2. knack→knock(v. 敲，敲打)→敲门，窍门-------中英文均谐音，不是巧合胜似巧合，真是巧合中的巧合。
- knack (n.)
- mid-14c., "deception, trick, device," of uncertain origin, probably from a Low German word meaning "a sharp sounding blow" (compare Middle English knak, late 14c.; German knacken "to crack"), of imitative origin. Sense of "special skill" is first recorded 1580s, if this is in fact the same word. In old slang (mid-18c.-mid-19c.) nacky meant "full of knacks; ingenious, dexterous."
- 1. She has a knack of landing herself right in the soup.
- 2. "I have a knack for making friends, you know," she added meaningfully.
- 3. It's easy, once you've got the knack.
- 4. Making omelettes isn't difficult, but there's a knack to it.
- 做煎蛋饼并不难, 但有窍门.
- 5. There is a knack in tying ropes together.
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