n.<俗>伙伴,家伙,小伙子,颚,颊;v.(使)皲裂;Challenge-Handshake Authentication Protocol,主叫握手认证协议
动词过去式:chapped 过去分词:chapped 现在分词:chapping 第三人称单数:chaps
(a) [I] (of the skin) become cracked, rough or sore （指皮肤）皲裂, 变粗糙, 疼痛
*My skin soon chaps in cold weather. 我的皮肤在寒冷天气很快就裂了.
(b) [Tn esp passive 尤用于被动语态] cause (sth) to become cracked, rough or sore 使（某物）皲裂、变粗糙或疼痛
*chapped lips 皲裂的嘴唇
* hands and face chapped by the cold 因寒冷而皲裂的手和脸.
n sore crack in the skin （皮肤上疼痛的）皲裂处, 裂口.
n (infml 口 esp Brit) man or boy; fellow 男子; 小伙子; 家伙
*Be a good chap and open the door for me, would you? 好兄弟, 给我开开门行吗?
abbr 缩写 = chapter(1).
chapman 'traveling seller of goods'
(11-19 centuries), from Old English
ceapman, from ceap ( CHEAP1
) + man]
1800-1900; Language: Mexican Spanish;Origin:
chappareras, from Spanish
a man, especially a man you know and like a decent sort of chapchaps [plural]
protective leather covers worn over your trousers when riding a horse
1. Kaz was anxiously waiting for the return of another member of her family when a tall chap appeared where the gate had been. 当和子焦急地等待着家里另一个成员的回来时，一个高大的小伙子出现在曾经是大门的地方。她大声叫着：
2. Hello, old chap! 喂, 老兄!
3. "Hello, old chap, you´ve got to work, eh?" said Ben. “喂，老家伙，你得干活，是吧？”本说。