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  • n. 隼鹰
  • [英] n. 隼鹰 ( a kind of eagle)

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kI. noun

  • Etymology: Middle English hauk, from Old English hafoc; akin to Old High German habuh hawk, Russian kobets a falcon
  • Date: before 12th century
  • 1. any of numerous diurnal birds of prey belonging to a suborder (Falcones of the order Falconiformes) and including all the smaller members of this group; especially accipiter
  • 2. a small board or metal sheet with a handle on the underside used to hold mortar
  • 3. one who takes a militant attitude and advocates immediate vigorous action; especially a supporter of a war or warlike policy — compare dove
  • ? hawkish adjective
  • ? hawkishly adverb
  • ? hawkishness noun

II. verb

  • Date: 14th century
  • intransitive verb
    • 1. to hunt birds by means of a trained hawk
    • 2. to soar and strike like a hawk
  • transitive verb
    • to hunt on the wing like a hawk

III. verb

  • Etymology: imitative
  • Date: 1581
  • transitive verb
    • to raise by trying to clear the throat <hawk up phlegm>
  • intransitive verb
    • to utter a harsh guttural sound in or as if in hawking

IV. noun

  • Date: 1604
  • an audible effort to force up phlegm from the throat

V. transitive verb

  • Etymology: back-formation from [sup]2[/sup]hawker
  • Date: 1713
  • to offer for sale by calling out in the street <hawking newspapers>; broadly sell

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