- n. Frances 的爱称；屁股；女子救护队队员
俚语词。据说来自丑闻小说“Fanny Hill or Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure”,其中Fanny为Frances昵称。或可能直接来自对法国人的恶搞。比较French letter.
- fanny (n.)
- "buttocks," 1920, American English, from earlier British meaning "vulva" (1879), perhaps from the name of John Cleland's heroine in the scandalous novel "Fanny Hill or Memoirs of a Woman of Pleasure" (1748). The fem. proper name is a diminutive of Frances. The genital sense is still the primary one outside U.S., but is not current in American English, a difference which can have consequences when U.S. TV programs and movies air in Britain.
- 1. The penniless author successfully wooed and married Fanny.
- 2. In England & quot ; fanny & quot ; is vulgar slang for female genitals.
- 在英格兰,“ fanny ”是对女性生殖器的粗鄙称谓.
- 3. Thomas flew into a cold fury, which Fanny observed with terror.
- Fanny看见Thomas勃然大怒, 心里害怕极了.
- 4. Hi, is Fanny in, Uncle Mark?
- 嗨, mark叔叔,fanny在家 吗 ?
- 5. Hi Fanny, nice to meet you, too.
- 嗨,fanny, 我也很高兴见到你.
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