简明英汉词典

hassle
[5hAsl]
n.
激战
vi.
争论
vt.
与...争辩

美国传统词典[双解]

hassle
has.sle
AHD:[h2s“…l] 【非正式用语】
D.J.[6h#s*l]
K.K.[6h#s*l]
n.(名词)

(1)

An argument or a fight.
争论或争斗

(2)

Trouble; bother.
麻烦;打扰
v.(动词)
has.sledhas.slinghas.sles
v.intr.(不及物动词)
To argue or fight:
争论或战争:
customers hassling with merchants over high prices.
顾客和商人因为过高的价格争吵起来
v.tr.(及物动词)
To bother or harass:
打扰或骚扰:
street gangs hassling passersby.
马路上聚集着混乱的过路人

语源
[Origin unknown]
[词源不明]

注释
It is difficult to believe that there were no hassles before 1945, but that is the year in which the noun hassle is first recorded in English. The origins of this word might be considered a hassle for the etymologist. An English dialect word, hassle, meaning “to hack at, cut with a blunt knife and with a sawing motion,” is recorded at the end of the 19th century. A Southern dialect word, hassle, “to pant, breathe heavily,” is also a possible source. A more popular notion has been that hassle is a blend, but here again we have a hassle. Three separate possibilities have been proposed, a combination of h ar ass and hu stle, ha ggle and tu ssle, and ha ggle and wre stle. Given all these possibilities, it is clear why words such as hassle end up with the etymology “origin unknown.”
很难相信1945年以前没有麻烦这个词,但就在那一年hassle 这个名词第一次被记录在英语中。 词源学家认为这个词的来源是争吵。一个英语方言词hassle 的意思是“砍,用一个钝的刀锯”, 在19世纪被记录下来。一个南部的方言词hassle “喘气,重呼吸”也可能是它的来源。 但更普遍的是认为hassle 是一个合成词, 但我们对此又有了异议。词源学家提出的三种不同的可能性:h ar ass 与hu stle的结合、ha ggle与tu ssle 的结合和 ha ggle与wre stle 的结合。 尽管有这么多的可能性,但很显然,象hassle 这样的词仍“无源可溯”

现代英汉词典

hassle
[5hAs(E)l]
n.
激烈的争论;激战

词性变化

hassle
vi., vt.
-sled, -sling
争辩;辩论

现代英汉综合大辞典

hassle
[5hAsl]
n.
[口]激烈争论

美国传统词典

hassle
has.sle
AHD:[h2s“…l] Informal
D.J.[6h#s*l]
K.K.[6h#s*l]
n.

(1)

An argument or a fight.

(2)

Trouble; bother.
v.
has.sled, has.sling, has.sles
v.intr.
To argue or fight:
customers hassling with merchants over high prices.
v.tr.
To bother or harass:
street gangs hassling passersby.

语源
[Origin unknown]

注释
It is difficult to believe that there were no hassles before 1945, but that is the year in which the noun hassle is first recorded in English. The origins of this word might be considered a hassle for the etymologist. An English dialect word, hassle, meaning “to hack at, cut with a blunt knife and with a sawing motion,” is recorded at the end of the 19th century. A Southern dialect word, hassle, “to pant, breathe heavily,” is also a possible source. A more popular notion has been that hassle is a blend, but here again we have a hassle. Three separate possibilities have been proposed, a combination of h ar ass and hu stle, ha ggle and tu ssle, and ha ggle and wre stle. Given all these possibilities, it is clear why words such as hassle end up with the etymology “origin unknown.”

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