- vt. 抓住
- n. 巡警，警官
- n. (Cop)人名；(塞、捷)措普；(土)焦普
CET4 TEM4 考 研
1、cap- => cop.
来自词根cap, 抓，握，词源同capture, captive.
- cop (v.)
- 1704, northern British dialect, "to seize, to catch," perhaps ultimately from Middle French caper "seize, to take," from Latin capere "to take" (see capable); or from Dutch kapen "to take," from Old Frisian capia "to buy," which is related to Old English ceapian (see cheap). Related: Copped; copping.
- cop (n.)
- "policeman," 1859, abbreviation of earlier copper (n.2), 1846, from cop (v.).
- 1. Malone, a cop, felt as much an outsider as any of them.
- 2. To decline to vote is a cop-out.
- 3. The film's ending is an unsatisfactory cop-out.
- 4. Not turning up was just a cop-out.
- 5. The cop told him to button his lip.
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