英 [trʌmp] 美 [trʌmp]
  • n. 王牌;法宝;喇叭
  • vt. 胜过;打出王牌赢
  • vi. 出王牌;吹喇叭
  • n. (Trump)人名;(英)特朗普
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1. triumph => trump.
2. trumpet => trump.
trump 喇叭,号声,欺骗,捏造

来自古法语 trompe,号角,喇叭,拟声词,词源同 trombone,大号,长号。引申词义吹喇叭, 大吹法螺,欺骗,捏造等。

trump: There are two distinct words trump in English. The now archaic term for a ‘trumpet’ [13] is of Germanic origin, although it and its derivatives reached English via the Romance languages. Its ultimate source was Old High German trumpa, which no doubt started life as an imitation of the sound made by the instrument it denoted. This passed into English via Old French trompe. Its diminutive trompette has given English trumpet [13], while its Italian relative trombone (literally ‘big trump’) is the source of English trombone. The cards term trump [16] is an alteration of triumph.
=> drum, trombone, trumpet; triumph
trump (v.1)
"surpass, beat," 1580s, from trump (n.). Related: Trumped; trumping.
trump (n.1)
"playing card of a suit ranking above others," 1520s, alteration of triumph (n.), which also was the name of a card game.
trump (v.2)
"fabricate, devise," 1690s, from trump "deceive, cheat" (1510s), from Middle English trumpen (late 14c.), from Old French tromper "to deceive," of uncertain origin. Apparently from se tromper de "to mock," from Old French tromper "to blow a trumpet." Brachet explains this as "to play the horn, alluding to quacks and mountebanks, who attracted the public by blowing a horn, and then cheated them into buying ...." The Hindley Old French dictionary has baillier la trompe "blow the trumpet" as "act the fool," and Donkin connects it rather to trombe "waterspout," on the notion of turning (someone) around. Connection with triumph also has been proposed. Related: Trumped; trumping. Trumped up "false, concocted" first recorded 1728.
trump (n.2)
"trumpet," c. 1300, from Old French trompe "long, tube-like musical wind instrument" (12c.), cognate with Provençal tromba, Italian tromba, all probably from a Germanic source (compare Old High German trumpa, Old Norse trumba "trumpet"), of imitative origin.
1. They've linked her with various men, including magnate Donald Trump.


2. Marla was recently seen slinging her shoes at Trump.


3. The Socialists tried to trump this with their slogan.


4. He played a trump.


5. I played a trump and won the trick.


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