- n. 锈；生锈；[植保] 锈病
- vt. 使生锈；腐蚀
- vi. 生锈；成铁锈色；变迟钝
- n. (Rust)人名；(英)拉斯特；(德、捷、瑞典)鲁斯特；(法)吕斯特
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1. red => rust.
2. => "red oxide of iron".
来自古英语 rust,锈，锈蚀，来自 PIE*reudh,红色的，来自 PIE*reudh,红色的，词源同 red,russet.
- rust: [OE] Etymologically, rust means ‘reddened’. The word goes back ultimately to the Indo-European base *reudh- ‘red’ (source also of English red). This produced a prehistoric Germanic noun which has evolved into German and Swedish rost, Dutch roest, and English and Danish rust.
- rust (v.)
- early 13c., from rust (n.). Transitive sense "cause to rust" is from 1590s. Related: Rusted; rusting.
- rust (n.)
- "red oxide of iron," Old English rust "rust; moral canker," related to rudu "redness," from Proto-Germanic *rusta- (cognates: Frisian rust, Old High German and German rost, Middle Dutch ro(e)st), from PIE *reudh-s-to- (cognates: Lithuanian rustas "brownish," rudeti "to rust;" Latin robigo, Old Church Slavonic ruzda "rust"), from root *reudh- "red" (see red (adj.1)).
As a plant disease, attested from mid-14c. Rust Belt "decayed urban industrial areas of mid-central U.S." (1984) was popularized, if not coined, by Walter Mondale's presidential campaign.
- 1. Rust and flaking paint mean the metalwork is in poor condition.
- 2. Ray painted below the waterline with a special anti-rust paint.
- 3. pipes covered with rust
- 4. It is better to wear out than rust out.
- 5. As rust is to iron, so is laziness to man.
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