- n. 一大杯之量；大啤酒杯
- n. (Tankard)人名；(英、西)坦卡德
- tankard (n.)
- late 14c., "large tub-like vessel," corresponding to Middle Dutch tanckaert, meaning the same thing, but both of unknown origin. A guess hazarded in OED is that it is a transposition of *kantard, from Latin cantharus. Klein suggests French tant quart "as much as a quarter." "The notion that the word is from tank 1 + -ard is wholly untenable" [Century Dictionary]. Meaning "drinking vessel" is first recorded late 15c.
- 1. Ben Tankard wowed the crowd with his jazz.
- 2. a glass tankard with his initials etched on it
- 3. I poured the beer into a tankard.
- 4. It is served in a one - liter - tankard called Ma.
- 它被服侍在一单一公升的 - 称为妈的大啤酒杯.
- 5. Tankard Reist : The phrase was invented by Phillip Adams, an Australian broadcaster and columnist.
- 坦卡德.瑞斯特: 这个说法是菲利浦.亚当斯发明的, 他是澳大利亚的一名广播员和专栏作家.
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