toddle

US [ˈtɑd(ə)l]
UK [ˈtɒd(ə)l]
  • n.晃晃荡荡的步子;〈口〉一瘸一瘸走路的小孩;散步
  • v.蹒跚行走;步行;去
  • Web蹒跚学步;趔趄;婴儿学步
Simple Present:toddles  Present Participle:toddling  Past Tense:toddled  
Toddle
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1.
[i]
(幼儿学步时)摇摇摆摆地走,蹒跚行走when a young child who has just learnt to walktoddles , he/she walks with short, unsteady steps
2.
[i]
(informal)
+ adv./prep.
步行;去to walk or go somewhere
She toddles down to the park most afternoons.
多数下午她都溜达着去公园。
I locked the door and then toddled off to bed.
我锁上房门,然后就上床睡觉去了。

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