- n. 皮带；皮鞭；人字拖鞋
- vt. 鞭打；给…装上皮带
- n. (Thong)人名；(中)唐(广东话·威妥玛)；(泰、老、柬)通
来自中古英语 thong, 来自古英语 thwong,皮条， 皮鞭， 来自 Proto-Germanic*thwang, 来自 PIE*twengh,压紧，束缚，可能进一步来自 PIE*dwo,二，双，词源同 two,twist,twinge.词义由 二引申为扭曲，扭紧，束缚等。字母 w 脱落，比较同源词 how,who,when.
- thong: [OE] Etymologically, a thong is something that ‘binds’ up. The word comes from a prehistoric Germanic *thwangg-, which also produced German zwang ‘constraint’. In the Old English period it was thwong; it began to lose its w in the 13th century.
- thong (n.)
- Old English þwong, þwang "narrow strip of leather" (used as a cord, band, strip, etc.), from Proto-Germanic *thwang- (cognates: Old Norse þvengr), from PIE root *twengh- "to press in on, to restrain" (cognates: Old English twengan "to pinch, squeeze"). As a kind of sandal, first attested 1965; as a kind of bikini briefs, 1990.
- 1. He fastened the dog to the post with a thong.
- 2. If I switch with Harry, do I have to wear a thong?
- 如果我和哈里调换, 我应该穿皮带 吗 ?
- 3. STRETCH VELVET, EMBROIDERY AND RHINESTONE THONG PANTY With adjustable elastic sides.
- 性感内裤:弹性天鹅绒布料上缀有人造钻石, 贵气的闪亮!侧边松紧带可调整.
- 4. The flexible portion of a whip, such as a plait or thong.
- 鞭梢鞭子上柔韧易弯曲的部分, 如鞭状物或皮鞭.
- 5. In the 1980 s, the popular thong bikini was introduced into American fashion.
- 在1980年代, 普及的皮带式比基尼(thongbijini)引入美国时装界.
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