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limp

US [lɪmp]
UK [lɪmp]
  • v.跛行;蹒跚;瘸着走;(受损后)缓慢行进
  • n.跛行
  • adj.无力的;无生气的;无精神的;柔软的
  • Web一瘸一拐地走;易曲的
Comparative Degree:limper  Superlative:limpest  Simple Present:limps  Present Participle:limping  Past Tense:limped  
limp
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adj.
1.
无力的;无生气的;无精神的lacking strength or energy
His hand went limp and the knife clattered to the ground.
他的手一软,刀子当啷一声掉到地上。
She felt limp and exhausted.
她感到浑身无力,累极了。
2.
柔软的;不直挺的not stiff or firm
The hat had become limp and shapeless.
这帽子软得不成样子了。
v.
1.
[i]
瘸着走;跛行;蹒跚to walk slowly or with difficulty because one leg is injured
She had twisted her ankle and was limping.
她把脚踝扭伤了,一瘸一拐地走着。
Matt limped painfully off the field.
马特忍着痛歪歪斜斜地走出了运动场。
2.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
(受损后)缓慢行进,艰难地移动to move slowly or with difficulty after being damaged
The plane limped back to the airport.
飞机艰难地返回了机场。
The government was limping along in its usual way.
政府按老一套挣扎着应付。
n.
1.
[ususing]
跛行a way of walking in which one leg is used less than normal because it is injured or stiff
to walk with a slight/pronounced limp
有点╱明显地一瘸一拐地走

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