（中古时代的）武士; 骑士; 爵士; （国际象棋中）马
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Mr Knight said that he had resigned for personal reasons.
This collection of essays is edited by Ellen Knight.
a medieval ballad about a knight and a lady
Centre by Dean Moxey, clearance by Zat Knight.
She had worked for Dr Knight for ten years.
Could I waylay some knight...mounted on an ambling pad?
来自T. H. White
Have you read about King Arthur and Knights of the Round Table ?
Sir George was made a knight for his service to his country.
N-COUNT （中世纪的）骑士 In medieval times, a knight was a man of noble birth, who served his king or lord in battle.
VERB 封…为爵士 If someone is knighted, they are given a knighthood.
He was knighted in the Queen's birthday honours list in June 1988.
N-COUNT 爵士 A knight is a man who has been knighted.
N-COUNT （国际象棋中的）马 In chess, a knight is a piece which is shaped like a horse's head.
PHRASE 救人于危难之中的勇士 If you refer to someone as a knight in shining armour, you mean that they are kind and brave, and likely to rescue you from a difficult situation.
Love songs trick us into believing in knights in shining armor.
Knight was the top title for field soldiers during the Middle Ages.
He was made an honourary knight.
Mr. John Smith was knighted by the Queen and became Sir John Smith.
1. originally a person of noble birth trained to arms and chivalry; today in Great Britain a person honored by the sovereign for personal merit
2. a chessman in the shape of a horse's head; can move two squares horizontally and one vertically (or vice versa)
1. raise (someone) to knighthood;
- " "The Beatles were knighted" "
knight in shining armour (或 knight on a white char
an idealized or chivalrous man who comes to the rescue of a woman in a difficult situation 救美的英雄
knight of the road
(informal)a man who frequents the roads, for example a travelling sales representative, tramp, or (formerly) a highwayman (非正式)（为跑业务、旅行等）常跑路的人，（旧时的）路上劫匪
Old English cniht 'boy, youth, servant', of West Germanic origin; related to Dutch knecht and German Knecht. Sense 2 dates from the mid 16th cent.; the uses relating to Greek and Roman history derive from comparison with medieval knights