简明英汉词典

sack
[sAk]
n.
大袋, 大袋之量, 麻布袋, 短而松的袍装, 布袋装, 洗劫
vt.
解雇, 装入袋, 洗劫, 就寝

美国传统词典[双解]

sack
sack 1
AHD:[s2k]
D.J.[s#k]
K.K.[s#k]
n.Abbr. sk.(名词)缩写 sk.

(1)

A large bag of strong, coarse material for holding objects in bulk.
大袋:用结实粗糙的材料制成的用来装成堆的东西的大袋

(2)

A similar container of paper or plastic.
厚纸袋,塑料袋:纸或塑料制成的类似容器

(3)

The amount that such a container can hold.
一袋之量:这种容器所能装的量

(4)

Also sacque A short, loose-fitting garment for women and children.
也作 sacque 松短外衣:妇女和儿童穿的短而宽松的衣服

(5)

Slang Dismissal from employment:
【俚语】 解雇:
finally got the sack after a year of ineptitude.
不称职地工作一年后终于被解雇

(6)

Informal A bed, mattress, or sleeping bag.
【非正式用语】 床,垫子,睡袋

(7)

Baseball A base.
【棒球】 垒

(8)

Football A successful attempt at sacking the quarterback.
【橄榄球】 成功地擒抱四分卫
v.tr.(及物动词)
sackedsack.ingsacks

(1)

To place into a sack.
把…装入袋子

(2)

Slang To discharge from employment.See Synonyms at dismiss
【俚语】 解雇参见 dismiss

(3)

Football To tackle (a quarterback attempting to pass the ball) behind the line of scrimmage.
【橄榄球】 擒抱(四分卫):在对阵开球线后擒抱(对方意在传球的四分卫)

常用词组

sack out 【俚语】
To sleep.
睡觉

语源

(1)

Middle English
中古英语

(2)

from Old English sacc
源自 古英语 sacc

(3)

from Latin saccus
源自 拉丁语 saccus

(4)

from Greek sakkos
源自 希腊语 sakkos

(5)

[of Semitic origin]
[来源于闪族语]

注释
The word sack may seem an odd candidate for preserving a few thousand years of history, but this word for an ordinary thing probably goes back to Middle Eastern antiquity. Sack owes its long history to the fact that it and its ancestors denoted an object that was used in trade between peoples. Thus the Greeks got their word sakkos, “a bag made out of coarse cloth or hair,” from the Phoenicians with whom they traded. We do not know the Phoenician word, but we know words that are akin to it, such as Hebrew saq and Akkadian saqqu. The Greeks then passed the sack, as it were, to the Latin-speaking Romans, who transmitted their word saccus, “a large bag or sack,” to the Germanic tribes with whom they traded, who gave it the form .sakkiz (other peoples as well have taken this word from Greek or Latin, including speakers of Welsh, Russian, Polish, and Albanian). The speakers of Old English, a Germanic language, used two forms of the word, s?c, from .sakkiz, and sacc, directly from Latin; the second Old English form is the ancestor of our sack.
sack 这个词具有几百年的历史看起来可能很奇怪, 但这个词用来指一件普通的物品大概可追溯到古代中东。Sack 的长久历史归功于它和它的前身,即指用于人们之间贸易的一个物品。 因此希腊人从与他们做买卖的腓尼基人处得到sakkos 这个词,指“用粗布或毛发制成的袋子”。 我们不懂腓尼基语指什么,但知道一些与它相关的词,如希伯莱语中的Saq 和阿卡德语中的 Saqqu。 希腊人于是又把这个词传到说拉丁语的罗马人中,罗马人把他们的词saccus (“大袋子,大麻袋”)传给与他们做贸易的日耳曼人部落,他们用 Sakkiz 这种形式 (其他民族也从希腊语或拉丁语中得到这个词,其中包括说威尔士语、俄语、波兰语和阿尔巴尼亚语的人们)。讲古英语(一种日耳曼语言)的人用这个词的两种形式:源自sakkiz 的 s?c 和源自拉丁语的 sacc ; 这第二种古英语的形式是我们现在的sack 的前身

基本词义

sack
sack 2
AHD:[s2k]
D.J.[s#k]
K.K.[s#k]
v.tr.(及物动词)
sackedsack.ingsacks
To rob of goods or valuables, especially after capture.
洗劫:尤指俘虏抢后掠物品或有价值的东西,
n.(名词)

(1)

The looting or pillaging of a captured city or town.
洗劫:对攻陷的城镇进行的掠夺和抢劫

(2)

Plunder; loot.
掠夺物,战利品

语源

(1)

Probably from French (mettre à) sac [(to put in) a sack]
可能源自 法语 (mettre à) sac [(放入)袋子]

(2)

from Old French sac [sack]
源自 古法语 sac [麻袋]

(3)

from Latin saccus [sack, bag] * see sack 1
源自 拉丁语 saccus [麻袋,袋子] *参见 sack1

基本词义

sack
sack 3
AHD:[s2k]
D.J.[s#k]
K.K.[s#k]
n.(名词)
Any of various light, dry, strong wines from Spain and the Canary Islands, imported to England in the 16th and 17th centuries.
萨克葡萄酒:16和17世纪产于西班牙和加那利群岛出口到英国的发酵很好的干烈葡萄酒

语源

(1)

From French (vin) sec [dry (wine)]
源自 法语 (vin) sec [干(葡萄酒)]

(2)

from Old French
源自 古法语

(3)

from Latin siccus [dry]
源自 拉丁语 siccus [干的]

现代英汉词典

sack 1
[sAk]
n.

