- n. 葡萄干
- n. (Raisin)人名；(法)雷森
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1. raise + in => raisin => raise water from the inner of grapes. 使葡萄里面的水分上升变成水蒸气蒸发掉。
来自古法语 raisin,葡萄，葡萄干，来自拉丁语 racemus,葡萄，词源同 retsina,rosin.
- raisin:  Raisin comes ultimately from a Latin word that meant ‘bunch of grapes’. This was racēmus (source also of English raceme ). It passed via Vulgar Latin *racīmus into Old French as raisin, by which time it had come to mean just ‘grape’ rather ‘bunch of grapes’. And it was already developing further to ‘dried grape’ by the time English acquired it.
- raisin (n.)
- "dried sweet grape," c. 1300, from Anglo-French raycin (late 13c.), Old French raisin "grape; raisin," from Vulgar Latin *racimus, alteration of Latin racemus "cluster of grapes or berries" (also source of Spanish racimo, Italian racemo), probably from the same ancient lost Mediterranean language that gave Greek rhax (genitive rhagos) "grape, berry." In Middle English the word also could be used of grapes themselves. Dutch razun also is from French; German Rosine is from an Old French variant form.
- 1. I bought some lovely raisin buns at the bakery. Shall I bring you one with some tea?
- 2. " Here's a bit of raisin bread for you; eat it tomorrow.
- “ 这一包是葡萄浆的面包,请你收藏着, 明天好吃的.
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- 3. Ingredient: Apple, lemon grass, orange pericarp, spice, hip pericarp, raisin, hibiscus.
- 成份: 苹果 、 柠檬草 、 柑橘皮 、 香料 、 蔷薇果皮 、 葡萄干 、 芙蓉(木槿).
- 4. Why does an onion bagel cost more than a raisin bagel?
- 5. Pretty much , a raisin is just a dried grape!
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