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flurry

US [ˈflɜri]
UK [ˈflʌri]
  • n.一阵忙乱(或激动、兴奋等);小阵雪(或雨等)
  • v.搅乱;使混乱;慌张
  • Web乱舞;疾风;阵风
Plural Form:flurries  
flurry
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n.
1.
[ususing]
一阵忙乱(或激动、兴奋等)an occasion when there is a lot of activity, interest, excitement, etc. within a short period of time
a sudden flurry of activity
突然的频繁活动
Her arrival caused a flurry of excitement .
她的到来引起了一阵轰动。
A flurry of shots rang out in the darkness.
黑暗中突然发出一阵枪声。
2.
小阵雪(或雨等)a small amount of snow, rain, etc. that falls for a short time and then stops
snow flurries
小雪阵阵
flurries of snow
阵阵小雪
3.
(纸张、织物,尤指衣服)窸窣a sudden short movement of paper or cloth, especially clothes
The ladies departed in a flurry of silks and satins.
女士们在一片绸缎窸窣声中离去。

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