英 ['pʊmpə,nɪk(ə)l; 'pʌm-]
- pumpernickel (n.)
- "dark rye bread," 1756, pompernickel, from German (Westphalian dialect) Pumpernickel (1663), originally an abusive nickname for a stupid person, from pumpern "to break wind" + Nickel "goblin, lout, rascal," from proper name Niklaus (see Nicholas). An earlier German name for it was krankbrot, literally "sick-bread."
- 1. Politics ran very high at Pumpernickel, and parties were very bitter.
- 在本浦聂格尔, 政治气氛很浓,各党派之间的仇恨也很深.
- 2. I can't wait to take a bite of the pumpernickel.
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