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swing

美 [swɪŋ]
英 [swɪŋ]
  • n.摆动;挥动;转动;强劲节奏
  • v.摇摆;纵身跃向;荡向;悬吊到
  • adj.摇摆乐的;悬挂的;(门等)可绕轴心旋转的;(在选举中)举足轻重的
  • 网络秋千;荡秋千;摇摆舞
第三人称单数:swings  现在分词:swinging  过去式:swung  
swing
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v.
摆动hang and move
1.
[i][t]
(使)摆动,摇摆,摇荡to move backwards or forwards or from side to side while hanging from a fixed point; to make sth do this
His arms swung as he walked.
他边走边摆着双臂。
As he pushed her, she swung higher and higher(= while sitting on a swing) .
随着他推她,她在秋千上越荡越高。
A set of keys swung from her belt.
她腰带上挂着的一串钥匙摆来摆去。
He sat on the stool, swinging his legs.
他坐在凳子上晃动着两条腿。
2.
[i][t]
纵身跃向;荡向;悬吊到to move from one place to another by holding sth that is fixed and pulling yourself along, up, etc.
The gunshot sent monkeys swinging away through the trees.
枪声一响,猴子纷纷在树丛中飞跃荡走。
He swung himself out of the car.
他纵身跳下车。
弧线运动move in curve
3.
[i][t]
(使)弧线运动,转弯,转动to move or make sth move with a wide curved movement
A line of cars swung out of the palace gates.
一队汽车拐出了宫门。
He swung his legs over the side of the bed.
他把两腿移过来放下床。
The door swung open.
门开了。
She swung the door open.
她把门推开。
迅速转向turn quickly
4.
[i][t]
(使)突然转向,突然转身to turn or change direction suddenly; to make sth do this
The bus swung sharply to the left.
公共汽车猛地拐向左边。
He swung the camera around to face the opposite direction.
他猛地将照相机转到相反的方向。
试图击中try to hit
5.
[i][t]
(挥动某物)朝…打去to try to hit sb/sth
She swung at me with the iron bar.
她挥着铁棍朝我打来。
He swung another punch in my direction.
他朝着我这边又挥了一拳。
改变意见╱情绪change opinion/mood
6.
[i][t]
(使)改变(意见、情绪等)to change or make sb/sth change from one opinion, mood, etc. to another
The state has swung from Republican to Democrat.
这个州原先支持共和党,现在倒向了民主党。
His emotions swung between fear and curiosity.
他时而害怕,时而好奇。
The game could swing either way(= either side could win it) .
这场比赛胜负未卜。
I managed to swing them round to my point of view.
我设法使他们转而接受了我的观点。
做;获得do/get sth
7.
[t]
(informal)
(有时略微不正当地)获得,搞到,办成to succeed in getting or achieving sth, sometimes in a slightly dishonest way
We're trying to swing it so that we can travel on the same flight.
我们正在想法子,好坐上同一个航班。
Is there any chance of you swinging us a couple of tickets?
你有没有可能帮我们弄几张票?
音乐of music
8.
[i]
有强劲的节奏;节奏感强to have a strong rhythm
聚会of party
9.
[i]
(informal)
热闹;令人开心if a party, etc.is swinging , there are a lot of people there having a good time
IDM
swing the balance
swing both ways
(informal)
双性恋;既喜欢异性也喜欢同性to be bisexual (= sexually attracted to both men and women)
entrepreneurs who think big and swing for the fences
志向高远、迎难而上的企业家
swing for the fences
全力一搏;迎难而上to really try to achieve sth great, even when it is not reasonable to expect to be so successful
entrepreneurs who think big and swing for the fences
志向高远、迎难而上的企业家
swing into action
立即行动起来;马上大干起来to start doing sth quickly and with a lot of energy
I don't think there's anything wrong with her─she's just swinging the lead.
我认为她没有什么病,只不过是在装病偷懒而已。
swing the lead
(informal)
装病偷懒to pretend to be ill/sick when in fact you are not, especially to avoid work
I don't think there's anything wrong with her─she's just swinging the lead.
我认为她没有什么病,只不过是在装病偷懒而已。
n.
运动movement
1.
[c]
摆动;挥动;转动;强劲节奏a swinging movement or rhythm
He took a wild swing at the ball.
他对准球猛地挥拍一击。
the swing of her hips
她臀部的扭动
意见;情绪of opinion/mood
2.
[c]
改变;改变的程度a change from one opinion or situation to another; the amount by which sth changes
He is liable to abrupt mood swings(= for example from being very happy to being very sad) .
他的情绪容易大起大落。
Voting showed a 10% swing to Labour.
投票显示 10% 的人转而支持工党。
秋千hanging seat
3.
[c]
秋千a seat for swinging on, hung from above on ropes or chains
The kids were playing on the swings.
孩子们在荡秋千。
高尔夫球in golf
4.
[sing]
挥杆动作the swinging movement you make with your arms and body when you hit the ball in the game of golf
I need to work on my swing.
我需要改进挥杆动作。
音乐music
5.
[u]
摇摆乐(流行于 20 世纪 30 年代)a type of jazz with a smooth rhythm, played especially by big dance bands in the 1930s
行程journey
6.
[sing]
(尤指从政者在多处逗留的)短期快速行程a quick journey, especially one made by a politician, in which sb visits several different places in a short time
a three-day campaign swing through California
为期三天的加利福尼亚巡回竞选旅程
IDM
get in/into the swing (of sth)
(informal)
熟悉(某种情况);融入(某种活动或环境之中)to get used to an activity or a situation and become fully involved in it
go with a swing
热闹有趣;气氛热烈to be lively and enjoyable
有强劲的节奏to have a strong rhythm
When we arrived the party was already in full swing.
我们赶到时,聚会已进入高潮。
in full swing
在热烈进行中;处于兴盛阶段having reached a very lively level
When we arrived the party was already in full swing.
我们赶到时,聚会已进入高潮。
If you earn more, you pay more in tax, so it's all swings and roundabouts.
赚的越多,缴的税也越多,所以有得必有失。
swings and roundabouts
(informal)
(表示无论如何决定都有利有弊)有得必有失used to say that there are advantages and disadvantages whatever decision you make
If you earn more, you pay more in tax, so it's all swings and roundabouts.
赚的越多,缴的税也越多,所以有得必有失。

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