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flinch

US [flɪntʃ]
UK [flɪntʃ]
  • n.退缩
  • v.畏缩;(突然)退缩
  • Web望而却步;震栗危情;挠
Simple Present:flinches  Present Participle:flinching  Past Tense:flinched  
flinch
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v.
— see also
unflinching
1.
(突然)退缩;畏缩to make a sudden movement with your face or body as a result of pain, fear, surprise, etc.
He met my gaze without flinching.
他毫不畏缩,跟我对视着。
He flinched at the sight of the blood.
他一见到血就往后退。
She flinched away from the dog.
她一下子避开了那条狗。

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