- n. 长曲棍球
- n. (Lacrosse)人名；(法)拉克罗斯
- lacrosse:  French la crosse means ‘the hooked stick’ (crosse was originally borrowed from a prehistoric Germanic *kruk-, from which English got crook and crutch). French speakers in Canada used the term jeu de la crosse ‘game of the hooked stick’ to name a game played by the native Americans with netted sticks, and in due course this became reduced and lexicalized to lacrosse.
=> crook, crutch
- lacrosse (n.)
- 1718, American English, from Canadian French jeu de la crosse "game of the hooked sticks," from crosse "hooked stick," which is used to throw the ball, from Proto-Germanic *kruk- (see crook). Originally a North American Indian game. The native name is represented by Ojibwa (Algonquian) baaga'adowe "to play lacrosse."
- 1. In recent times the most striking exports have been in the vocabulary of lacrosse and hockey.
- 2. There was trauma; I got hit in the head during a lacrosse game.
- 我受过伤; 曲棍球比赛的时候,我的头被打中了.
- 3. He sprinted away with the ball cradled in his lacrosse stick.
- 4. A lacrosse net and equipment could be seen in the yard.
- 5. He plays two 2 sports, the lacrosse and football.
- 他做两种运动, 曲棍球和足球.
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