- cockade (n.)
- 1709, earlier cockard (1650s), from French cocarde (16c.), fem. of cocard (Old French cocart) "foolishly proud, cocky," as a noun, "idiot, fool;" an allusive extension from coq (see cock (n.1)).
- 1. The red cap and tricolour cockade were universal , both among men and women.
- 他们无论男女,都一律戴着红便帽, 缀着三色帽徽.
来自英汉文学 - 双城记
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