前缀bi-, 二。词根cep, 头，词源同cap.
- 1630s (adj.), from Latin biceps "having two parts," literally "two-headed," from bis "double" (see bis-) + -ceps comb. form of caput "head" (see capitulum). As a noun meaning "biceps muscle," from 1640s, so called for its structure. Despite the -s, it is singular, and classicists insist there is no such word as bicep.
- 1. My biceps was being crushed to a pulp.
- 2. Instead of beer belly, you'd get " beer biceps. "
- 喝啤酒不会长啤酒肚, 而是长二头肌.
- 3. Q . Is there a difference between right and left biceps?
- 4. He gave his biceps a flex to impress the ladies.
- 5. Q. Is there a difference between the right and left biceps?
- 问: 左手二头肌和右手二头肌有什么区别?
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