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dart

US [dɑrt]
UK [dɑː(r)t]
  • n.标枪;箭;刺;镳
  • v.投掷(标枪等);放射;急冲;突进
  • Web飞镖;达特;死褶
Present Participle:darting  Past Tense:darted  Simple Present:darts  
dart
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n.
1.
[c]
镖;飞镖a small pointed object, sometimes with feathers to help it fly, that is shot as a weapon or thrown in the game of darts
a poisoned dart
有毒的飞镖
2.
[u]
掷镖游戏(常见于英国酒吧里)a game in which darts are thrown at a round board marked with numbers for scoring. Darts is often played in British pubs.
a darts match
掷镖赛
3.
[sing]
猛冲;突进;飞奔a sudden quick movement
She made a dart for the door.
她朝门口冲去。
4.
[sing]
突发的强烈情感a sudden feeling of a strong emotion
Nina felt a sudden dart of panic.
尼娜突然感到一阵恐慌。
5.
[c]
省缝,缝褶(为使衣服更合身而在衣料上缝进去的部分)a pointed fold that is sewn in a piece of clothing to make it fit better
v.
1.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
猛冲;突进;飞奔to move suddenly and quickly in a particular direction
A dog darted across the road in front of me.
一条狗突然在我面前窜过马路。
Her eyes darted around the room, looking for Greg.
她迅速环视了一下房间,寻找格雷格。
2.
[t]
(朝某人猛然)看,瞥to look at sb suddenly and quickly
He darted an impatient look at Vicky.
他不耐烦地朝维基瞥了一眼。
He darted Vicky an impatient look.
他不耐烦地瞥了维基一眼。

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