- n.钉，桩; 借口，遁词，; （提琴等的）弦钮; 尖头物，爪，（晒衣用的）衣夹，（帽）挂;
- vt.固定，限制，限定（工资等）; 在…上钉木钉，用木钉[短桩]钉住;
- vi.疾行; 孜孜不倦地做某事;
- 复数: pegs;
- 第三人称单数: pegs;
- 过去式: pegged;
- 过去分词: pegged;
- 现在分词: pegging;
There's a peg near the door to hang your coat on.
To avoid damaging the tree, hammer a wooden peg into the hole.
Instead of dining in top restaurants and wearing expensive suits, he likes to eat hamburgers and buys clothes off the peg.
We thought it was time they were brought down a peg or two.
Taylor is clearly the wrong man for the job—a square peg in a round hole.
His work jacket hung on the peg in the kitchen.
I took off my poncho, shook it out, and hung it on a peg by the door.
The Bank wants to peg rates at 9%.
Taylor is clearly the wrong man for the job — a square peg in a round hole.
We'd have liked to see her taken down a peg, but not this way.
I thought the oldest were going to peg out.
Sam was left at the dinner table with Peg.
Peg down netting over the top to keep out leaves.
Just crank up your hearing aid a peg or two.
I've declined the invitation to the Royal Garden Party; I'd just to be a square peg in a round hole among all those posh people.
Hang your overcoat on the peg in the hall.
You go and show her a thing or two , bring her down a peg and see if she can still be so high and mighty.
You hang clothes on a peg fixed to a wall or door.
He has not a peg to hang on.
Please hang your coat on the peg in the hall.
China's decision last weekend to suspend its currency peg should help the process along.
I'm a square peg in a round hole when I'm playing football.
Peg the clothes out on the line to dry.
The seaman noted that the pirate had a peg leg, hook, and an eyepatch.
水手见海盗有条假腿, 一把充假手的铁钩, 而且还戴了眼罩.
The patient suffering from spontaneous pneumothorax recently or received pneumoencephalography ( PEG ) of the nervous system.
近期患自发性气胸的病人或者近期做过气脑 造影 的神经系统病症的患者.
It's a lovely, windy day. Help me peg out the washing.
天气真好, 又有风, 请把我洗好的衣服晾出去.
Maintaining a currency peg in the face of massive capital inflows is extremely difficult.
The peg also makes Hong Kong attractive to investors during a period of currency instability.
I hurried to the hall, pulled my coat from the peg and ran outside.
1. a wooden pin pushed or driven into a surface
2. small markers inserted into a surface to mark scores or define locations etc.
3. informal terms of the leg;
"fever left him weak on his sticks"
4. a prosthesis that replaces a missing leg
5. regulator that can be turned to regulate the pitch of the strings of a stringed instrument
6. a holder attached to the gunwale of a boat that holds the oar in place and acts as a fulcrum for rowing
1. succeed in obtaining a position;
"He nailed down a spot at Harvard"
2. pierce with a wooden pin or knock or thrust a wooden pin into into
3. fasten or secure with a wooden pin;
"peg a tent"
4. stabilize (the price of a commodity or an exchange rate) by legislation or market operations;
"The weak currency was pegged to the US Dollar"
off the peg
(chiefly Brit.)(of clothes) ready-made rather than made to order
a peg to hang a matter on
something used as a pretext or occasion for the discussion or treatment of a wider subject
a square peg in a round hole
a person in a situation unsuited to their abilities or character
take someone down a peg or two
make someone realize that they are less talented or important than they think are
(informal)continue working hard at or trying to achieve something, especially over a long period
peg someone back
reduce or eradicate the lead of an opponent in a race or game
(informal, chiefly Brit.)die
score the winning point at cribbage
(Croquet)hit the peg with the ball as the final stroke in a game
peg something out
mark the boundaries of an area of land
I went out to peg out our assembly area.
take (someone) down a peg
To reduce the pride of; humble.
定价 联系汇率制 汇价钉住 固定证券价格
- peg legs
Do all the hippies wear peg legs?
- peg legs