可算名詞 【医学】 結石.
|(as) hárd as stóne||cást the fírst stóne|
|kíll twó bírds with óne stóne||léave nó stóne untúrned|
|Stóne the cróws!|
|医学：||spotted fever sternutation stomach pump stone strabismus strangulate strangulation|
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成句cast the first stone
成句leave no stone unturned
成句within a stone's throw
Stone (1974 film)
Stone (2010 film)
From Middle English stone, ston, stan, from 古期英語 stān, from Proto-Germanic *stainaz (compare Dutch steen, German Stein, Danish かつ Swedish sten, Norwegian stein), from Proto-Indo-European *steyh₂- (“to stiffen”) (compare Russian стена́ (stená, “wall”), Ancient Greek στία (stía, “pebble”), στέαρ (stéar, “tallow”), Persian ستون (sotūn, “pillar”), Albanian shtëng (“hardened または pressed matter”), Sanskrit स्त्यायते (styāyate, “it hardens”)).
- (uncountable) A hard earthen substance that can form large rocks.
- 1858, Edward Thornton, A Gazetteer of the Territories Under the Government of the East India Company and of the Native States on the Continent of India, W. H. Allen & Co., page 22:
- It is about 2,500 yards in circuit, is built of red stone, and, according to Von Orlich, is now " a bastioned quinquangle ; the ancient walls with semicircular bastions face the two streams ; the land side is quite regular, and consists of two bastions, and a half-bastion with three ravelins," and stands higher than any ground in face of it.
- 2013 June 8, “Obama goes troll-hunting”, in The Economist, volume 407, number 8839, page 55:
- A small piece of stone, a pebble.
- A gemstone, a jewel, especially a diamond.
- c. 1593, William Shakespeare, “The Tragedy of Richard the Third: […]”, in Mr. William Shakespeares Comedies, Histories, & Tragedies: Published According to the True Originall Copies (First Folio), London: Printed by Isaac Iaggard, and Ed[ward] Blount, published 1623, OCLC 606515358, [Act I, scene iv]:
- (Britain, 複数形: stone) A unit of mass equal to 14 pounds. Used to measure the weights of people, animals, cheese, wool, etc. 1 stone ≈ 6.3503 kilograms
- (botany) The central part of some fruits, particularly drupes; consisting of the seed and a hard endocarp layer.
- a peach stone
- (medicine) A hard, stone-like deposit.
- kidney stone
- (board games) A playing piece made of any hard material, used in various board games such as backgammon, and go.
- A dull light grey or beige, like that of some stones.
- stone colour:
- (curling) A 42-pound, precisely shaped piece of granite with a handle attached, which is bowled down the ice.
- A monument to the dead; a gravestone or tombstone.
- (Can we date this quote by Alexander Pope かつ provide title, author's full name, かつ other details?)
- (Can we date this quote by Zayn Malik かつ provide title, author's full name, かつ other details?)
- (obsolete) A mirror, or its glass.
- (obsolete) A testicle.
- 1750, W[illiam] Ellis, The Country Housewife's Family Companion: Or Profitable Directions for Whatever Relates to the Management and Good Œconomy of the Domestick Concerns of a Country Life, According to the Present Practice of the Country Gentleman's, the Yeoman's, the Farmer's, &c. Wives, in the Counties of Hertford, Bucks, and Other Parts of England: Shewing how Great Savings may be Made in Housekeeping: [...] With Variety of Curious Matters [...] The Whole Founded on Near Thirty Years Experience, London: Printed for James Hodges, at the Looking-glass, facing St. Magnus Church, London-Bridge; and B. Collins, bookseller, at Salisbury, OCLC 837728611, page 157:
- To make Capons […] [S]ome for this Purpoſe make it their Buſineſs after Harveſt-time to go to Markets for buying up Chickens, and between Michaelmas and All-hollantide caponize the Cocks, when they have got large enough to have Stones of ſuch a Bigneſs that they may be pulled out; for if they are too little, it can't be done; […] [M]aking a Cut here big enough to put her Finger in, which ſhe thruſts under the Guts, and with it rakes or tears out the Stone that lies neareſt to it. This done, ſhe performs the very ſame Operation on the other Side of the Cock's Body, and there takes out the other Stone; then ſhe ſtitches up the Wounds, and lets the Fowl go about as at other Times, till the Capon is fatted in a Coup, which is commonly done from Chriſtmas to Candlemas, and after.
- (dated, printing) A stand or table with a smooth, flat top of stone, commonly marble, on which to arrange the pages of a book, newspaper, etc. before printing; also called imposing stone.
- (transitive) To pelt with stones, especially to kill by pelting with stones.
- (transitive) To wall with stones.
- (transitive) To remove a stone from (fruit etc.).
- (intransitive) To form a stone during growth, with reference to fruit etc.
- (transitive, slang) To intoxicate, especially with narcotics. (Usually in passive)
- (intransitive, Singapore, slang) To do nothing, to stare blankly into space and not pay attention when relaxing or when bored.
- (transitive) To lap with an abrasive stone to remove surface irregularities.
- Constructed of stone.
- stone walls
- Having the appearance of stone.
- stone pot
- Of a dull light grey or beige, like that of some stones.
- (African-American Vernacular) Used as an intensifier.
- She is one stone fox.
- (LGBT) Willing to give sexual pleasure but not to receive it. (Contrast pillow princess.)
- As a stone (used with following adjective).
- (slang) Absolutely, completely (used with following adjectives).
- Bath stone
- Big Stone County
- Black Stone
- Blarney Stone
- cast the first stone
- china stone
- cinnamon stone
- curling stone
- drystone, dry-stone
- foundation stone
- guard stone
- hard as stone
- kidney stone
- kill two birds with one stone
- leave no stone unturned
- paving stone
- Philosopher's Stone, Philosophers' Stone
- pizza stone
- precious stone
- pudding stone
- rolling stone
- Rosetta Stone
- sink like a stone
- Smithfield stone
- standing stone
- stepping stone
- Stone Age
- stone bass
- stone boat
- stone butch
- stone circle
- stone-cold, stone cold
- Stone County
- stone crab
- stone curlew
- stone-dead, stone dead
- stone-deaf, stone deaf
- stone femme
- stone frigate
- stone fruit
- stoneground, stone-ground
- stone hands
- stone lily
- stone marten
- stone mint
- stone parsley
- stone pine
- stone pit
- stone shoot
- stone's throw
- stone the crows
- stone wall
- stone xylophone
- throw stones
- turn to stone
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