- n. 花花公子；喜修饰者；情郎
- adj. 美的；好的
- n. (Beau)人名；(英、德、法、葡)博
来自词根bel, 好的，漂亮的，见belle, 美女。
- beau (n.)
- "attendant suitor of a lady," 1720, from French beau "the beautiful," noun use of an adjective, from Old French bel "beautiful, handsome, fair, genuine, real" (11c.), from Latin bellus "handsome, fine, pretty, agreeable," diminutive of bonus "good" (see bene-). Meaning "man who attends excessively to dress, etiquette, etc.; a fop; a dandy" is from 1680s, short for French beau garçon "pretty boy" (1660s).
- 1. She appeared with her new beau.
- 2. The magnificent beau is dancing to the light of chandeliers.
- 3. Parsons. The markings , called Beau's Lines sometimes appear when the body is particularly stressed.
- 4. " Her beau, that boy Brent something - or - other who was killed at Gettysburg. "
- " 那个名叫布伦特什么的人,她的情人, 在葛底斯堡牺牲的那个小伙子. " "她的情人?"思嘉简单地重复.
- 5. " Her beau , nothing! He and his brother were my beaux. "
- 她的情人, 他和他哥哥都是我的情人呢.
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