- vt. 钳住；签准
- n. 虎钳，老虎钳；签证
- n. (Vise)人名；(巴基)维塞
- vise (n.)
- early 14c., "a winch, crane," from Anglo-French vice, Old French vis, viz "screw," from Latin vitis "vine, tendril of a vine," literally "that which winds," from root of viere "to bind, twist" (see withy). Also in Middle English, "device like a screw or winch for bending a crossbow or catapult; spiral staircase; the screw of a press; twisted tie for fastening a hood under the chin." The modern meaning "clamping tool with two jaws closed by a screw" is first recorded c. 1500.
- 1. The carpenter held the piece of wood in a vise.
- 2. The scored jaws of a vise help it bite the work.
- 3. The old man's fists closed like a vise, and his chest heaved with suppressed rage.
- 老头儿的拳头象老虎钳一般捏紧了, 胸膛因为满腔愤怒而起伏着.
- 4. Joints are more easily opened, when one end is secured in a vise.
- 5. The vise ( parallel - jaw vice ) is available to all of the bench work.
- 所有的钳工工作都可使用台钳 ( 平口钳 ).
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