- n. 阶梯
- n. (Stile)人名；(意)斯蒂莱
1. stair, stirrup => Proto-Germanic *stig- "to climb" => stile.
2. A stile is etymologically something you 'climb'.
来自古英语 stigel,台阶，梯子，来自 Proto-Germanic*stig,爬，上升，来自 PIE*steigh,爬，上 升，词源同 stair,stirrup.拼写比较 rule,regulate.
- stile: [OE] A stile is etymologically something you ‘climb’. The word goes back ultimately to the prehistoric Germanic base *stig- ‘climb’ (source also of English stair, stirrup, etc, and of German steigen ‘climb, rise’).
=> stair, stirrup
- stile (n.)
- Old English stigel, stile "device for climbing, ladder," related to stigen "to climb," from Proto-Germanic *stig- "to climb" (see stair). An arrangement to allow persons to pass but not sheep and cattle.
- 1. Vaulting the stile, he headed diagonally across the paddock.
- 2. At the far end of the meadow two slates in the wall, which at this point replaced the hedge, indicated a stile.
- 在草地的另一端, 树篱围墙中有两块石板和树篱相连.看得出这是供人越过树篱的阶梯.
- 3. He knew he was within five steps of the stile leading into Widow Douglas'grounds.
来自英汉文学 - 汤姆历险
- 4. He paused to give Alexandra his hand as she stepped over the stile.
- 5. A: We put tokens in this slot and push the turn _ stile, right?
- 我们将代币投入这个孔,然后推这个十字转门, 对 吗 ?
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