以肯定不是狗腿, 应该是北非或苏丹那一带附近部族的短刀.
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