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藤椅
Simplified 藤椅
Traditional 籐椅
Related words 藤椅编制工 
Pin Yin
teng2 yi3
English
  • cane chair
Examples:
1. “不晓得怎么样,今天会这样累,”张太太换上一件旧湖绉皮袄,倒在床前一张藤椅上,感叹地说。
"I don't know why I'm so tired today." Mrs. Chang sighed. She had put on a fur-lined silk jacket and sat wearily in a cane chair beside the bed.
2. 盆形藤椅
A rattan peel tub-chair
3. 吴荪甫似乎厌见那些灯光,独自踱到那小池边,在一只闲放着的藤椅子里坐了,重重地吐一口气。
As if repelled by the glare, Wu Sun-fu made for the edge of the pond, where he sat down in a cane-chair which happened to be left there, and heaved a deep sigh.
4. 他走到窗前,在藤椅上坐下去。
Chuehhsin walked over to the window and sat down on a wicker chair.
5. 他坐在一把藤椅上。
He is sitting on a cane chair.
6. 摩莉坐在西特伦那把藤椅上。
Molly in Citron's basketchair.
7. 一八八九号的车子开到了,藤椅子也上了岸,吴老太爷也被扶进汽车里坐定了,二小姐——杜姑太太跟着便坐在老太爷旁边。
The new car drove up, while the bearers landed the cane-chair with its occupant. They got the old man settled in the car, and Mrs. Tu took her place beside him.
8. 早过了六十岁的祖父躺在床前一把藤椅上,身子显得很长。
Well over sixty, the old man lay in a reclining chair. His body looked very long to Chueh-hui.
9. 荪甫他们三位走上了那“公司船”的甲板时,吴老太爷已经由云飞的茶房扶出来坐上藤椅子了。
While Wu Sun-fu and the Tu couple were picking their way across the deck of the tug, a cabin boy helped Old Mr. Wu out on deck and sat him down in the cane-chair.