英 ['rɪkəʃeɪ; -ʃet]
来自法语 ricochet,打水漂，水面溜石子，词源不详。后用于军事俚语指枪弹弹片反弹误伤， 后词义通用化。
- ricochet (v.)
- 1758, originally in a military sense, from French ricochet (n.) "the skipping of a shot, or of a flat stone on water" (see ricochet (n.). Related: Ricochetted; ricochetting.
- ricochet (n.)
- 1769, from ricochet (v.) or French ricochet "the skipping of a shot or of a flat stone on water," but in earliest French use (15c.) "verbal to-and-fro," and only in the phrase fable du ricochet, an entertainment in which the teller of a tale skillfully evades questions, and chanson du ricochet, a kind of repetitious song; of uncertain origin.
- 1. He was wounded in the shoulder by a ricochet.
- 2. It hit the kerb on the nearside and seemed to ricochet across the road on two wheels.
- 3. We need a lucky ricochet to go our way.
- 4. The shots just ricochet off his body like nothin '.
- 5. In other words, it irrefutably proves that it was a ricochet.
- 也就是说, 这毫无疑问的证明了此次悲剧的发生仅仅是一个意外.
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