原为航海俚语词，来自中古荷兰语 splissen,绞接，捻接，来自 Proto-Germanic*spli,分开，来 自 PIE*splei,分开，来自 PIE*spel,分开，劈开，词源同 spill,split.词义演变比较 two,twain.
- splice (v.)
- 1520s, originally a sailors' word, from Middle Dutch splissen "to splice" (Dutch splitsen), from Proto-Germanic *spli-, from PIE root *(s)plei- "to split, splice" (see flint). The Dutch word was borrowed in French as épisser. Used of motion picture film from 1912; of DNA from 1975. Related: Spliced; splicing; splicer.
- splice (n.)
- 1620s (implied in splicing), first recorded in writing of Capt. John Smith, from splice (v.). Motion picture film sense is from 1923. In colloquial use, "marriage union, wedding" (1830).
- 1. He taught me to edit and splice film.
- 2. The boy and I will splice them when we are home.
- 3. This would produce shock wave owing to splice of compress wave.
- 4. Show me how to splice together knitting wool, will you ?
- 教给我接毛线, 好 吗 ?
- 5. Splice: Crosswise joint in a web of paper, secured with adhesive.
- 叠接: 用黏结剂把卷筒纸斜斜的黏接的情况.
[ splice 造句 ]