- n. 遮阳板；面甲；帽舌
- vt. （用面具等）遮护
- visor:  A visor is etymologically something that covers the ‘face’. The word was borrowed from Anglo-Norman viser, a derivative of Old French vis ‘face’. This in turn was descended from Latin vīsus ‘sight, appearance’ (a noun use of the past participle of vidēre ‘see’, source of English vision, visit, etc), which in post-classical times was used for ‘face’. Another derivative of Old French vis was visage ‘face’, from which English got visage .
=> visit, vision
- visor (n.)
- c. 1300, viser, "front part of a helmet," from Anglo-French viser, Old French visiere "visor" (13c.), from vis "face" (see visage). Spelling shifted 15c. Meaning "eyeshade" is recorded from 1925.
- 1. He pulled on a battered old crash helmet with a scratched visor.
- 2. I put down the sun visor to shade my eyes from the light.
- 3. I had to stop at the traffic lights and put down the sun visor to shade my eyes from the light.
- 4. His visor was up; there were death in his smile.
- 他的脸甲并没放下来; 脸上的笑容里,含着一团杀气.
- 5. The motor - cyclist raised / lowered his visor.
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