英 [kɔː'sɑːʒ; 'kɔːsɑːʒ]
cors, 同corp, 身体。原指紧身胸衣，后指胸衣上的装饰花束。
- corsage: see corpse
- corsage (n.)
- late 15c., "size of the body," from Old French cors "body" (see corpse); the meaning "body of a woman's dress, bodice" is from 1818 in fashion plates translated from French; 1843 in a clearly English context. Sense of "a bouquet worn on the bodice" is 1911, American English, apparently from French bouquet de corsage "bouquet of the bodice."
- 1. My wife waved her corsage in time to the music.
- 2. Straightening up, he came to our table, holding the other corsage in front of him.
- 他直起身躯, 朝我们的餐桌走来, 那另一束鲜花擎在他的胸前.
- 3. A bronze sequinned corsage, pinned on a black top teamed with a bronze sequinned skirt.
- 4. How did you know that I love red roses and that I prefer a wrist corsage?
- 5. Old Man Olsen was making a corsage of gardenias, just as he used to do.
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