英 ['kʌləndə; 'kɒl-]
- n. 滤器，滤锅
- n. (Colander)人名；(英)科兰德
来自拉丁词colum, 筛子，词源同percolation, 过滤。
- colander:  Colander probably comes ultimately from Latin colum ‘sieve’. From this was derived the verb cōlāre ‘strain’, which produced a Vulgar Latin noun *cōlātor. This is assumed to have passed into Old Provençal as colador, which appears to have been the source of early English forms such as culdor- and culatre. The n is a purely English innovation.
=> percolate, portcullis
- colander (n.)
- mid-14c., coloundour, probably altered from Medieval Latin colatorium "strainer" (with parasitic -n-) from Latin colatus, past participle of colare "to strain," from colum "sieve, strainer, wicker fishing net," which is of uncertain origin. Cognate with French couloir, Spanish colador, Italian colatojo.
- 1. When you've boiled the cabbage, strain off the water through a colander.
- 你把卷心菜煮开后, 用滤锅把水滤掉.
- 2. Mr Colander asked a group of Chicago students.
- 3. The debris can be separated from the anthers with a colander of proper mesh size.
- 4. Drain in a colander, reserving 1 cup cooking water.
- 取出面条, 过滤水分,留下一杯煮面条的水.
- 5. When you've boiled the cabbage, strain off the water through a colander.
- 当你把卷心菜煮开后, 用漏勺把水滤掉.
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