- n. 小捆；小束
- vt. 把…卷成一捆
- vi. 卷成一捆
2. wisp <====> whisk.
- wisp (n.)
- early 14c., "handful or bundle of hay, grass, etc.," used for burning or cleaning or as a cushion; perhaps from an unrecorded Old English word, cognate with Norwegian and Swedish visp "wisp," of unknown origin; sometimes said to be connected with whisk or with Middle Low German and Middle Dutch wispel "a measure of grain." Meaning "thin, filmy portion" first attested 1836.
- 1. She's just a little bitty wisp of a girl.
- 2. A thin wisp of smoke straggled up through the trees.
- 3. She smoothed away a wisp of hair from her eyes.
- 4. A wisp of grey hair stuck out from under her hat.
- 5. A wisp of smoke is curling up from a chimney.
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