- n. 哔叽
- vt. 粗缝...的毛边；锁（毛边）
- n. (Serge)人名；(德、罗)泽格；(法)塞尔日；(英)瑟奇
一种精梳毛纱织制的斜纹毛织物，来自古法语 serge,哗叽布，来自拉丁语 serica vestis,丝织衣 物，来自 serica,丝的，词源同 silk,vestis,衣服，词源同 vest.
- serge:  The textile term serge is first cousin to silk. It comes via Old French sarge from *sārica, a Vulgar Latin alteration of Latin sērica. This was short for lāna sērica, which meant literally ‘wool of the Seres’. Seres was a name given to a people living in what we would now call China, and it is also the ultimate source of the word silk.
- serge (n.)
- type of strong, twilled fabric used for coats, etc., late 14c., from Old French serge (12c.), from Vulgar Latin *sarica, in Medieval Latin "cloth of wool mixed with silk or linen," from Latin serica (vestis) "silken (garment)," from serica, from Greek serike, fem. of serikos "silken" (see silk). The French word is the source of German sarsche, Danish sarge, etc. Also as a verb. Related: Serger.
- 1. He wore a blue serge suit.
- 2. a blue serge suit
- 3. The French were dealt another blow yesterday when Serge Viars withdrew from the squad.
- 4. If it had gone, Serge and Nadia wouId have noticed.
- 如果你已经剃掉你的胡子我一定会注意到的, 不是吗?
- 5. Your eyes - they shine like the pants of a blue serge suit.
- 你的眼睛 —— 亮得象那蓝哔叽西装的裤子.
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