pair of scissors• Downstairs he found Beryl at the table with the newspaper, her coffee and a pair of scissors.• Lewie took out a pair of scissors and with this big smile on his face cut off my tie.• This represents a pair of scissors, Holmes.• Thereupon, she said a prayer, took a pair of scissors and cut it off.• She snippedcrispgreenstalks with a pair of scissors.• We might have found the pair of scissors that killed Nicola Sharpe.
(1300-1400)Old Frenchcisoires, from Late Latincisorium“cutting tool”, from Latincaedere“to cut”
ADJECTIVE | ... OF SCISSORS | VERB + SCISSORS | SCISSORS + VERBADJECTIVE➤blunt, sharp鈍剪刀；鋒利的剪刀▸➤kitchen廚房用剪刀▸➤nail指甲剪➤small小剪刀... OF SCISSORS➤pair一把剪刀◇a pair of nail scissors 一把指甲剪VERB + SCISSORS➤cut sth with, use用剪刀剪⋯；用剪刀◇Don't use these scissors to cut paper or cardboard. 不要用這把剪刀剪紙或卡紙。SCISSORS + VERB➤cut剪刀剪◇These scissors don't cut very well. 這把剪刀不太快。