- n. 手法，技巧；熟练，灵巧；诡计
- n. (Sleight)人名；(英)斯莱特
来自 sly,狡猾的，敏捷的，-eight,构成名词，比较 weight,height.常见于习语 sleight of hand,敏 捷手法，用于指玩魔术或其它等的技巧，后引申词义把戏，花招。
- sleight (n.)
- "cunning," early 14c. alteration of sleahthe (c. 1200), from Old Norse sloegð "cleverness, cunning, slyness," from sloegr (see sly). Meaning "skill, cleverness, dexterity" is from late 14c. Meaning "feat or trick requiring quickness and nimbleness of the hands" is from 1590s. Term sleight of hand is attested from c. 1400.
- 1. He accused Mr MacGregor of "sleight of hand".
- 2. The trick is done simply by sleight of hand.
- 3. With a little statistical sleight of hand they could make things look all right.
- 4. In the theater of the media there is an economic sleight of hand.
- 5. He makes a coin disappear by sleight of hand.
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