英 ['dɪŋbæt] 美 ['dɪŋ'bæt]
  • n. 主意;容易投掷的东西;钱
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dingbat 笨蛋

词源不详。可能来自ding, 击打,bat, 棍,引申义打傻。

dingbat (n.)
1838, American English, some kind of alcoholic drink, of unknown origin. One of that class of words (such as dingus, doohickey, gadget, gizmo, thingumabob) which are conjured up to supply names for items whose proper names are unknown or not recollected. Used at various periods for "money," "a professional tramp," "a muffin," "a typographical ornament," "male genitalia," "a Chinese," "an Italian," "a woman who is neither your sister nor your mother," and "a foolish person in authority." Popularized in sense of "foolish person" by U.S. TV show "All in the Family" (1971-79), though this usage dates from 1905.
1. You would be a dingbat even to try it.


2. Is this the dingbat you mean?


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