upbraidyoudaoicibaDictYouDict[upbraid 词源字典]
upbraid: [OE] Upbraid originally meant ‘throw something up against someone as a fault’. It was formed from up and the ancestor of modern English braid, which used to mean ‘throw’, amongst other things. The object of the verb was originally the ‘fault’; the shift of focus to the ‘person blamed’ began in the 13th century.
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upbraid (v.)youdaoicibaDictYouDict
Old English upbregdan "bring forth as a ground for censure," from up (adv.) + bregdan "move quickly, intertwine" (see braid (v.)). Similar formation in Middle Swedish upbrygdha. Meaning "scold" is first attested late 13c. Related: Upbraided; upbraiding.