- paunch (n.)
- late 14c. (late 12c. in surnames), from Old French pance (Old North French panche) "belly, stomach," from Latin panticem (nominative pantex) "belly, bowels" (source also of Spanish panza, Italian pancia); possibly related to panus "swelling" (see panic (n.2)).
- 1. He finished his dessert and patted his paunch.
- 2. His once lean figure was developing a paunch.
- 3. Mr. Stryver laughed till he shook his precocious paunch.
来自英汉文学 - 双城记
- 4. " Yes, that's why you've got a paunch.
- “ 是啊, 要不你肚子怎会这么圆. ”
- 5. Conn drummed his paunch reflectively.
[ paunch 造句 ]