- jaunt (n.)
- 1670s in modern sense of "short pleasure trip," earlier "tiresome journey" (1590s), earlier as a verb, "tire a horse by riding back and forth on it" (1560s), of unknown origin, perhaps from some obscure Old French word. As a verb in the modern sense from 1640s. Related: Jaunted; jaunting.
- 1. They are off for a day's jaunt to the beach.
- 2. Who, on a Sunday jaunt to the shore or mountains, has not pitied some self - employed drudge?
- 哪一个星期天到海滨或山上去游览的人不同情那些辛辛苦苦的个体经营者 呢 ?
- 3. They jaunt about quite a lot, especially during the summer.
- 他们常常到处闲逛, 夏天更是如此.
- 4. She's gone on a jaunt into town.
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