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whoosh

US [hwʊʃ]
UK [wʊʃ]
  • n.(风吹)呼呼;(水流)哗哗
  • v.(空气)呼呼地移动;(水)哗哗地流
  • int.
  • Web呼呼声;飞快移动;嘶嘶声
Simple Present:whooshes  Present Participle:whooshing  Past Tense:whooshed  
Whoosh
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n.
1.
[ususing]
(informal)
(风吹)呼呼;(水流)哗哗the sudden movement and sound of air or water rushing past
a whoosh of air
呼的一口气
There was a whoosh as everything went up in flames.
“呼”的一声,一切都毁于火海。
v.
1.
[i]
(informal)
+ adv./prep.
(空气)呼呼地移动;(水)哗哗地流to move very quickly with the sound of air or water rushing

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