- vt. 用绞盘拉
- n. 绞车；曲柄
- n. (Winch)人名；(英)温奇
- winch (v.)
- "to hoist with a winch," 1520s, from winch (n.). Related: Winched; winching.
- winch (n.)
- late 13c., from Old English wince "winch, pulley," from Proto-Germanic *winkja-, from PIE *weng- "to bend, curve" (see wink (v.)). Perhaps so called in reference to the bent handle.
- 1. He would attach a cable around the chassis of the car and winch it up on to the canal bank.
- 2. Sunday, however, is a word winch never pollutes his mouth.
- 然而, “星期日”是一个从来没有玷污过他嘴巴的词儿.
- 3. A winch allows the birds to be lowered or raised.
- 4. I partook of the infinte calm in winch she lay.
- 5. The winch was again put into operation and one of the men started up the truck.
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