动词过去式:lofted 过去分词:lofted 现在分词:lofting 第三人称单数:lofts
/lɒft; [US] lɔ:ft; lɔft/
1 (a) room or space directly under the roof of a house, used for storing things 阁楼, 顶楼（用以存放东西）
*[attrib 作定语] a loft conversion, ie one that has been made into a room or rooms for living in （改装的）阁楼居室.
(b) space under the roof of a stable or barn, used for storing hay, etc 厩楼（用以贮放乾草等）.
2 (US) one of the upper floors of a warehouse, etc （仓库等的）上层楼面, 楼上.
3 gallery or upper level in a church or hall （教堂或大厅内的）楼厢
*the `organ-loft 教堂内的风琴台.
/lɒft; [US] lɔ:ft; lɔft/ v [Tn, Tn.pr] (esp sport 尤用于体育) hit, kick or throw (a ball) in a high arc 击、踢、掷高弧（球）
*loft the ball over the goalkeeper 踢高弧球越过守门员
* a lofted drive, eg at cricket or golf 击出高球（如板球或高尔夫球）.
A hayloft is a space above a barn, stable or cow-shed, traditionally used for storage of hay or other fodder for the animals below. Haylofts were used mainly before the widespread use of hay bales, which allow simpler handling of bulk hay.