- n. 游荡；錾；尖头棒
- vi. 游荡；闲逛；蔓延
- vt. 用棒驱赶
- int. 表示轻微的咒骂或惊讶（God的变形）
- n. (Gad)人名；(阿拉伯)贾德；(德、葡、以、瑞典)加德
来自PIE*ghei, 刺，词源同gar, goad. 游荡义词源不详，可能是来自放牛，游荡，漫游。
- gad (v.)
- mid-15c., gadden, "go quickly, hurry," of uncertain origin, perhaps from gad (n.) "sharp stick for driving oxen" on the notion of moving as animals do when being driven by a gad. There also was a Middle English gadeling (Old English gædeling) "kinsman, companion in arms; fellow, man," but which had a deteriorated sense of "person of low birth, rogue, vagabond" by c. 1300 (it also had a meaning "wandering," but this is attested only from 16c.). Related: Gadding.
- gad (n.)
- c. 1300, "a goad, sharp pointed stick to drive oxen, etc.;" c. 1400, "sharp-pointed metal spike," from Old Norse gaddr "spike, nail," from Proto-Germanic *gadaz "pointed stick" (see yard (n.2)). Attested earlier as "metal bar or rod, ingot" (mid-13c.) hence also in Middle English a unit of length in land-measure, varying from 10 to 16 feet. Not related to goad (n.), but perhaps influenced by it in sense.
- 1. Don't think you'll keep me here while you gad about.
- 2. GABA yield was significantly positively correlated with shoot length and GAD activity in germinated brown rice.
- 3. ResultsAfter seizures, the number of GABA receptors and the expression of GAD model group than group.
- 结果致痫大鼠发作后, 脑组织GABA受体数量较对照组数量增加,GAD表达增强,凋亡细胞出现.
- 4. While they gad about the world, their children are neglected at home.
- 他们在世界各地游荡, 孩子在家无人照看.
- 5. He is always on the gad.
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