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arm

noun (BODY PART) 身體部位     /ɑːm/ US  /ɑːrm/
[C] either of the two long parts of the upper body which are fixed to the shoulders and have the hands at the end 臂,手臂;上肢 My arms ache from carrying this bag. 提這個袋子累得我胳膊疼。 She put/threw her arms round me, and gave me a hug. 她伸出雙臂擁抱我。 He took/held her in his arms (= held her closely). 他把她摟進懷中。 Bill arrived at the party with his new girlfriend on his arm (= her hand resting on his arm). 比爾挽著新女友一起來到聚會上。 The arm
[C] The arm of a piece of clothing or furniture is a part of it that you put your arm in or on (衣服)袖子;(椅子等傢俱的)扶手,靠手 the arm of a jacket 夾克袖子 the arm of a chair 椅子扶手 Parts of clothesChairs and seats
_arm in ^arm
When two people are arm in arm, they both have one arm bent at the elbow and passing around and supporting, or being supported by, the arm of the other person 臂挽著臂 We walked arm in arm along the river bank. 我們臂挽著臂沿著河岸漫步。 Having in your hands
(Definition of arm noun (BODY PART) from the Cambridge English-Chinese (Traditional) Dictionary © Cambridge University Press)
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