动词过去式:cabined 过去分词:cabined 现在分词:cabining 第三人称单数:cabins
1 small room or compartment on a ship, an aircraft or a spacecraft （轮船或飞行器的）舱室
*book a cabin on a boat 预订船舱
* the pilot's cabin 飞行员室.
2 small hut or shelter, usu made of wood 小棚屋（通常为木制的）.
[Date: 1300-1400; Language: Old French;Origin: cabane, from Old Provençal cabana 'small wooden building', from Medieval Latin capanna]
a small house, especially one built of wood in an area of forest or mountains
a log cabin
a small room on a ship in which you live or sleep
an area inside a plane where the passengers sit or where the pilot works
the First Class cabin
1. Tom lives in a log cabin. 汤姆住在木屋里。
2. Thoreau, alone in his cabin on the pond, his back deliberately turned to the town. 梭罗独居在湖畔的小屋，有意抛弃了城市生活。
3. Now, in a notebook, she stores quotations like this one from Elizabeth Jolley's Cabin Fever: 如今，她在笔记本里摘录了许多东西，比如像伊丽莎白·乔利的《小屋的狂热》中的这段文字：
4. One student from the Brazilian South succeeded in stuffing two enormous suitcases to their capacity, and had to cope with her cabin luggage as well. 一个来自巴西南部的学生把2个大箱子塞得满满的，此外，还得考虑她随身携带的行李。
5. In the slave-cabin, he would point out a banjo or a guitar and say one syllable, ko, and in time the little girl came to associate ko with a banjo or a guitar. 在奴隶居住的小木屋里，他会指着一个班卓琴或是一把吉他用一个音节ko来代替。经过一段时间，小女孩开始把ko和班卓琴或吉他联系起来。