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fling

US [flɪŋ]
UK [flɪŋ]
  • v.抛;猛动(身体或身体部位);粗暴地(向某人)说
  • n.一阵尽情欢乐;一时的放纵;短暂的风流韵事
  • Web掷;丢;投
Past Tense:flung  Simple Present:flings  Present Participle:flinging  
fling
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v.
— see also
far-flung
1.
~ sb/sth + adv./prep.
(尤指生气地)扔,掷,抛,丢to throw sb/sth somewhere with force, especially because you are angry
Someone had flung a brick through the window.
有人把一块砖扔进了窗户。
He flung her to the ground.
他把她推倒在地。
The door was suddenly flung open.
门突然被推开了。
He had his enemies flung into prison .
他把敌人投进了监狱。
2.
~ yourself/sth + adv./prep.
猛动(身体或身体部位)to move yourself or part of your body suddenly and with a lot of force
She flung herself onto the bed.
她扑倒在床上。
He flung out an arm to stop her from falling.
他猛伸手臂扶她,阻止她跌倒。
3.
~ sth (at sb).+ speech
粗暴地(向某人)说;气势汹汹地(对某人)说to say sth to sb in an aggressive way
They were flinging insults at each other.
他们互相辱骂。
n.
— see also
Highland fling
1.
一阵尽情欢乐;一时的放纵a short period of enjoyment when you do not allow yourself to worry or think seriously about anything
He was determined to have one last fling before retiring.
他决心在退休前最后痛痛快快地玩乐一番。
2.
~ (with sb)
短暂的风流韵事a short sexual relationship with sb

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