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arrow

noun [C]
 
 
/ˈær.əʊ/ US  /ˈer.oʊ/
a weapon that is like a long thin stick with a sharp point at one end and often feathers at the other, shot from a bow (= a long thin piece of wood bent into a curve by a piece of string)
箭;矢
Robin Hood asked to be buried where his arrow landed.
罗宾汉让人们把他安葬在他的箭落下的位置。
→  Compare dart noun Target sports
a sign consisting of a straight line with an upside down V shape at one end of it, which points in a particular direction, and is used to show where something is
(指示方向的)箭号,箭头
I followed the arrows to the car park.
我顺着箭头所指方向开到了停车场。
Specific signs and symbolsSigns, signals and symbols
Translations of “arrow”
in Spanish flecha…
in Arabic إِشارة بِشَكْل سَهْم, سَهْم…
in Korean 화살표, 화살…
in Portuguese seta, flecha…
in French flèche…
in German der Pfeil…
in Catalan fletxa…
in Japanese 矢印, 矢…
in Russian стрелка, стрела…
in Chinese (Traditional) 箭, 矢, (指示方向的)箭號,箭頭…
in Italian freccia…
in Turkish yön gösteren işaret, ok…
in Polish strzałka, strzała…
(Definition of arrow from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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