narrow cord made of threads twisted together and used to tie, fasten, etc.
tightly stretched piece of catgut or wire, e.g. in a violin, harp or guitar, which produces a musical note when it vibrates
a set of objects connected together on a thread
a set of things, events, etc. following each other closely
put a string or strings on
put (pearls, etc.) on a string
"the strings played superlatively well"
"a string of islands"
"train of mourners"
"a train of thought"
"he pulled the drawstring and closed the bag"
"a string of beads"
"a strand of pearls"
"string pearls on a string"
"the child drew glass beads on a string"
"thread dried cranberries"
"string these ideas together"
"string up these songs and you'll have a musical"
"string the package"
"string my guitar"
To see a man swing At the end of a string.
出自： R. H. Barham
Ten thousand men, strung over a large extent of country.
出自： Conan Doyle
His children..followed strung out behind him like a row of ducklings.
出自： S. Chitty
Lights had been strung on the trees of the big gardens.
The beads were strung on very fine nylon.
The promise 3 days strung out to 6 weeks.
They strung up coloured lights round the room.
What he said at the meeting strung her nerves up.
They were stringing themselves up to solve the problem when I called on them.
Two of the rebel leaders were strung up as a warning to the others.
The children were all strung up over the show of wire-walking.