- n. 爪；螯，钳；爪形器具
- vi. 用爪抓（或挖）
- vt. 用爪抓（或挖）
CET4 TEM4 考 研 CET6
- claw (n.)
- Old English clawu, earlier clea, "claw, talon, iron hook," from Proto-Germanic *klawo (cognates: Old Frisian klawe "claw, hoe," Middle Dutch klouwe, Dutch klauw, Old High German klawa, German Klaue "claw"). Claw-foot in reference to furniture is from 1823; claw-and-ball attested from 1893. Claw-hammer attested from 1769.
- claw (v.)
- Old English clawian "to scratch, claw," from the same root as claw (n.). Related: Clawed; clawing. Compare Dutch klaauwen, Old High German klawan, German klauen. To claw back"regain by great effort" is from 1953; as a noun, an act of this, from 1969.
- 1. The dogs continued to paw and claw frantically at the chain mesh.
- 2. It has three pairs of legs, each ending in a large claw.
- 3. The Chancellor will try to claw back £3.5 billion in next year's Budget.
- 4. They will eventually be able to claw back all or most of the debt.
- 5. In the meantime his generals will want to claw back some of their old influence.
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