- n. 箍；铁环；呼呼声
- vt. 加箍于；包围
- vi. 发呼呼声
1. loop => hoop.
2. hook + loop => hoop.
- hoop (n.)
- late 12c., probably from an unrecorded Old English *hop, from Proto-Germanic *hopa-, a Low German-Frisian word (cognates: Old Frisian hop, Middle Dutch and Dutch hoep "hoop," Old Norse hop "a small bay"). As something someone jumps through (on horseback) as a circus trick, by 1793. Figurative use of jump through hoops by 1917. The verb is from mid-15c. Hoop-petticoat is attested from 1711. As a surname, Hooper, literally "maker of hoops" is early 13c.
- 1. The wooden tub is fitted with the iron hoop.
- 2. The acrobat could bend himself into a hoop.
- 3. The child was rolling a hoop.
- 4. " Bought it off'n Ben Rogers two weeks ago for a hoop - stick. "
- “ 两星期前用一根推铁环的棍子和贝恩-罗杰换的. ”
来自英汉文学 - 汤姆历险
- 5. A hula hoop can be spun around the body.
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