- n. 齐射；齐鸣；齐声欢呼喝彩；保留条款；遁辞
- vt. 齐鸣
- vi. 齐鸣
- n. (Salvo)人名；(意、西、葡)萨尔沃
1. salute => salvo.
2. => literally "hail for be in good health!".
来自意大利语 salva,敬礼，致敬，鸣枪，鸣炮，来自拉丁语 salve,欢呼，祝健康（比较汉语 万岁万岁万万岁），祈使格于拉丁语 salvare,救护，使安全，祝健康，来自 PIE*sol,完整的， 词源同 solid,save,salute.其原义为一种鸣枪欢迎仪式，类似于现在的国家元首访问鸣礼炮，后 词义通用化，用于指任何形式的同时鸣枪或鸣炮。
- salvo:  When English originally acquired the word salvo, it was in the forms salve or salva, which came respectively from French salve and its source, Italian salva. This originally meant ‘salute, greeting’ (it came from salvē ‘hail’, the imperative form of Latin salvēre ‘be in good health’, which is related to English safe, salubrious, salute, save, etc).
Important personages being greeted with a volley of gunfire, salva soon came to be used for such a discharge of guns (the related English salute has developed along the same lines – as in a ‘21-gun salute’). The form salvo, which emerged in the 17th century, is an alteration of salva.
=> safe, salute, save
- salvo (n.)
- 1719, alteration of salva (1590s) "simultaneous discharge of guns," from Italian salva "salute, volley" (French salve, 16c., is from Italian), from Latin salve "hail!," literally "be in good health!," the usual Roman greeting, regarded as imperative of salvere "to be in good health," but properly vocative of salvus "healthy" (see safe (adj.)). The notion is of important visitors greeted with a volley of gunfire into the air; applied afterward to any concentrated fire from guns.
- 1. His testimony, however, was only one in a salvo of new attacks.
- 2. Three miles away there was a salvo of blasting in the quarry.
- 3. They were to fire a salvo of blanks, after the national anthem.
- 4. The first salvo exploded a short distance away.
- 5. The performance won a salvo of applause.
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