- n. [解剖] 腱
- n. (Tendon)人名；(法)唐东
1. altered (by influence of Latin tendere "stretch") of Late Latin tenon, from Greek tenon (genitive tenontos) "tendon, sinew," from teinein "stretch".
2. ten- + -on(希腊语后缀) => tenon => tendon(受拉丁语词根tend-的影响).
3. tend- + -on.
- tendon (n.)
- 1540s, from Medieval Latin tendonem (nominative tendo), altered (by influence of Latin tendere "to stretch") from Late Latin tenon, from Greek tenon (genitive tenontos) "tendon, sinew," from PIE *ten-on- "something stretched," from root *ten- "to stretch" (see tenet).
- 1. Whilst playing badminton, I ruptured my Achilles tendon.
- 2. He was running at full speed when a tendon snapped in his leg.
- 3. She did all this tendon damage and it really disabled her.
- 4. A tendon consists of parallel fibres.
- 5. I think I have to align the tendon next week or something.
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