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francis bacon 弗朗西斯·培根 英国哲学家
bring home the bacon 成功；谋生
鹹豬肉,熏豬肉Bonus is a stimulus for me to study the silicon in the bacon.獎金是我研究薰肉中矽原子的動力.
bacon / 5beikEn /
[U] meat from the back or sides of a pig that has been cured (= preserved using salt or smoke), usually served in thin slices
a rasher of bacon
bacon and eggs
smoked / unsmoked bacon
⇨ compare gammon , ham (1), pork
⇨ see home adv., save v.
1 salted or smoked meat from the back or sides of a pig, often served in narrow thin pieces 〔通常切成薄片的〕咸猪肉，熏猪肉
bacon and eggs
rasher of bacon British English (=piece of bacon) 熏肉（薄）片
2. bring home the bacon informal to provide enough money to support your family 挣钱养家→ save somebody’s bacon at save1(11)
Origin bacon (1300-1400) Old French from an ancient Germanic word meaning “back”
1.N-UNCOUNT 不可数名词咸猪肉；熏猪肉 Bacon is salted or smoked meat which comes from the back or sides of a pig.
…bacon and eggs.
…smoked streaky bacon.
2.PHRASE 短语成功；达到目的 If you bring home the bacon ,you achieve what you needed to achieve.
Voters are interested in the representative’s ability to bring home the bacon…
I will be most upset if this book does not bring home the bacon.
3.PHRASE 短语养家糊口；赚钱养家 The person in a family who brings home the bacon provides the family with the money they need to live.
Who brings up the baby and who brings home the bacon?
4.PHRASE 短语解救…于危难（或困境） If someone or something saves your bacon, they get you out of a dangerous or difficult situation.
Your mother once saved my bacon. She lent me money when I needed it.
[noncount] : thin strips of salted and smoked meat from the sides and the back of a pig培根；烟熏咸肉片
We ate bacon and eggs for breakfast.
a slice of bacon = (Brit) a rasher of bacon
— often used before another noun常用于另一名词前
bring home the bacon informal
: to earn the money that is needed to live赚钱糊口
He worked hard all week to bring home the bacon for his family.
save someone’s bacon
— see 1save