CET4 TEM4 考 研 CET6
来自 sauce,盐渍物，调味料，酱，-age,名词后缀。引申词义香肠。词义演变比较 toilet,原义 为网，装化妆品的网兜。
- sausage:  A sausage is etymologically a dish made by ‘salting’. The word comes via Old Northern French saussiche from late Latin salsīcia, a noun use of the neuter plural of salsīcius ‘made by salting’. This in turn was based on Latin salsus ‘salted’, a derivative of sāl ‘salt’. The earliest record of the use of sausage dog for ‘dachshund’ (an allusion to its cylindrical shape, and also perhaps to the Germans’ supposed liking for sausages) dates from the late 1930s.
- sausage (n.)
- mid-15c., sawsyge, from Old North French saussiche (Modern French saucisse), from Vulgar Latin *salsica "sausage," from salsicus "seasoned with salt," from Latin salsus "salted" (see sauce).
- 1. The knife for cutting sausage was sitting in the sink.
- 2. A kilogram of garlic sausage, please.
- 3. He dropped his sausage on the pavement and someone's dog ate it, mustard and all.
- 4. The cream buns and sausage rolls were polished off in next to no time.
- 5. The sausage began to spit in the pan.
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