person or thing used to harm an enemy or opponent, who wrongly believes he is being helped 特洛伊木马（用以使敌方或对手上当误以为于己有益的破坏性的人或事物）.
something that seems ordinary but that is used to hide someone's real intentions These investment arrangements could be Trojan horses for anti-competitive monopolies.
a type of computer virus A bug in the browser lets servers download a Trojan horse.
1. We bought a chestnut horse. 我们买了匹栗褐色马。
2. While praying one morning he was kicked by a horse. 有一天早晨，他在祈祷的时候还被马踢了一下。
3. The rider belabored his tired horse with a stick . 骑士用鞭子重重地打了那匹疲倦的马。
4. The reins are fastened to the bridle on the horse´s head. 缰绳扣扎在马头上的笼头上。
5. The horse broke its leg. 马把腿摔断了。
6. The reins are fastened to the bridle on the horse´s head. 缰绳扣扎在马头上的笼头上。
7. The zebra is a kind of horse that lives in Africa. 斑马是生活在非洲的一种马。
8. The best horse needs breeding, and the aptest child needs teaching. 最好的马要驯，最伶俐的孩子要教。
9. Then he and Jane went horse-riding. 然后，他和简一起去骑马。
10. Next came a horse, swimming bravely, 接着一匹活马勇敢地与水搏击。