- n. [车辆] 车辆；工具；交通工具；运载工具；传播媒介；媒介物
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- vehicle:  A vehicle is etymologically something that ‘carries’. The word comes via French véhicule from Latin vehiculum, a derivative of vehere ‘carry’. This also gave English convex, inveigh, vector  (etymologically a ‘carrier’), and vex , and it came ultimately from a prehistoric Indo- European base *wegh-, ancestor also of English waggon, way, weigh, etc.
=> convex, inveigh, vector, vex, waggon, way, weigh
- vehicle (n.)
- 1610s, "a medium through which a drug or medicine is administered," also "any means of conveying or transmitting," from French véhicule (16c.), from Latin vehiculum "means of transport, vehicle, carriage, conveyance," from vehere "to bear, carry, convey," from PIE *wegh- "to go, transport in a vehicle" (cognates: Old English wegan "to carry;" Old Norse vegr, Old High German weg "way;" Middle Dutch wagen "wagon;" see wagon). Sense of "cart or other conveyance" in English first recorded 1650s.
- 1. The vehicle that permitted both communication and acceptability was social revolution.
- 2. The President's unescorted vehicle was ambushed just outside the capital.
- 3. The driver managed to escape from the vehicle and shout a warning.
- 4. A few minutes later the bomb went off, destroying the vehicle.
- 5. She did none of the maintenance on the vehicle itself.
[ vehicle 造句 ]