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wangle

US [ˈwæŋɡ(ə)l]
UK ['wæŋɡ(ə)l]
  • n.诡计;哄骗;骗得的东西;伪造
  • v.把…弄到手;设法获得;搞
  • Web扭身挤出;使用诡计;骗取
Simple Present:wangles  Present Participle:wangling  Past Tense:wangled  
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v.
1.
把…弄到手;设法获得;搞to get sth that you or another person wants by persuading sb or by a clever plan
She had wangled an invitation to the opening night.
她弄到了一张首映之夜的请柬。
We should be able to wangle it so that you can start tomorrow.
我们应该能设法安排你明天启程。
He managed to wangle his way onto the course.
他终于设法修读了这一科目。
I'll try to wangle some money out of my parents.
我要设法从父母那里哄出些钱来。
He had wangled her a seat on the plane.
他为她弄到了一个飞机上的座位。

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