He was a man of chivalry and honor. 他是一个有骑士精神和荣誉感的人。
The cavalry charged at the enemy lines. 骑兵向敌人阵线发起冲锋。
He was knighted by the king for his bravery. 他因其勇敢而被国王封为爵士。
英文短含义：A cavalry is a group of soldiers who fight on horses. Cavalry can also refer to any military unit that is quick and mobile./
英文长含义：If a general said, “Send in the cavalry!” you can be sure a group of soldiers are being called upon. The only question is whether the cavalry is the traditional sort or if the word is being used more loosely. Traditionally, a cavalry is a unit of troops on horseback. When horses were a primary means of transportation, cavalries were a common part of war. Since then, a cavalry might be any unit of soldiers that can be quickly deployed.
例句1：Therefore, as the defects of both these kinds of infantry are recognized, a new type can be organized that is able to withstand cavalry and has no fear of foot-soldiers.
– from The Prince
例句2：One has a cavalry sword hanging from his belt, and after I put him down I unsheathe the sword and test its weight.
– from Dread Nation
例句3：He rode stiffly, dizzily, looking for someone to give him orders for what was left of his cavalry.
– from The Killer Angels: The Classic Novel of the Civil War
含义：n. 骑士精神（复数 chivalries）；骑士制度
英文短含义：Men behaving courteously toward women — holding the door for them, offering them their jackets when it’s cold — is called chivalry. Many women consider chivalry a lost art. Nice work, fellas./
英文长含义：Cavalry (soldiers on horseback) and chivalry have the same root: the Medieval Latin word caballarius, meaning “horseman” or “knight.” In the Middle Ages, a knight was expected to be brave, loyal, and to open the tavern door for his date. Picture a knight kneeling before a maiden and kissing her hand. It’s a classic image of chivalry from the storybooks. Some women wonder whether chivalry has ever existed anywhere else.
例句1：A small voice inside Harry’s head answered him: Their daring, nerve, and chivalry set Gryffindors apart.
– from Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows
例句2：Acts of gruesomely violent chivalry and vehicular aggression.
– from | ‘Drive’: ?Drive,? With Ryan Gosling – Review
例句3：Seasons, Stars and cavaliers dance a slowly unfolding choral ceremony in which Cinderella and the Prince perform a bridal adagio of immense grandeur and chivalry.
Seasons、Stars 和 cavaliers 跳着缓慢展开的合唱仪式，灰姑娘和王子在仪式中表演了一段无比庄严和骑士精神的新娘慢板。
– from Dance Review | Joffrey Ballet: Enchantment in a Race Against the Clock
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