CET4 TEM4 考 研 TOEFL CET6
- weapon: [OE] Weapon comes from a prehistoric Germanic *wǣpnam, a source it shares with German waffe, Dutch wapen, Swedish vapen, and Danish vaaben. But of the ancestry of the Germanic form nothing certain is known.
- weapon (n.)
- Old English wæpen "instrument of fighting and defense, sword," also "penis," from Proto-Germanic *wæpnan (cognates: Old Saxon wapan, Old Norse vapn, Danish vaaben, Old Frisian wepin, Middle Dutch wapen, Old High German wafan, German Waffe "weapon"), from *webno-m, of unknown origin with no cognates outside Germanic.
- 1. They've stooped to using any and every weapon at their disposal.
- 2. The police nicked me for carrying an offensive weapon.
- 3. The report outlined possible uses for the new weapon.
- 4. Lewis was tried for unlawfully and dangerously discharging a weapon.
- 5. Enriched uranium is a key component of a nuclear weapon.
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