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juggle

US [ˈdʒʌɡ(ə)l]
UK ['dʒʌɡ(ə)l]
  • v.玩杂耍(连续向空中抛接多个物体)
  • n.耍花招;变戏法
  • Web耍把戏;耍弄;玩戏法
Simple Present:juggles  Present Participle:juggling  Past Tense:juggled  
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v.
1.
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玩杂耍(连续向空中抛接多个物体)to throw a set of three or more objects such as balls into the air and catch and throw them again quickly, one at a time
My uncle taught me to juggle.
我叔叔教我玩杂耍。
to juggle with balls
抛接球
I was juggling books, shopping bags and the baby(= I was trying to hold them all without dropping them) .
我手里又是书,又是购物袋,还抱着孩子,跟演杂技一样。
2.
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~ (sth) (with sth)
尽力同时应付(两个或更多的重要工作或活动)to try to deal with two or more important jobs or activities at the same time so that you can fit all of them into your life
Working mothers are used to juggling their jobs, their children's needs and their housework.
为人母的职业女性已经习惯了既要工作,又要照顾孩子,还得做家务。
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~ sth
有效地组织,有效利用(信息、数字、开支等)to organize information, figures, the money you spend, etc. in the most useful or effective way

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