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lurch

US [lɜrtʃ]
UK [lɜː(r)tʃ]
  • v.摇晃;倾斜;东倒西歪;(心脏或胃)突然跳动
  • n.突然倾斜;(突然感到)兴奋或失望
  • Web蹒跚;徘徊;举步蹒跚
Simple Present:lurches  Past Tense:lurched  Present Participle:lurching  
lurch
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v.
1.
[i]
(+ adv./prep.)
突然前倾(或向一侧倾斜)to make a sudden, unsteady movement forward or sideways
Suddenly the horse lurched to one side and the child fell off.
马突然歪向一边,小孩就摔了下来。
The man lurched drunkenly out of the pub.
那男人醉醺醺地踉跄着走出了酒吧。
Their relationship seems to lurch from one crisis to the next.
他们的关系好像坎坷不平,危机不断。
2.
[i]
(突然感到恐怖或激动时心或胃)猛地一跳(或动)if your heart or stomachlurches , you have a sudden feeling of fear or excitement
n.
1.
[ususing]
突然前倾(或向一侧倾斜)a sudden strong movement that moves you forward or sideways and nearly makes you lose your balance
The train gave a violent lurch.
火车突然向前猛动了一下。
His heart gave a lurch when he saw her.
他见到她时心怦然一跳。
IDM
leave sb in the lurch
(informal)
(在某人需要帮助时)弃之不顾to fail to help sb when they are relying on you to do so

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