1. 拼音：伤害; 上海。
来自 Shanghai,上海。因在 19 世纪中期在上海港口大量诓骗年青人到海上当水手而得名。
- shanghai (v.)
- "to drug a man unconscious and ship him as a sailor," 1854, American English, from the practice of kidnapping to fill the crews of ships making extended voyages, such as to the Chinese seaport of Shanghai.
- Chinese seaport, literally "by the sea," from Shang "on, above" + hai "sea." In 19c., a long-legged breed of hens, supposed to have come from there; hence U.S. slang senses relating to long, tall persons or things.
- 1. I fell in with him at a bookstore in Shanghai.
- 2. Distantly, to her right, she could make out the city of Shanghai.
- 在她的右侧, 她能远远地分辨出上海这座城市.
- 3. I struck on that antique in a small shop in Shanghai.
- 4. Shanghai is the most important industrial base of China.
- 5. He'll get to Shanghai in a day or two.
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