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knight

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UK [naɪt]
  • n.(中世纪的)骑士;(英国)爵士(其名前冠以 Sir)
  • v.封(某人)为爵士
  • Web奈特;武士;马
Plural Form:knights  Present Participle:knighting  Past Tense:knighted  
knight
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n.
1.
(中世纪的)骑士(in the Middle Ages) a man of high social rank who had a duty to fight for his king. Knights are often shown in pictures riding horses and wearing armour .
2.
(英国)爵士(其名前冠以 Sir)(in Britain) a man who has been given a special honour by the king or queen and has the titleSir before his name
3.
(国际象棋中的)马a piece used in the game of chess that is shaped like a horse's head
IDM
a knight in shining armour
救人(尤指女子)于危难之中的男子;(拯救美人的)英雄a man who saves sb, especially a woman, from a dangerous situation
v.
1.
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~ sb
封(某人)为爵士to give sb the rank and title of a knight
He was knighted by the Queen for his services to industry.
他因对工业界的贡献获女王封为爵士。

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