英 [gæd] 美 [ɡæd]
  • n. 游荡;錾;尖头棒
  • vi. 游荡;闲逛;蔓延
  • vt. 用棒驱赶
  • int. 表示轻微的咒骂或惊讶(God的变形)
  • n. (Gad)人名;(阿拉伯)贾德;(德、葡、以、瑞典)加德
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gad 游荡,尖头棒

来自PIE*ghei, 刺,词源同gar, goad. 游荡义词源不详,可能是来自放牛,游荡,漫游。

gad (v.)
mid-15c., gadden, "go quickly, hurry," of uncertain origin, perhaps from gad (n.) "sharp stick for driving oxen" on the notion of moving as animals do when being driven by a gad. There also was a Middle English gadeling (Old English gædeling) "kinsman, companion in arms; fellow, man," but which had a deteriorated sense of "person of low birth, rogue, vagabond" by c. 1300 (it also had a meaning "wandering," but this is attested only from 16c.). Related: Gadding.
gad (n.)
c. 1300, "a goad, sharp pointed stick to drive oxen, etc.;" c. 1400, "sharp-pointed metal spike," from Old Norse gaddr "spike, nail," from Proto-Germanic *gadaz "pointed stick" (see yard (n.2)). Attested earlier as "metal bar or rod, ingot" (mid-13c.) hence also in Middle English a unit of length in land-measure, varying from 10 to 16 feet. Not related to goad (n.), but perhaps influenced by it in sense.
1. Don't think you'll keep me here while you gad about.


2. GABA yield was significantly positively correlated with shoot length and GAD activity in germinated brown rice.


3. ResultsAfter seizures, the number of GABA receptors and the expression of GAD model group than group.
结果致痫大鼠发作后, 脑组织GABA受体数量较对照组数量增加,GAD表达增强,凋亡细胞出现.


4. While they gad about the world, their children are neglected at home.
他们在世界各地游荡, 孩子在家无人照看.


5. He is always on the gad.


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