- [C]（某些植物，如竹或甘蔗的）茎 the hard hollow stem of some plants, for example bamboo or sugar
- [U]（用于制作家具等的）竹竿，藤条 these stems used as a material for making furniture, etc.
- [C]竹椅；藤杖；手杖 a long thin stick that a person uses to help them walk, especially one with a curved handle
- [C]（旧时学校用于惩罚学童的）竹杖，藤条 a piece of cane or a thin rod, used in the past in some schools for beating children as a punishment
- vt. 用藤条打，用藤杖打，杖笞（作为惩罚） hit a child with a cane as a punishment
a stick that people can lean on to help them walk
a strong slender often flexible stem as of bamboos, reeds, rattans, or sugar cane
a stiff switch used to hit students as punishment
beat with a cane
He offered to strike the boy with his cane.
He walks along briskly, twirl his cane in the air.
The blow of the cane stung the boy's fingers.
She thrashed the children with a cane.
They cane our palms according to our marks.
English schoolmasters used to cane the boys as a punishment.
Long piece of cane are used to make furniture and to weave baskets.
This sugar cane is quite a sweet and juicy.
Mother is having the chair cane.
It was made entirely of cane.
She bought a chair made of cane.
Since he broke his leg, he had to walk with a cane.
My grandmother walks with a cane.
The teacher gave him the cane for fighting in school.
He got the cane for cheating.
I got the cane for smoking.
My father used to cane me when I behaved badly.
The jailer caned the man.
England were caned by France in last night's game.