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bayonet 中文解釋 wordnet sense Collocation Usage
Verb
/ˈbāənit/,/ˌbāəˈnet/,
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bayonets, plural;
  1. Stab (someone) with a bayonet

Noun
  1. A swordlike stabbing blade that may be fixed to the muzzle of a rifle for use in hand-to-hand fighting

  2. Denoting a fitting for a light bulb, camera lens, or other appliance that is engaged by being pushed into a socket and then twisted to lock it in place


  1. a knife that can be fixed to the end of a rifle and used as a weapon
  2. stab or kill someone with a bayonet
  3. A bayonet (from French baïonnette) is a knife-, dagger-, sword-, or spike-shaped weapon designed to fit on, over or underneath the muzzle of a rifle barrel or similar weapon, effectively turning the gun into a spear. It is a close quarter battle combat or last-resort weapon.
  4. A pointed instrument of the dagger kind fitted on the muzzle of a musket or rifle, so as to give the soldier increased means of offence and defence. ...
  5. (Bayonets) provided a useful addition to the weapon-system when an enemy charging to contact could cross the musket's killing ground (a range of approximately 100 yards/metres at the most optimistic) at the expense of perhaps only one or two volleys from their waiting opponents.
  6. A style of bulb base which uses keyways instead of threads to connect the bulb to the fixture base. The bulb is locked in place by pushing it down and turning it clockwise.
  7. (pronounced bay-uh-net) A metal blade, like a long knife or short sword, that could be attached to the end of a musket or rifle-musket and used as a spear or pike in hand-to-hand combat.
  8. knife-like weapon attached to the front end of a musket or rifle
  9. A sword for stabbing attached to the end of a gun. The Korean War witnessed what may well prove to be the last bayonet charges in military history.
  10. a type of electrical connector for foil and sabre.
  11. A type of lens mount commonly used with heavier lenses, such as zoom lenses. In contrast to screw-mount lenses, bayonet lenses are attached to the camera with a locking mechanism. Bayonet lenses can typically be changed much faster than screw-mount lenses.
  12. To dream of a bayonet, signifies that enemies will hold you in their power, unless you get possession of the bayonet.
  13. Bay-O-Net fusing is used to protect transformers and distribution systems. It is designed for use in oil filled pad mounted or substation transformers. They typically consist of a Bay-O-Net fuse assembly and a fuse link.
  14. Filgaian gunblade ARM, favored by Ashley Winchester (WA2) and Janearth ("Janus") Cascade (WA3).
  15. (n.) An edged weapon mounted on the muzzle end of a firearm as a backup weapon.  The first bayonets were essentially daggers which were stuck in the muzzle of a musket, so that it could be used as a pike in close combat. ...
  16. A blade that attaches to the barrel of a shoulder firearm and extends beyond the muzzle for stabbing and slashing during close infantry combat.
  17. (US, Civil War-WW1) Infantryman
  18. A knife that was attached to the end of a rifle so that it could be used in close quarters combat turning a rifle into a spear. ...
  19. a lens holder system which only requires a rotation of less than 90 degrees to do the replacement lens.