- n. 领班；陪审团主席
- n. (Foreman)人名；(英、西)福尔曼
- foreman (n.)
- early 13c., "a leader," from fore- + man (n.). From 1530s as "principal juror;" 1570s in the sense of "principal workman." Similar formation in Dutch voorman, German Vormann, Danish formand. Also in 17c., a slang word for "penis." Fem. form forewoman is from 1709, originally of a jury; forelady is from 1867 in reference to juries, 1888 of shops, American English.
- 1. The foreman here is in charge of twenty workmen.
- 2. The foreman jumped on the workers for the slightest fault.
- 3. The foreman overlooked a large number of workers.
- 4. The foreman distributes the work every morning.
- 5. The foreman ganged the men together.
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