英 ['mʌŋɡə] 美
  • vt. 传播,贩卖
  • n. 商人,贩子
  • n. (Monger)人名;(英)蒙格
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monger 商人,贩子,中间人


monger (n.)
Old English mangere "merchant, trader, broker," from mangian "to traffic, trade," from Proto-Germanic *mangojan (cognates: Old Saxon mangon, Old Norse mangari "monger, higgler"), from Latin mango (genitive mangonis) "dealer, trader, slave-dealer," related to mangonium "displaying of wares." Not in Watkins, but Buck (with Tucker) describes it as "one who adorns his wares to give them an appearance of greater value" and writes it is probably a loan-word based on Greek manganon "means of charming or bewitching." Used in comb. form in English since at least 12c.; since 16c. chiefly with overtones of petty and disreputable.
monger (v.)
1928, from monger (n.). Not considered to be from Old English mangian. Related: Mongered; mongering (1846).
1. And you know who our champion rumour - monger is - Chao Po - tao !
赵伯韬 惯会造谣言!


2. He was not a fame - monger , but merely one of God's mad lovers.
他不是追名逐利之徒, 只不过是上帝的痴迷的情人而已.


3. The war - monger would sometimes posture for peace.
战争贩子 有时也会装出主张和平的姿态.


4. This paper reveals the internal relations and properties of the Cayley - Monger determinant and Cram determinant.


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