来自希伯来语 sheqel,来自 shaqal,称量。词义演变比较 pound,ruble,rupee.
- shekel (n.)
- early 13c., sicle, via Old French and Latin, from Hebrew sheqel, from shaqal "he weighed." Chief silver coin of ancient Hebrews, also a unit of weight. Modern form in English dates from mid-16c. As slang for "money," it dates from 1871.
- 1. So how much would a shekel be worth today?
- 那么如今一枚谢克尔值多少钱 呢 ?
- 2. What's a shekel worth today?
- 3. Altogether, the silver dishes weighed two thousand four hundred shekels, according to the sanctuary shekel.
- 一切器皿的银子, 按圣所的平, 共有二千四百舍客勒.
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