例句2. a jacket with the arms hacked off’
例句3. an arm of the sea’
例句4. the political arm of the separatist group’
Safety of transportable motor-operated electric tools--Particular requirements for radial arm saws
Pillow one’s head on one’s arm
Leaning forwards, the patient then slides his unaffected arm into the second sleeve.
Could not move his arm .
The man in the panama hat offered his arm and . . . they processed into the dining room
When you bend your elbow, the muscles of the arm contract.
Electric spark stung his arm .
A Bad lump on the arm
The nurse wound a bandage round my wounded arm .
indicator moving arm for motor vehicles
Link one’s arm in another person’s arm
The robber stabbed him in the arm .
Threw her leg over the arm of the chair.
She seized my arm .
Lifting weights will build arm and shoulder muscles.
I lent the old woman my arm as she couldn’t walk easily.
The cat’s claws stuck out and scratched my arm .
After the accident, his left arm withered up and became useless.
The couple strolled arm in arm.
The girl carried a thin volume of poetry under her arm .
Your arm ’s got a fracture.
Can you lift your right arm ?
How did you come by that wound in your arm ?
Fans pawing a celebrity’s arm .
A driver should signal his intention to turn by putting out his arm or by using his car indicator.
Give me your arm .
If you twist my arm , I’ll stay for a second Beer.
Shot out her arm to prevent the bottle from falling.
Reached out an arm .
The arm is out.
relieve sb’s arm of pain
1.A branch or division of a company or organization.
‘the political _arm_ of the separatist group’
‘The foundation acts as a research _arm_ and umbrella organization for its member companies.’
2.A flexible limb of an invertebrate animal, e.g. an octopus.
‘The food is transferred down the _arms_ to the mouth by tube feet located on the pinnules and _arms_ .’
‘In feeding, the _arms_ of crinoids can be arranged in several ways.’
3.A narrow strip of water or land projecting from a larger body.
‘the whole place is divided into two equal parts by an _arm_ of the sea’
‘The breach consisted of a 300-foot-long bridge-covered opening in the causeway near Lakeside, which allowed the rapid flow of south- _arm_ water into the north _arm_ .’
4.A side part of a chair or other seat on which a sitter can rest their arm.
‘he draped his legs over the _arm_ of the sofa’
‘a large walnut desk chair with padded _arms_ ’
5.A sleeve of a garment.
‘The shirt has the same pattern as the short sleeve shirts except for an additional pattern over the biceps and the elbow on both _arms_ .’
‘He was still wearing a surf suit that day, though one with short sleeves at the _arms_ and legs coming to his knees.’
6.A thing comparable to an arm in form or function, typically something that projects from a larger structure.
‘cables will secure the boom to steel _arms_ installed near the top of the tower’
‘a cat was curled up on an _arm_ of the tree’
7.An ability to bowl, pitch, or throw a ball skilfully.
‘he has a good _arm_ ’
‘He has the _arm_ to make any throw, but it’s his solid base that scouts have praised.’
8.Each of the lines enclosing an angle.
‘If the inducing angle is overestimated, the test line should be seen as parallel when it is actually rotated away from the nearby _arm_ of the angle’
‘The test line could be rotated as much as 11° clockwise or counterclockwise with respect to the relevant _arm_ of the inducing angle.’
9.Each of the two upper limbs of the human body from the shoulder to the hand.
‘she held the baby in her _arms_ ’
‘She held her _arms_ up slowly and curved at her elbows, each _arm_ going in the opposite direction.’
10.Each of the types of troops of which an army is composed, such as infantry or artillery.
‘The war produced rich experience of interaction between engineer troops and other _arms_ .’
‘This is an army that is learning its trade as a combined _arms_ team at very high cost.’
11.Used to refer to something powerful or protective.
‘they have extended the _arm_ of friendship to developing countries’
‘Alison butted in and placed a protective _arm_ around her daughter as she gave her a kiss on the forehead.’
12.Used to refer to the holding of a person’s arm in support or companionship.
‘as they walked he offered her his _arm_ ’
‘I’m so proud to have you on my _arm_ ’
1.Activate the fuse of (a bomb, missile, or other explosive device) so that it is ready to explode.
‘the bomb would be quite safe until it was _armed_ ’
‘In the missile round a team had to _arm_ itself with missiles and choose another to attack.’
2.Supply or provide with equipment, tools, or other items in preparation or readiness for something.
‘she _armed_ them with brushes and mops’
‘If you were _armed_ with the financial knowledge you now have would you have done things differently?’
3.Supply or provide with weapons.
‘the security forces are _armed_ with automatic rifles’
‘From a few feet back, Will had put away his dagger and _armed_ himself with a bow and arrow.’
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