英 ['beɪlɪ] 美 ['beli]
  • n. 城壁,外栅;城堡外庭
  • n. (Bailey)人名;(英)贝利,贝莉 (女名);(葡)拜莱;(西)贝利
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bailey 堡场

来自拉丁词bacula, 杆,棍,词源同bachelor. 指用棍子围起来的简易堡场,小村庄。

bailey (n.)
"wall enclosing an outer court," early 14c. (c. 1200 in Anglo-Latin), baylle, variant of bail, from Old French bail "stake, palisade, brace," which is of unknown origin, perhaps ultimately connected to Latin bacula "sticks," on notion of "stakes, palisade fence." Old Bailey, seat of Central Criminal Court in London, was so called because it stood within the ancient bailey of the city wall. The surname Bailey usually is from Old French bailli, a later form of baillif (see bailiff).
1. After the scandal was exposed, Dr Bailey committed suicide.


2. As applications, several identities of Rogers - Ramanujan type are demonstrated , especially , the concrete applications of ( a, q, 3 ) - Bailey pairs are given.
作为实例, 给出了 ( a, q, 3 ) Bailey对和几个RogersRamanujan型恒等式的证明.


3. We had that man before us at the Old Bailey.'
我们在老贝勒见过面的. ”

来自英汉文学 - 双城记

4. Who made the Old Bailey a judge of beauty?

来自英汉文学 - 双城记

5. But there must be another line after'the bells of Old Bailey '.
在“老贝莱的钟声 ” 后面,准保还有一句.


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