纸; 被单; 一张（通常指标准尺寸的纸）; 一大片（覆盖物）; 表格
用（床单等）包裹; 用（床单等）掩盖; 用缭绳调节（或固定）; 给…铺床单
Drop the dough onto a baking sheet with a teaspoon.
His head was swathed in bandages made from a torn sheet.
Under the newspaper, atop a sheet of paper, lay an envelope.
Place the pasta sheet onto the floured work surface.
I was indoors not wearing anything but a sheet.
Set to one side on a large baking sheet.
Write your letter on this sheet of paper.
Don't sleep between damp sheets.
Fresh sheets were put on the beds.
A sheet is a large rectangular piece of cotton or other cloth that you sleep on or cover yourself with in a bed.
Once a week, a maid changes the sheets.
...the luxury of silk sheets.
A sheet of paper is a rectangular piece of paper.
...a sheet of newspaper...
I was able to fit it all on one sheet.
You can use sheet to refer to a piece of paper which gives information about something.
usu n N
...information sheets on each country in the world.
A sheet of glass, metal, or wood is a large, flat, thin piece of it.
...a cracked sheet of glass...
Overhead cranes were lifting giant sheets of steel...
Vinyl can be laid in sheet or tile form.
A sheet of something is a thin wide layer of it over the surface of something else.
...a sheet of ice.
...a blue-grey sheet of dust.
A sheet of fire or water is a fast-moving mass of it that is difficult to see through.
The streets were now in one fierce sheet of flame...
Sheets of rain slanted across the road.
In sailing, a sheet is a line or rope used for controlling the position of a sail on a boat.
oft n N
被单, 褥单, 床单
This type of sheet steel could stand high pressure.
Each sheet was covered with small, neat handwriting.
She wrapped a sheet of paper around the book.
一团, 一片, 一层
A sheet of frost covers the windshield.
1. any broad thin expanse or surface;
- " "a sheet of ice" "
2. used for writing or printing
3. bed linen consisting of a large rectangular piece of cotton or linen cloth; used in pairs
4. (mathematics) an unbounded two-dimensional shape;
- " "we will refer to the plane of the graph as the X-Y plane" "
- " "any line joining two points on a plane lies wholly on that plane" "
5. newspaper with half-size pages
6. a flat artifact that is thin relative to its length and width
7. (nautical) a line (rope or chain) that regulates the angle at which a sail is set in relation to the wind
8. a large piece of fabric (as canvas) by means of which wind is used to propel a sailing vessel
1. come down as if in sheets;
- " "The rain was sheeting down during the monsoon" "
2. cover with a sheet, as if by wrapping;
- " "sheet the body" "
two (或 three) sheets to the wind
three sheets to the wind 或 three sheets in the wind 【非正式用语】
Intoxicated; drunk. 有点醉的：中毒的；酒醉的
Old English scēte, scīete, of Germanic origin; related to the verb shoot in its primary sense 'to project'
Old English scēata 'lower corner of a sail', of Germanic origin; related to Old Norse skauti 'kerchief' (see also sheet)