- n. 稻；米饭
- vt. 把…捣成米糊状
- n. (Rice)人名；(瑞典)里瑟；(塞)里采；(英)赖斯
CET4 TEM4 考 研 CET6
来自古法语 ris,来自意大利语 riso,来自拉丁语 oriza,来自希腊语 oryza,最终来自梵语 vrihi-s, 米饭，大米，词源同 risotto.
- rice:  The word rice is presumably, like the plant it names, of oriental origin; its ancestor may well be represented in Sanskrit vrīhi-. It first appeared in Europe as Greek órūza. This passed into Latin as oryza, and eventually spread throughout the languages of Europe: French riz, Italian riso, Spanish arroz, German reis, Dutch rijst, Swedish and Russian ris, Welsh reis, Lithuanian rysai, English rice, etc.
- rice (n.)
- mid-13c., from Old French ris, from Italian riso, from Latin oriza, from Greek oryza "rice," via an Indo-Iranian language (compare Pashto vriže, Old Persian brizi), ultimately from Sanskrit vrihi-s "rice." The Greek word is the ultimate source of all European words (Welsh reis, German reis, Lithuanian rysai, Serbo-Croatian riza, Polish ryż, etc.). Introduced 1647 in the Carolinas. Rice paper (1822), originally used in China, Japan, etc., is made from straw of rice.
- 1. Under these laws, he said, Mr. Rice's assets could have been frozen.
- 2. The petals can be cooked with rice to colour it yellow.
- 3. Fish and rice were the mainstays of the country's diet.
- 4. He will offer the first harvest of rice to the sun goddess.
- 5. The rice is accompanied by a soup or a soupy stew.
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