- n. 斜接；主教法冠；僧帽
- vt. 将…斜接
- vi. 斜接
- n. (Mitre)人名；(西、罗)米特雷；(英)迈特；(法)米特
- mitre (n.)
- bishop's tall hat, late 14c., from Old French mitre, from Latin mitra "headband, turban," from Greek mitra "headband, turban," earlier a belt or cloth worn under armor about the waist, from PIE root *mei- "to tie" (cognates: Sanskrit Mitrah, Old Persian Mithra-, god names; Russian mir "world, peace," Greek mitos "a warp thread"). In Latin, "a kind of headdress common among Asiatics, the wearing of which by men was regarded in Rome as a mark of effeminacy" [OED]. But the word was used in Vulgate to translate Hebrew micnepheth "headdress of a priest."
- 1. And I said, Let them set a fair mitre upon his head.
- 我说, 要将洁净的冠冕戴在他头上.
- 2. Digital Display Double Precision Mitre Saw is used for cutting profiles of alu - door - window and curtain wall.
- 3. Curiously enough the mitre resembles and possibly derives from the headgear of old Magi.
- 4. And in this among them, related to cost, value is law of Mitre card Er.
- 而在这其中, 与成本 、 价值相关的是迈特卡尔定律.
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