- n. （脑、肺等的）叶；裂片；耳垂；波瓣
- n. (Lobe)人名；(西)洛韦；(德、喀)洛贝
1. leaf => lobe.
- lobe:  Greek lobós denoted ‘something round’, such as the circular part of the ear or the liver, or a round seed pod. It came from a prehistoric *logwós, a close relative of which produced Latin legūmen ‘seed pod’ (source of English legume ). Lobós was borrowed into late Latin as lobus, and from there made its way into English.
- lobe (n.)
- early 15c., "a lobe of the liver or lungs," from Middle French lobe and directly from Medieval Latin lobus, from Late Latin lobus "hull, husk, pod," from Greek lobos "lobe of the ear, vegetable pod," perhaps related to Greek leberis "husk of fruits," from PIE *logwos. Extended 1670s to divisions of the brain.
- 1. Zita was herself unconventional, keeping a safety-pin stuck through her ear lobe.
- 2. Mike wants to get his lobe lanced.
- 3. In radiocommunications, the radiation in a lobe of a directional antenna.
- 在无线通信技术中, 定向天线以某一波瓣辐射的电磁能.
- 4. The engine uses a three - lobe rotor that rotates eccentrically in an oval housing.
- 5. Hepatomas localized to one lobe of the liver have been excised successfully on several occasions.
[ lobe 造句 ]