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deflect

US [dɪˈflekt]
UK [dɪ'flekt]
  • v.转向;转移;引开;阻止(某人做已决定做的事)
  • Web偏斜;使转向;使偏斜
Simple Present:deflects  Present Participle:deflecting  Past Tense:deflected  
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v.
1.
[i][t]
(尤指击中某物后)偏斜,转向,使偏斜,使转向to change direction or make sth change direction, especially after hitting sth
The ball deflected off Reid's body into the goal.
球打在里德身上反弹进球门。
He raised his arm to try to deflect the blow.
他举起手臂试图挡开这一击。
2.
[t]
~ sth
转移;引开to succeed in preventing sth from being directed towards you
All attempts to deflect attention from his private life have failed.
本想转移人们对他私生活的注意,但一切努力都失败了。
She sought to deflect criticism by blaming her family.
她责怪她的家人,企图以此转移对她的批评。
3.
[t]
~ sb (from sth)
阻止(某人做已决定做的事)to prevent sb from doing sth that they are determined to do
The government will not be deflected from its commitments.
政府决不会因任何阻碍而放弃承诺。

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