- n. 回避；挡开；闪避的回答
- vt. 回避；挡开
- vi. 回避；阻挡
- n. (Parry)人名；(英、法)帕里
3. para- "defense, protection against; that which protects from," from Italian para, imperative of parare "to ward off," => parry.
- parry (v.)
- 1630s, from French parez! (which commonly would have been heard in fencing lessons), imperative of parer "ward off," from Italian parare "to ward or defend a blow" (see para- (2)). Related: Parried; parrying. Non-fencing use is from 1718. The noun is 1705, from the verb.
- 1. Martin Parry, author of the report, says it's time for concerted action by world leaders.
- 2. I did not want to wound him, but to restrict myself to defence, to parry his attacks.
- 3. We sought to parry the charateristic Soviet lunge with fancy footwork.
- 4. The question was a quick, shrewd parry.
- 5. He could no longer parry the fierce attacks of the latter by simple avoidance.
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