2016年2月9日 星期二

render, lard-free, schmaltz, billiard/carom, mercifully

The North Korean satellite launched this weekend is tumbling in orbit, rendering it useless, just like another one of the country's satellites launched in December 2012.
The Trade: The Volcker Rule, Made Bloated and Weak
Bank lobbyists could not kill the Volcker Rule, so Jesse Eisinger of Propublica says they got Congress and regulators to render it hopelessly vague and complex.
台湾の廃油ラード、香港からも原料
【台北=山下和成】台湾の食品薬物管理署は12日、台湾の廃油を原料にした食用ラードの流通問題で、ラードの製造元の強冠企業(高雄市)が香港からも違法な ...





Lard-Free
The Nexus phone is mercifully free from the proprietary user interfaces and apps that manufacturers and carriers often lard atop Android. And Ice Cream Sandwich brings some welcome enhancements.


merciful
(mûr'sĭ-fəl) pronunciation
adj.
Full of mercy; compassionate: sought merciful treatment for the captives. See synonyms at humane.

mercifully mer'ci·ful·ly adv.
mercifulness mer'ci·ful·ness n.




lard

(lärd) pronunciation
n.
The white solid or semisolid rendered fat of a hog.

tr.v., lard·ed, lard·ing, lards.
  1. To cover or coat with lard or a similar fat.
  2. To insert strips of fat or bacon in (meat) before cooking.
    1. To enrich or lace heavily with extra material; embellish: larded the report with quotations.
    2. To fill throughout; inject: "The history of Sicily was larded with treachery" (Mario Puzo).
[Middle English, from Old French larde, from Latin lārdum.]
lardy lard'y adj.



lard
[名][U]ラード:豚の脂肪から精製した油.━━[動](他)1 〈物に〉ラードを塗る;〈肉を〉豚肉やベーコンで味つけする. ⇒LARDON2 〈文章・話を〉(比喩・専門語・外国語などで)飾り立て...

lard

Line breaks: lard
Pronunciation: /lɑːd  /




NOUN

[MASS NOUN]
1Fat from the abdomen of a pig that is rendered and clarified for use in cooking.
1.1INFORMAL Excess fat in a person:I’ve got to give up fags and shift some lardhe’s just a tub of lard

VERB

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1Insert strips of fat or bacon in (meat) before cooking:he larded the joint with garlic and anchovies
1.1Smear or cover (a foodstuff) with lard or fat to prevent it drying out during storage:farmhouse cheeses are dipped in wax or larded
2(usually be larded with) Embellish (talk or writing) with an excessive number of esoteric or technical expressions:his conversation is larded with quotations from Coleridge
2.1Cover or fill thickly or excessively:the pages were larded with corrections and crossings-out

Origin

Middle English (also denoting fat bacon or pork): from Old French 'bacon', from Latin lardumlaridum, related to Greek larinos 'fat'.
Derivatives

lardy
ADJECTIVE (lardierlardiest)

render

Melt down (fat) in order to clarify it:the fat was being cut up and rendered for lard

render Line breaks: ren¦der
Pronunciation: /ˈrɛndə/

Definition of render in English:

verb


[WITH OBJECT]
1Provide or give (a service, help, etc.):money serves as a reward for services renderedMrs Evans would render assistance to those she thought were in need
1.1Submit or present for inspection or consideration:he would render income tax returns at the end of the year
1.2Deliver (a verdict or judgement):the jury’s finding amounted to the clearest verdict yet rendered upon the scandal
1.3literary Give upsurrender:he will render up his immortal soul
2[WITH OBJECT AND COMPLEMENT] Cause to be or become; make:the rains rendered his escape impossible
3Represent or depict artistically:the eyes and the cheeks are exceptionally well rendered
3.1Perform (a piece of music):soprano solo reverently rendered by Linda Howie
3.2Translate:the phrase was rendered into English
3.3Computing Process (an outline image) using colour and shading in order to make it appear solid and three-dimensional:he is forced to render images by intermixing pixels of a few basic colours
4Covertly send (a foreign criminal or terrorist suspect) for interrogation abroad; subject toextraordinary rendition.
5Melt down (fat) in order to clarify it:the fat was being cut up and rendered for lard
5.1Process (the carcass of an animal) in order to extract proteins, fats, and other usable parts:(as adjective renderedthe rendered down remains of sheep
6Cover (stone or brick) with a coat of plaster:external walls will be rendered and tiled

noun


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A first coat of plaster applied to a brick or stone surface.

Derivatives


renderer
noun

Origin

Late Middle English: from Old French rendre, from an alteration of Latin reddere 'give back', fromre- 'back' + dare 'give'. The earliest senses were 'recite', 'translate', and 'give back' (hence 'represent' and 'perform'); 'hand over' (hence 'give help' and 'submit for consideration'); 'cause to be'; and 'melt down'.


schmaltz

音節
schmal(t)z
発音
ʃmɑ'ːlts
schmaltzの慣用句
schmaltzy, (全1件)
[名][U]
1 ((米略式))(音楽・通俗連続ドラマなどの)誇張された感傷主義.
2 (特に鶏の)油, 脂肪.
[イディッシュ]
schmal(t)z・y
[形]((米略式))ひどく感傷的な.
carom
(kăr'əm) pronunciation
n.
  1. A collision followed by a rebound.
    1. A shot in billiards in which the cue ball successively strikes two other balls. Also called billiard.撞球
    2. A similar shot in a related game, such as pool.

v., -omed, -om·ing, -oms. v.intr.
  1. To collide and rebound; glance: The car caromed off the guardrail into the ditch.
  2. To make a carom, as in billiards.
v.tr.
To cause to carom.

[Short for carambole, a stroke at billiards, from French, a billiard ball, from Spanish carambola, a stroke at billiards, perhaps from Portuguese, carambola. See carambola.]

billiard

[形]((限定))ビリヤード[玉突き]の
a billiard room [table]
ビリヤード室[台].
━━[名]=carom 1.
[フランス語billard(bille棒+-ARD)]
bil・liard・ist
[名]

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