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harness

US [ˈhɑrnəs]
UK [ˈhɑː(r)nɪs]
  • n.马具;挽具;(用于人,起固定或保护作用的)背带
  • v.控制;给(马等)上挽具;用挽具把…套到…上
  • Web利用;治理;线束
Plural Form:harnesses  Present Participle:harnessing  Past Tense:harnessed  
harness
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n.
1.
马具;挽具a set of strips of leather and metal pieces that is put around a horse's head and body so that the horse can be controlled and fastened to a carriage , etc.
2.
(用于人,起固定或保护作用的)背带,保护带a set of strips of leather, etc. for fastening sth to a person's body or to keep them from moving off or falling
a safety harness
安全带
IDM
in harness
(尤指休息或假期结束后)做正常工作doing your normal work, especially after a rest or a holiday
in harness (with sb)
(同某人)联手;密切合作working closely with sb in order to achieve sth
v.
1.
给(马等)上挽具;用挽具把…套到…上to put a harness on a horse or other animal; to attach a horse or other animal to sth with a harness
to harness a horse
给马上挽具
We harnessed two ponies to the cart.
我们把两匹矮种马套到了车上。
In some areas, the poor feel harnessed to their jobs.
有些地区的穷人感觉终身被套牢在他们的工作上。
2.
~ sth
控制,利用(以产生能量等)to control and use the force or strength of sth to produce power or to achieve sth
attempts to harness the sun's rays as a source of energy
利用日光作为能源的尝试
We must harness the skill and creativity of our workforce.
我们必须尽量发挥全体职工的技能和创造力。

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