- n. 花花公子；过分讲究衣饰或举动的人
- n. (Fop)人名；(捷)福普
1. fool person => fop.
词源不详。可能来自德语foppen, 嘲笑，傻瓜，来自focken, 繁殖，性交，最终可追溯至fuck. 引申义成了somebody-in-law. 最后该词用来指纨绔子弟，花花公子，带有嘲讽意味。
- fop (n.)
- mid-15c., "foolish person," of unknown origin, perhaps related to obsolete verb fop "make a fool of," from a continental source akin to German foppen "jeer at, make a fool of." Sense of "dandy, coxcomb, man ostentatiously nice in manner and appearance" is from 1670s, perhaps given in derision by those who thought such things foolish. The 18c. was their period of greatest florescense. The junior variety was a fopling (1680s).
His was the sumptuous age of powder and patches. He was especially dainty in the matters of sword-knots, shoe-buckles, and lace ruffles. He was ablaze with jewelry, took snuff with an incomparable air out of a box studded with diamonds, and excelled in the "nice conduct of a clouded cane." [Charles J. Dunphie, "Fops and Foppery," New York, 1876]
- 1. A young fop minced up to George and introduced himself.
- 2. The most contemptible of the personages in the play is the courtly fop Osric.
- 3. About 600 people throughout the world suffer from the incurable FOP.
- 4. To investigate CT features and value of diagnosis of focal organizing pneumonia ( FOP ).
- 探讨局灶性机化性 肺炎 的CT特点及诊断价值.
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