Translation of "stud" - English-Traditional Chinese dictionary

stud

noun uk /stʌd/ us /stʌd/
HORSE

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

種畜;(尤指)良種種馬
David Grenfell runs a 170-acre stud farm in Co. Wexford, Ireland. 戴維‧格倫費爾在愛爾蘭的韋克斯福德郡經營一個170英畝的種馬場。
put (out) to stud

kept for breeding

留作種畜;留作種馬
The Derby winner Generous will be put to stud at the end of the season. 德比賽馬的獲勝者「慷慨」在本賽季結束後將會作為種馬留在英國。
MAN

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

風流男子,四處留情的男人
He thinks he's a real stud. 他自認為是個風流情種。
DECORATION 裝飾

[ 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

(通常作裝飾的)飾釘,嵌釘
JEWELLERY 首飾

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

釘狀首飾;耳釘;鼻插
gold studs 金耳釘
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)鞋釘
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 扣緊物

[ 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

(尤指舊時的)領扣 → See also press stud
TYRE 輪胎

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

(通常作裝飾的)飾釘,嵌釘

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