来自拉丁语 sartor,裁缝，来自 sarcire,缝补，打补丁，来自 PIE*serk,使完整，可能来自 PIE*ser, 连接，绑，词源同 series,berserk.
- sartorial (adj.)
- "pertaining to a tailor," 1807, from Modern Latin sartorius, from Late Latin sartor "tailor" (source also of French sartre "tailor"), literally "patcher, mender," from Latin sart-, past participle stem of sarcire "to patch, mend," from PIE root *serk- "to make whole." Earlier in English in same sense was Related: sartorian (1660s). Sartorius as the name of the long leg muscle is because it is used in crossing the legs to bring them into the position needed to sit like a tailor. Related: Sartorially.
- 1. James gave him some sartorial advice.
- 2. John has never been known for his sartorial elegance.
- 3. John has been known for his sartorial elegance.
- 4. Jeans a powerful egalitarian message, but are far more likely to a sartorial deathtrap for politicians.
- 政客们穿上牛仔裤是传递亲民的讯息, 但也更容易犯穿衣禁忌.
- 5. But anyone with similar designs on Brother Sharp's sartorial tips is out of luck.
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