- n. 织布机；若隐若现的景象
- vi. 可怕地出现；朦胧地出现；隐约可见
- vt. 在织布机上织
- n. (Loom)人名；(瑞典)洛姆
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- loom (n.)
- weaving machine, Old English geloma "utensil, tool," from ge-, perfective prefix, + -loma, of unknown origin (compare Old English andloman (plural) "apparatus, furniture"). Originally "implement or tool of any kind" (as in heirloom); thus, "the penis" (c. 1400-1600). Specific meaning "a machine in which yarn or thread is woven into fabric" is from c. 1400.
- loom (v.)
- 1540s, "to come into view largely and indistinctly," perhaps from a Scandinavian source (compare dialectal Swedish loma, East Frisian lomen "move slowly"), perhaps a variant from the root of lame (adj.). Early used also of ships moving up and down. Figurative use from 1590s. Related: Loomed; looming.
- 1. As such tensions increase, they loom larger in Russia's domestic politics.
- 2. The old woman was weaving on her loom.
- 3. He turned away from the messenger to work at his loom again.
- 4. These countries loom big in the perspectives of European writers.
- 5. In my loom I have a half - finished web of soft linen.
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