英 ['eɪkruː; e'kruː]
e-, 强调。-cru, 词源同raw, crude. 即生丝，未染色的。
- ecru (adj.)
- 1869, "having the color of raw silk or unbleached linen," from French écru "raw, unbleached," from Old French escru "raw, crude, rough" (13c.), from es- "thoroughly" (see ex-) + Latin crudus "raw" (see crude).
- 1. If I had had the big box, I would now know taupe and cerise and ecru.
- 我要是那时有大盒的蜡笔, 我就能分辨出灰褐色,樱桃红,还有米色.
- 2. They were small, somewhere between ecru and beige, but this was it.
- 它们很小, 淡褐色的, 但毕竟是不错的.
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