英 ['biːz(ə)m; 'bɪz-]
来自PIE *bhes, 刺，指用灌木枝扎的扫帚。词源同broom, 扫帚，字母r,s 音变。
- besom (n.)
- Old English besma "bundle of twigs" (used as a broom or a flail), from West Germanic *besmon (cognates: Old Frisian besma, Old Saxon besmo, Old High German besmo, German Besen, Dutch bezem), which is of unknown origin. Perhaps "something bound or twisted," from PIE *bheidh-.
- 1. Hearing the bell, he put down the besom quickly and opened the door.
- 听到门铃响, 他赶忙撂下了扫把去开门.
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