(1)

袋子;大包
The potatoes were put into sacks.
马铃薯装进了麻袋。

(2)

(前面与the连用)开除,解雇
to give sb. the sack
解雇某人
I'll get the sack if I arrive at the office late!
如果上班迟到,我就得被开除。

(3)

(前面与the连用) (AmE.) 床

词性变化

sack
vt.

(1)

装入袋中
The child sacked the toys.
孩子把玩具装进了袋。

(2)

开除,解雇
One of the workmen was sacked for drunkenness.
有名工人因喝醉酒而被解雇。

基本词义

sack 2
[sAk]
vt.
劫掠,洗劫
to put the town to the sack
洗劫城镇

词性变化

sack
n.
劫掠,洗劫

现代英汉综合大辞典

sack
[sAk]
n.
[thesack] 洗劫, 劫掠
put to (the) sack
洗劫, 掠夺一空

词性变化

sack
[sAk]
vt.
大肆抢劫, 洗劫, 劫掠

继承用法

sacker
[`sAkE(r)]
n.
劫掠者

sacking
[`sAkIW]
n.
劫掠

用法词典

sack
中古英语sak<古英sacc袋

英文相关词典

sack
bag    fleece    loot    pack    pillage    plunder    rob    steal    

[七国语言]英汉轻工业大词典

sack

美国传统词典

sack
sack 1
AHD:[s2k]
D.J.[s#k]
K.K.[s#k]
n.Abbr. sk.

(1)

A large bag of strong, coarse material for holding objects in bulk.

(2)

A similar container of paper or plastic.

(3)

The amount that such a container can hold.

(4)

Also sacque A short, loose-fitting garment for women and children.

(5)

Slang Dismissal from employment:
finally got the sack after a year of ineptitude.

(6)

Informal A bed, mattress, or sleeping bag.

(7)

Baseball A base.

(8)

Football A successful attempt at sacking the quarterback.
v.tr.
sacked, sack.ing, sacks

(1)

To place into a sack.

(2)

Slang To discharge from employment.See Synonyms at dismiss

(3)

Football To tackle (a quarterback attempting to pass the ball) behind the line of scrimmage.

常用词组

sack out Slang
To sleep.

语源

(1)

Middle English

(2)

from Old English sacc

(3)

from Latin saccus

(4)

from Greek sakkos

(5)

[of Semitic origin]

注释
The word sack may seem an odd candidate for preserving a few thousand years of history, but this word for an ordinary thing probably goes back to Middle Eastern antiquity. Sack owes its long history to the fact that it and its ancestors denoted an object that was used in trade between peoples. Thus the Greeks got their word sakkos, “a bag made out of coarse cloth or hair,” from the Phoenicians with whom they traded. We do not know the Phoenician word, but we know words that are akin to it, such as Hebrew saq and Akkadian saqqu. The Greeks then passed the sack, as it were, to the Latin-speaking Romans, who transmitted their word saccus, “a large bag or sack,” to the Germanic tribes with whom they traded, who gave it the form .sakkiz (other peoples as well have taken this word from Greek or Latin, including speakers of Welsh, Russian, Polish, and Albanian). The speakers of Old English, a Germanic language, used two forms of the word, s?c, from .sakkiz, and sacc, directly from Latin; the second Old English form is the ancestor of our sack.

基本词义

sack
sack 2
AHD:[s2k]
D.J.[s#k]
K.K.[s#k]
v.tr.
sacked, sack.ing, sacks
To rob of goods or valuables, especially after capture.
n.

(1)

The looting or pillaging of a captured city or town.

(2)

Plunder; loot.

语源

(1)

Probably from French (mettre à) sac [(to put in) a sack]

(2)

from Old French sac [sack]

(3)

from Latin saccus [sack, bag] * see sack 1

基本词义

sack
sack 3
AHD:[s2k]
D.J.[s#k]
K.K.[s#k]
n.
Any of various light, dry, strong wines from Spain and the Canary Islands, imported to England in the 16th and 17th centuries.

语源

(1)

From French (vin) sec [dry (wine)]

(2)

from Old French

(3)

from Latin siccus [dry]

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sack
v.劫掠 ,洗劫, 解雇

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sack
n.袋,硬纸袋

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sack
n.包

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sack
n.袋

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sack
n.袋,麻袋

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sack
n.袋,囊,西班牙酒,容量;vt.解雇

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sack
袋(包装用),包袋装材料装…入袋

基本词义

sack
包布袋袋装材料,装…入袋,解职,袋,装,包(指装面粉、淀粉等的布袋)

基本词义

sack
布袋,袋,包解职

基本词义

sack
袋,包

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sack
n.袋,装袋

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sack
n.袋,囊

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sack
n.袋,装袋

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n.袋,包,套

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