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shuffle

US [ˈʃʌf(ə)l]
UK ['ʃʌf(ə)l]
  • n.洗牌;拖着脚走;曳步舞
  • v.拖着脚走;(笨拙或尴尬地)把脚动来动去;坐立不安;洗(牌)
  • Web随机播放;搅乱;混合
Simple Present:shuffles  Present Participle:shuffling  Past Tense:shuffled  
shuffle
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v.
1.
[i]
+ adv./prep.
拖着脚走to walk slowly without lifting your feet completely off the ground
He shuffled across the room to the window.
他拖着脚走到房间那头的窗户跟前。
The line shuffled forward a little.
队列往前挪了挪。
2.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
(笨拙或尴尬地)把脚动来动去;坐立不安to move from one foot to another; to move your feet in an awkward or embarrassed way
Jenny shuffled her feet and blushed with shame.
珍妮来回倒换着脚,羞愧得脸红了。
3.
[t][i]
~ (sth)
洗(牌)to mix cards up in a pack/deck of playing cards before playing a game
Shuffle the cards and deal out seven to each player.
洗洗牌,然后给每人发七张。
4.
[t]
~ sth
把(纸张等)变换位置,打乱次序to move paper or things into different positions or a different order
I shuffled the documents on my desk.
我胡乱翻动桌上的文件。
n.
1.
拖着脚走a slow walk in which you take small steps and do not lift your feet completely off the ground
2.
洗牌the act of mixing cards before a card game
Give the cards a good shuffle.
把牌好好洗一洗。
3.
曳步舞a type of dancing in which you take small steps and do not lift your feet completely off the ground
IDM
Middle children tend to get lost in the shuffle.
排行居中的子女往往得不到充分的关注。
lose sb/sth in the shuffle
在混乱中没有注意到;忽略;遗失to not notice sb/sth or pay attention to sb/sth because of a confusing situation
Middle children tend to get lost in the shuffle.
排行居中的子女往往得不到充分的关注。
I put the iPod on shuffle and hit play.
我把 iPod 设置成随机播放,然后按播放键。
on shuffle
随机播放not in any special order
I put the iPod on shuffle and hit play.
我把 iPod 设置成随机播放,然后按播放键。

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