- n. 束；构架；捆
- vt. 捆绑；用构架支撑
- n. (Truss)人名；(德)特鲁斯；(英)特拉斯
来自古法语 trousse,包裹，捆，可能来自通俗拉丁语*torciare,转，扭成团，来自拉丁语 torquere, 扭曲，扭转，词源同 turn,trousseau.引申诸相关词义。
- truss (n.)
- c. 1200, "collection of things bound together," from Old French trousse, torse "parcel, package, bundle," of uncertain origin, perhaps from Vulgar Latin *torciare "to twist," from Late Latin torquere (see torque (n.)). Meaning "surgical appliance to support a rupture, etc." first attested 1540s. Sense of "framework for supporting a roof or bridge" is first recorded 1650s.
- truss (v.)
- c. 1200, "to load, load up," from Anglo-French trusser, Old French trusser, torser "to load, fill, pack, fasten" (11c.), from Old French trousse, torse (see truss (n.)). Related: Trussed; trussing.
- 1. Put stuffing into the cavity and truss the bird.
- 2. Some people like to truss up the turkey.
- 3. He was bearing a truss of trifles at his back.
- 4. Its lower end is anchored at the erection truss by a clamp.
- 5. The truss comprises four plane trusses each two panels and each panel has one diagonal brace.
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