- vt. 欺骗
- n. （象棋）车；骗子，赌棍；白嘴鸦
- n. (Rook)人名；(德、荷)罗克；(英)鲁克
来自古英语 hroc,乌鸦，来自 Proto-Germanic*khrokaz,乌鸦，来自 PIE*kerk,*ker,尖叫声，拟 声词，词源同 crow,raven.
- rook (n.1)
- "European crow," Old English hroc, from Proto-Germanic *khrokaz (cognates: Old Norse hrokr, Middle Dutch roec, Dutch roek, Middle Swedish roka, Old High German hruoh "crow"), possibly imitative of its raucous voice (compare Gaelic roc "croak," Sanskrit kruc "to cry out"). Used as a disparaging term for persons since at least c. 1500, and extended by 1570s to mean "a cheat," especially at cards or dice.
- rook (n.2)
- chess piece, c. 1300, from Old French roc, from Arabic rukhkh, from Persian rukh, of unknown meaning, perhaps somehow related to the Indian name for the piece, rut, from Hindi rath "chariot." Confused in Middle English with roc.
- rook (v.)
- "to defraud by cheating" (originally especially in a game), 1590s, from rook (n.1) in some sense (such as "a gull, simpleton," but this is not attested until 17c.). Related: Rooked; rooking.
- 1. This unexpected move serves to draw the black rook into the game.
- 2. I, said Rook, With my little book, I'll be the person.
- 是我, 乌鸦说, 我将为他当牧师, 用我的小本子.
- 3. This was sacrificing a pawn to save a rook.
- 4. Take . take it all . rook to king, Oh I've been guarding something.
- 从车子到国王.我一直在保护的东西. 统统拿走.
- 5. Chess includes rook, knight, bishop, queen, king and pawn.
- 国际象棋有车 、 马 、 象 、 后 、 王和卒.
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