- n. 管；电子管；隧道；电视机
- vt. 使成管状；把…装管；用管输送
- vi. 乘地铁；不及格
CET4 TEM4 IELTS 考 研 TOEFL CET6
1. YouTube: 你的电视机。
来自拉丁语 tubus,管子，管道，词源同 tuba.
- tube:  The ultimate origins of tube are unclear. It comes, probably via French tube, from Latin tubus ‘tube’. This was closely related to tuba ‘war trumpet’, source of English tuba , but what their joint ancestor might be is not known.
- tube (n.)
- 1610s, from Middle French tube (15c.), from Latin tubus "tube, pipe," of unknown origin. The London subway was christened the Twopenny Tube (H.D. Browne, in the "Londoner" of June 30, 1900) before it even opened; tube for "cylindrical railway tunnel" is attested from 1847. The meaning "TV as a medium" is from 1959, short for cathode ray tube or picture tube. Tube top as a women's clothing style is attested from 1972. Tube steak is attested from 1963 as "frankfurter," slang meaning "penis" is recorded by mid-1980s.
- 1. The only baseball he saw was on the tube.
- 2. The secondary current sets up a magnetic field inside the tube.
- 3. That's Warwick Road, just opposite Earls Court tube station.
- 4. He prefers travelling on the Tube to riding in a limousine.
- 5. I took the tube then the train and came straight here.
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