- n. 地窖；酒窖；地下室
- vt. 把…藏入地窖
- n. (Cellar)人名；(捷)采拉尔
CET4 TEM4 IELTS GRE 考 研 CET6
来自PIE*kel, 隐藏，遮盖，词源同cell, ceiling, hole.
- cellar (n.)
- early 13c., "store room," from Anglo-French celer, Old French celier "cellar, underground passage" (12c., Modern French cellier), from Latin cellarium "pantry, storeroom," literally "group of cells;" which is either directly from cella (see cell), or from noun use of neuter of adjective cellarius "pertaining to a storeroom," from cella. The sense in late Middle English gradually shifted to "underground room." Cellar door attested by 1640s.
- 1. He then dismembered her, hiding parts of her body in the cellar.
- 2. Things are cooler and more damp as we descend to the cellar.
- 3. The period of maturation is determined by the cellar master.
- 4. the inky blackness of the cellar
- 5. He took a bottle of wine from the cellar.
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