- n. 精髓；核心；骨髓；要旨
- vt. 杀死；使瘫痪；除去…中的髓
- pith (n.)
- Old English piþa "pith of plants," also "essential part," from West Germanic *pithan- (cognates: Middle Dutch pitte, Dutch pit, East Frisian pit), a Low German root of uncertain origin. Figurative sense was in Old English. Pith helmet (1889, earlier pith hat, 1884) so called because it is made from the dried pith of the Bengal spongewood.
- pith (v.)
- "to kill by piercing the spinal cord," 1805, from pith (n.). Related: Pithed; pithing.
- 1. the pith of her argument
- 2. Using a sharp knife, cut away the pith and peel from both fruits.
- 3. Both the rubber and the pith ball are negatively charged.
- 4. The pith of this stemlike stele appears rather strongly like collenchyma tissue.
- 5. Major Shairpe, much spruced up and wearing a pith helmet , arrived on the dot of nine.
- 谢普少校打扮得整洁多了,戴着一顶编织着木髓的钢盔, 正好九点来到.
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