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[编辑] GRE 红宝书

  • n. 水槽; 街沟
  • [英] 水槽 ( a trough or channel along or under the eaves of a roof) ; 街沟 ( a narrow channel along the side of a road or street, to carry off water, as to a sewer)
  • [记] gut ( 肠胃, 引申为沟) +ter -> 街沟

[编辑] Webster Collegiate

I. noun

  • Etymology: Middle English goter, from Anglo-French gutere, goter, from gute drop, from Latin gutta
  • Date: 14th century
  • 1.
    • a. a trough along the eaves to catch and carry off rainwater
    • b. a low area (as at the edge of a street) to carry off surface water (as to a sewer)
    • c. a trough or groove to catch and direct something <the gutters of a bowling alley>
  • 2. a white space formed by the adjoining inside margins of two facing pages (as of a book)
  • 3. the lowest or most vulgar level or condition of human life

II. verb

  • Date: 14th century
  • transitive verb
    • 1. to cut or wear gutters in
    • 2. to provide with a gutter
  • intransitive verb
    • 1.
      • a. to flow in rivulets
      • b. of a candle to melt away through a channel out of the side of the cup hollowed out by the burning wick
    • 2. to incline downward in a draft <the candle flame guttering>

III. adjective

  • Date: 15th century
  • of, relating to, or characteristic of the gutter; especially marked by extreme vulgarity, cheapness, or indecency <gutter politics>

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