- n. 先锋；拓荒者
- vt. 开辟；倡导；提倡
- vi. 作先驱
CET4 TEM4 考 研 TOEFL CET6
- pioneer:  Pioneer was borrowed from French pionnier, a descendant of Old French paonier. This originally denoted a ‘foot soldier sent on ahead to clear the way’, and was a derivative of paon ‘foot soldier’ (whose Anglo-Norman version poun gave English pawn).
=> foot, pawn, pedal
- pioneer (n.)
- 1520s, "foot soldier who prepares the way for the army," from Middle French pionnier "foot-soldier, pioneer," from Old French paonier "foot-soldier" (11c.), from peon (see pawn (n.2)). Figurative sense of "person who goes first or does something first" is from c. 1600. Related: Pioneers.
- pioneer (v.)
- 1780, from pioneer (n.). Related: Pioneered; pioneering.
- 1. She was a suffragette and a birth control pioneer.
- 2. a pioneer in the field of microsurgery
- 3. " We must learn from Uncle Lei Feng,'said the Young Pioneer.
- 少先队员说道: “ 我们要向雷锋叔叔学习. ”
- 4. Li Dazhao was a pioneer of the Chinese revolution.
- 5. He is a pioneer in modern medical practice.
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