英 [‘ærəʊ] 美 [‘æroʊ] n. 箭；箭头
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There is space for our three boys to play outside, to shoot arrows, collect tree seeds, build earth houses and climb trees.
That sign may have been no more than a plow (犁) carved into a piece of wood and a simple arrow pointing to the shop door.
bow and arrow 弓和箭；弧矢
down arrow 下箭头键
arrow key [计]箭头键
black arrow 黑箭；投掷影箭；黑箭英国运载火箭
right arrow [计]右箭头键
left arrow n. [计]左箭头键
arrow head 箭头
up arrow 向上箭头键
shoot an arrow 射箭
箭,矢,箭狀物;箭頭符號I threw a row of arrows, which narrowly passed the narrow-minded man’s eyebrows.我擲了一排箭,箭緊擦心胸狹窄的人的眉毛而過.
1. a thin stick with a sharp point at one end, which is shot from a bow
a bow and arrow
to fire / shoot an arrow
The road continues as straight as an arrow.
2. a mark or sign like an arrow (), used to show direction or position
Follow the arrows.
Use the arrow keys to move the cursor.
2 a sign in the shape of an arrow, used to show direction 〔指示方向的〕箭号，箭头（符号）
Follow the arrows to the X-ray department.
→ straight arrow
Origin arrow Old English arwe
1.N-COUNT 可数名词箭；矢 An arrow is a long thin weapon which is sharp and pointed at one end and which often has feathers at the other end. An arrow is shot from a bow.
Warriors armed with bows and arrows and spears have invaded their villages.
2.N-COUNT 可数名词箭头（用来指示方向，符号为→） An arrow is a written or printed sign that consists of a straight line with another line bent at a sharp angle at one end. This is a printed arrow: →. The arrow points in a particular direction to indicate where something is.
A series of arrows points the way to the modest grave of Andrei Sakharov.
3. slings and arrows→see: sling;
plural arrows [count] 1
: a weapon that is made to be shot from a bow and that is usually a stick with a point at one end and feathers at the other end箭；矢
shoot an arrow
: a mark (such as →) that is shaped like an arrow and that is used to show direction箭头；箭号
The arrow on the map points north.
— see also straight arrow