- n. 捆；束；扎
- vt. 捆；束；扎
- n. (Sheaf)人名；(英)希夫
2. shove => sheaf.
来自古英语 sceaf,大捆，成捆，来自 Proto-Germanic*skauf,捆，丛，来自 PIE*skeup,捆，丛。 引申诸相关词义。
- sheaf (n.)
- Old English sceaf (plural sceafas) "large bundle of corn," from Proto-Germanic *skauf- (cognates: Old Saxon scof, Middle Dutch scoof, Dutch schoof, Old High German scoub "sheaf, bundle," German Schaub "sheaf;" Old Norse skauf "fox's tail;" Gothic skuft "hair on the head," German Schopf "tuft"), from PIE root *(s)keup- "cluster, tuft, hair of the head." Extended to bundles of things other than grain by c. 1300. Also used in Middle English for "two dozen arrows." General sense of "a collection" is from 1728.
- 1. He took out a sheaf of papers and leafed through them.
- 2. She moved the sheaf of papers into position.
- 3. The speaker came into the hall carrying a sheaf of notes.
- 4. This essentially implies that the presheaf is a sheaf.
- 5. He drew a sheaf of papers from his breast pocket.
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