形容词:oared 动词过去式:oared 过去分词:oared 现在分词:oaring 第三人称单数:oars
1 long pole with a flat blade, pulled by hand in order to drive a boat through the water 桨. =>illus at row 见row插图.
2 (idm 习语) put/shove/stick one's `oar in; put/shove/stick in one's `oar (infml 口) give an opinion, some advice, etc without being asked; interfere 干涉; 干预
*I know how to mend a fuse and I don't need you shoving your oar in! 我知道怎么弄保险丝, 用不着你管!
[Language: Old English;Origin:
a long pole with a wide flat blade at one end, used for rowing a boat
→paddleput/stick/get your oar inBrE informal
to get involved in a conversation or situation when the other people do not want you to We were getting along fine until you stuck your oar in.
1. He is the best oar in the crew. 他是水手中最佳划手。