来自古英语 twili,双股线织布，斜纹布，来自 twi-,二，拉丁语 licium,线，词源同 trellis.该词 为拉丁语 bilix（双线，双股线）的英语本土化。
- twill: see drill
- twill (n.)
- "cloth woven in parallel diagonal lines," early 14c., Scottish and northern English variant of Middle English twile, from Old English twili "woven with double thread, twilled," partial loan-translation of Latin bilix "with a double thread" (with Old English twi- substituted for cognate Latin bi-); the second element from Latin licium "thread," which is of uncertain origin.
- 1. a cotton twill skirt
- 2. No matter ,'twill never be light!
- 3. Twill come to you, this love of land.
- 4. If twill tape is useful, slit the hole with a hemostat.
- 5. " No matter,'twill never be light " -- she took the words to her tired mind.
- " 且不管它的分量永远不会减 " ---- 她把这句歌词记在自己疲倦的心里.
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