cauldron

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Hungarian goulash in a cauldron

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源自中古英語 caudroun,借自古諾曼語 caudron,最终源自晚期拉丁語 caldāria (),源自拉丁語 caldus (热的)。后添加了“l”来使其偏向拉丁语词形。还见chowdercaldera

军事义项意譯德語 Kessel,对比英語 kettling

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  • IPA(幫助)/ˈkɔːl.dɹən/, (过时) /ˈkəʊl.dɹən/
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cauldron (複數 cauldrons)

  1. 近義詞: kettle
    • Template:RQ:Shakespeare Macbeth
    • 1997,J. K. Rowling, Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone,Raincoast Books, →ISBN, 頁號102:
      Template:… I don't expect you will really understand the beauty of the softly simmering cauldron with its shimmering fumes, the delicate power of liquids that creep through human veins, bewitching the mind, ensnaring the senses … Template:…
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    • 2004,Carl Neal, The Magick Toolbox: The Ultimate Compendium for Choosing and Using Ritual Implements and Magickal Tools,Red Wheel/Weiser, LLC, →ISBN:
      Large cauldrons are a little tricky to locate, but are well worth the search if you have a place to safely store and use one.
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    • 有關使用本詞的更多用例,請參閱Citations:cauldron
  2. (軍事) 包围围困
    同類詞: kettle
    • 1966,George H. Stein, The Waffen SS: Hitler’s Elite Guard at War, 1939–1945, →ISBN, 頁號217:
      After having defended the constantly shrinking perimeter of their position for over two weeks, the encircled German units in the Cherkassy “cauldron” were ordered to break out.
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    • 2012,Hans Wijers, Winter Storm: The Battle for Stalingrad and the Operation to Rescue 6th Army, →ISBN, 頁號153:
      The cauldron had been formed, and some 2,000 Soviets had been encircled in it; the division estimated this quite a success.
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    • 2016,Paul Robinson,“Explaining the Ukrainian Army’s defeat in Donbass in 2014”,出自J. L. Black; Michael Johns編, The Return of the Cold War: Ukraine, the West and Russia, →ISBN, 頁號120:
      This could have been avoided had the Ukrainian Army either evacuated the troops in the southern cauldron once it became clear that their position was untenable or reinforced them substantially in order to reopen supply lines.
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