- jarhead (n.)
- "U.S. Marine," by 1985 (but in a biographical book with a World War II setting), from jar + head. Also used as a general term of insult (by 1979) and by 1922 as a Georgia dialectal word for "mule."
- 1. The wary mother avoided traps for over a week, and the hunters assumed Jarhead was dead.
- 小心的熊妈妈在超过一周的时间设法避开人们设下的圈套, 而猎人们则推测锅盖头或许已经丧生了.
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