- n. 联盟；社团；范畴
- vt. 使…结盟；与…联合
- vi. 团结；结盟
- n. (League)人名；(英)利格
CET4 TEM4 考 研 TOEFL CET6
banlieue n.f. 郊区，市郊: 在中世纪，每当封建领主组建军队参战时，其附庸都要承担为其出征的义务。届时，领主会下达一道动员令（ban），将其所有的附庸都召集起来。当时的法律规定，领主所住城市方圆一古里（lieue，约合4公里）之内的区域都属于该领主的地盘，在这片区域内，领主所下达的动员令同样有效。因此，人们就将这片区域称作“banlieue”。
- league (n.1)
- "alliance," mid-15c., ligg, from Middle French ligue "confederacy, league" (15c.), from Italian lega, from legare "to tie, to bind," from Latin ligare "to bind" (see ligament). Originally among nations, subsequently extended to political associations (1846) and sports associations (1879). League of Nations first attested 1917 (created 1919).
- league (n.2)
- distance of about three miles, late 14c., ultimately from Late Latin leuga (source also of French lieue, Spanish legua, Italian lega), said by Roman writers to be from Gaulish. A vague measure (perhaps originally an hour's hike) never in official use in England, where it is recorded more often in poetic than in practical writing.
- league (v.)
- "to form a league," 1610s, from league (n.1). Related: Leagued; leaguing.
- 1. Australian rugby league enjoys a huge following in New Zealand.
- 2. His pitching was a legend among major league hitters.
- 3. Britain has dropped from second to third place in the league.
- 4. This merely strengthens our resolve to win the league.
- 5. The New England team are the worst in the league.
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