- n. 桨；橹；桨手
- vt. 划（船）
- vi. 划行
CET6+ TEM4 IELTS GRE 考 研 CET6
1. 反向记忆，要学会反向记忆：boar => 不会划桨的猪，猪很笨，当然不会划桨了。=> oar.
- oar: [OE] Oar is a general northern Germanic term, traceable back to an ancestral *airō, source also of Swedish år, Danish aare, and, by borrowing, Finnish airo. It is not clear where it comes from, although it may ultimately be related to Latin rēmus ‘oar’ (as in trirēmis, source of English trireme ).
- oar (n.)
- Old English ar "oar," from Proto-Germanic *airo (cognates: Old Norse ar, Danish aare, Swedish åra), of unknown origin; perhaps related to Latin remus "oar," Greek eretes "rower," eretmos "oar."
- 1. An oar often acts as rudder.
- 2. Kent must be kept out of this affair. He'll interfere and tries to have an oar in everyman's boat.
- 这事可不能让肯特参与. 他一定会横加干涉,乱管闲事.
- 3. Then he took up the oar with the knife lashed to it.
来自英汉文学 - 老人与海
- 4. Except for the rhythmic splash of the rudder oar, all was still.
来自汉英文学 - 家（1-26） - 家（1-26）
- 5. The sailors oar slowly across the river.
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