Translation of "stud" - English-Mandarin Chinese dictionary

stud

noun uk /stʌd/ us /stʌd/
HORSE

[ C ] specialized horses a group of animals, especially high-quality horses, kept for breeding

种畜;(尤指)良种种马
David Grenfell runs a 170-acre stud farm in Co. Wexford, Ireland. 戴维‧格伦费尔在爱尔兰的韦克斯福德郡经营着一个170英亩的种马场。
put (out) to stud

kept for breeding

留作种畜;留作种马
The Derby winner Generous will be put to stud at the end of the season. 德比赛马的获胜者“慷慨”在本赛季结束后将会作为种马留在英国。
MAN

[ C ] slang a man who is considered to be attractive and skilled sexually

风流男子,四处留情的男人
He thinks he's a real stud. 他自认为是个风流情种。
DECORATION 装饰

[ C usually plural ] a small nail or piece of metal, with a large, rounded top, that is attached to the surface of something, usually for decoration

(通常作装饰的)饰钉,嵌钉
JEWELLERY 首饰

[ C ] a small piece of metal jewellery that is put through a part of your body such as your ear or nose

钉状首饰;耳钉;鼻插
gold studs 金耳钉
a nose stud 鼻插
BOOT 靴子

[ C ] UK US cleat any of the small, pointed objects that stick out from the bottom of some boots and shoes used in particular sports, for example football

(尤指足球鞋的)鞋钉
studs showing/up

with the studs of your football boots pointing at a player's leg when you tackle them:

A sliding tackle with the studs up is illegal in most leagues.
FASTENER 扣紧物

[ C ] UK also collar stud a fastener made from two small flat parts joined together by a short bar, used for clothing, especially in the past to fix collars onto shirts

(尤指旧时的)领扣 → See also press stud
TYRE 轮胎

[ C ] US a small piece of metal, many of which are attached to special tyres used for driving in the snow

(通常作装饰的)饰钉,嵌钉

(Translation of “stud” from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Simplified) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)