- n. 穆斯林的头巾；女用头巾；无檐帽，狭边帽
- n. (Turban)人名；(德)图尔班；(法)蒂尔邦
来自中古法语 turbant,来自意大利语 turbante,来自土耳其语 tulbent,头巾，面纱，来自波斯语 dulband,头巾，面纱，词源同 tulip.
- turban: see tulip
- turban (n.)
- 1560s, from Middle French turbant (15c.), from Italian turbante (Old Italian tolipante), from Turkish tülbent "gauze, muslin, tulle," from Persian dulband "turban." The change of -l- to -r- may have taken place in Portuguese India and thence been picked up in other European languages. A men's headdress in Muslim lands, it was popular in Europe and America c. 1776-1800 as a ladies' fashion. Related: Turbaned.
- 1. His head was covered with a khaki turban.
- 2. James looks strange with a turban around his head.
- 3. The Turban Basin in Xinjiang is the world's lowest - lying basin, the lowest point being 154 metres below sea level.
- 4. King Midas tried to hide his misfortune under an ample turban.
- 5. He has never stepped out without his turban.
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